Vivo has just announced the Vivo Y27 4G. The device brings both the looks and specs of the Y27 5G but with a different CPU and a notably faster battery charging speed.

The Vivo Y27 4G is obviously not trying to be too much. It’s not the fastest or the most feature-packed smartphone on the market, but it does offer a few things that make it stand out: a decent battery, faster charger speed, and an affordable price tag.

The Y27 4G is powered by the Mediatek Helio G85 CPU, which is a mid-range chip that’s capable of handling most everyday tasks. It’s not going to set any speed records, but it’s not going to slow you down either.

The phone has a 6.64-inch IPS LCD display with a 1080 x 2388 pixels resolution., just like it 5G counterpart. The display is bright and clear, and it has a dewdrop notch on the head, where the phone’s selfie camera is kept.

Talking about camera, the Y27 4G is got a dual camera system on the rear, pioneered by a 50 megapixels main lens. There’s also a 2MP depth sensor for portrait shots, while a single 8 megapixels lens is held on the front.

The real star of the show is the battery; not the actual battery capacity, but mainly the charging speed. The Y27 4G has a 5000mAh battery, and it is paired with a 44W fast charger.

Key Specifications and Features

  • Display: 6.64-inch IPS LCD display with a 1080 x 2388 pixels resolution.
  • Processor: Mediatek Helio G85 CPU.
  • RAM: 6GB.
  • Storage: 128GB.
  • Rear camera: 50MP + 2MP dual-camera system.
  • Front-facing camera: 8MP.
  • Battery: 5000mAh battery with 44W fast charging.
  • Operating system:¬†Android 13 with Funtouch OS 13

Pricing and Availability

The Vivo Y27 4G is already listed on the company’s Malaysian website. It is available in Burgundy Black and Sea Blue, and price at 699 Malaysian Ringgits, an equivalent of about $154 USD.


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