Until its official advent in Italy, the company was alive poco chat from technology blogs, but now there is a lot to tell because the Asian brand has started a real surge in terms of production of new devices to be offered both to the Chinese and international market. On our channel we have seen the models closely with relative reviews Y70, Y20s e X51 5G, all with unanimous judgment on the quality of the products and how much alive it has to offer to the market.
So here comes the new vivo Y31 mid range which seems to offer functions until now dedicated only to the high end of the market.
The design of the device is nothing innovative and reflects what has already been seen in the same range of belonging, but the company seems to have refined the small details of the case, such as the frames that surround the display that are not pronounced at all, not even in the the upper part where we find the classic drop notch that houses a 16 MP selfie camera. The display is a 6,58-inch IPS LCD technology panel with Full HD + resolution, not always as obvious as it seems. The rear photographic compartment that winks at its older brother X51 5G is pretty, offering a triple optics with 48 MP main sensor accompanied by two 2 MP sensors for macro and depth of field.
vivo Y31 is the new mid-range with reverse charging and Snapdragon 662
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 31 SoC takes care of giving liveliness to the Y662, which keeps company with 6 GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory expandable via micro SD. Proprietary system interface, or FunTouch OS 11 based on Android 11, really not bad for all those who are attentive to these "trifles". Another gem is represented by the battery, a 5000 mAh unit with 18 W fast charging support that also offers the reverse charging function, by means of USB Type-C input.
Security is entrusted to a fingerprint sensor placed on the side frame while in terms of connectivity there is the 3,5mm audio jack. Vivo Y31 is available in two colors, Racing Black and Ocean Blue, at a price of about 185 euros. at the exchange rate, at the moment for the Indian market, but as we all know India often leads the way for the European market, so we look forward to it.