vivo Y76 5G unveiled with 50MP camera, 44W charging, and Dimensity 700 SoC

Vivo is a popular Chinese smartphone manufacturer known for making great smartphones from the entry-level tier to the high-end tier at a relatively affordable price. Recently, Vivo launched the vivo Y76s 5G and now, they have launched the vanilla version, the vivo Y76 5G. In this article, we’ll go through the vivo Y76 5G specs and price. Without further ado, let’s get right into it.


Vivo Y76 5G Price and Availability

The vivo Y76 5G is priced at RM 1,299 which is equivalent to $310 or €275 at present rates. It will be available for purchase in Malaysia via vivo’s official website. For now, there’s no word on international availability.


Vivo Y76 5G Specs

Upfront, the vivo Y76 5G sports a fairly large 6.58 inches IPS LCD display that has a FHD+ resolution with 460 nits of typical brightness and 96% NTSC color gamut coverage. It has a little waterdrop notch at the top with minimal bezels around the sides.
The phone comes in a nice body that is sleek, slim, and lightweight, it is available in two colors: Cosmic Aurora and Midnight Space.


Under the hood, the vivo Y76 5G draws its power from the MediaTek Dimensity 700 5G SoC coupled with the Mali G57 MC2 GPU. It comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage with micro SD card support. The RAM can be increased by up to 4GB using vivo’s Extended RAM technology. The phone comes running on Android 11 with Funtouch OS 12 skin on top.


The camera on this phone is good enough, the vivo Y76 5G comes with a triple rear setup that features a 50MP main camera alongside two 2MP macro and depth cameras. On the front, is a 16MP selfie camera tucked in the waterdrop notch.


Backing the vivo Y76 5G is a fairly huge 4,100 mAh non-removable Li-Po battery that has support for 44W fast charging via its USB-C port. Vivo says the phone will charge from flat to 70% in 32 minutes.
As for connectivity, it comes with dual-band Wi-Fi 5, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, and OTG. It still has the legendary 3.5 mm audio jack which many new mid-rangers are ditching.

Join 20K Subscribers

* indicates required

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here