Vivo Y55 now official in PH, first impressions, camera samples, benchmarks, price

We never expected that Vivo Philippines will bring this particular handset in the country as they recently revealed the Vivo Y55.




Vivo Y55 is their first smartphone in PH with Funtouch 2.6 OS based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor plus 5.2 inch IPS HD display, 8 MP rear cam with flash, 5 MP front cam, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, LTE, dual SIM (1 micro, 1 nano), micro SD slot, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, OTG capable and 2,650 mAh non removable battery.


Time for my first impressions.

The front and back views of the phone.


The left side accomodates the dual SIM tray and what you saw in their latest FB page teaser, the volume rocker and power/unlock button at the right section.


At the top, you can see the 3.5 mm audio jack and micro SD tray while at the bottom, you can check the pin hole microphone, OTG capable micro USB port and single speaker.


As we already now about the new version of Funtouch OS so I checked the 2 of most used apps in a smartphone, phone and SMS.


The camera has pro mode inside but not as much options inside including that up to (only)  1 second of shutter speed. There are 6 more camera modes to choose.


On sensors, it has 7 out of 9 working sensors. A bit weird that the gyro sensor is not that reactive on Android Sensor Box app but it was fine when I installed Google Cardboard for further evaluation. The internal storage was supplied from Samsung. Happy that I saw 10 point multi touch and the glimpse of Funtouch 2.6 OS. Not in photo but when I ran the Antutu Benchmark app, the phone gave a score of over 42,400.


I brought out some camera samples too. The main camera has f/2.0 aperture while the selfie cam has f/2.2 . The camera quality is good for well lit area but due to that number of MPs, I saw some noise when I tried it on low light on both photo and video at HD output in default. I am more impressed at the secondary shooter.


Vivo Y55 8 MP rear camera sample


Vivo Y55 5 MP front camera sample

As an addition, the built and 142 grams in weight is quite impressive for the SRP of Php 7,990 which has the most competitive Vivo pricing so far. The downside that I saw so far is the 1 ampere output charger.

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October 14, 2016

Vivo Y55 now official in PH, first impressions, camera samples, benchmarks, price

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We never expected that Vivo Philippines will bring this particular handset in the country as they recently revealed the Vivo Y55.




Vivo Y55 is their first smartphone in PH with Funtouch 2.6 OS based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor plus 5.2 inch IPS HD display, 8 MP rear cam with flash, 5 MP front cam, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, LTE, dual SIM (1 micro, 1 nano), micro SD slot, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, OTG capable and 2,650 mAh non removable battery.


Time for my first impressions.

The front and back views of the phone.


The left side accomodates the dual SIM tray and what you saw in their latest FB page teaser, the volume rocker and power/unlock button at the right section.


At the top, you can see the 3.5 mm audio jack and micro SD tray while at the bottom, you can check the pin hole microphone, OTG capable micro USB port and single speaker.


As we already now about the new version of Funtouch OS so I checked the 2 of most used apps in a smartphone, phone and SMS.


The camera has pro mode inside but not as much options inside including that up to (only)  1 second of shutter speed. There are 6 more camera modes to choose.


On sensors, it has 7 out of 9 working sensors. A bit weird that the gyro sensor is not that reactive on Android Sensor Box app but it was fine when I installed Google Cardboard for further evaluation. The internal storage was supplied from Samsung. Happy that I saw 10 point multi touch and the glimpse of Funtouch 2.6 OS. Not in photo but when I ran the Antutu Benchmark app, the phone gave a score of over 42,400.


I brought out some camera samples too. The main camera has f/2.0 aperture while the selfie cam has f/2.2 . The camera quality is good for well lit area but due to that number of MPs, I saw some noise when I tried it on low light on both photo and video at HD output in default. I am more impressed at the secondary shooter.


Vivo Y55 8 MP rear camera sample


Vivo Y55 5 MP front camera sample

As an addition, the built and 142 grams in weight is quite impressive for the SRP of Php 7,990 which has the most competitive Vivo pricing so far. The downside that I saw so far is the 1 ampere output charger.

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