Another notable difference between the vivo Y78 and Y78+ is that the former is built around a 6.64" FullHD+ 120Hz LCD, while the latter packs a 6.78" FullHD+ 120Hz curved AMOLED display with a fingerprint reader underneath for biometric authentication. The vanilla model features a side-mounted solution instead.
Also, while both smartphones pack 5,000 mAh batteries with 44W wired charging, the vivo Y78 is actually thicker and heavier (190g vs. 177g) than the Plus version. It's also worth mentioning that the 50MP primary camera on the Y78+ has OIS, which the Y78's 50MP unit doesn't have. Regardless, the primary camera on both smartphones is joined by 2MP depth units, with the selfie camera on the front using an 8MP sensor.
The vivo Y78, like the Y78+, runs Android 13-based OriginOS 3 out of the box. It also features a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack and has Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity instead of 5.1.
The vivo Y78 is offered in three colors and three memory configurations - 8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB, and 12GB/256GB priced at CNY1,399 ($200/€185/INR16,570), CNY1,699 ($245/€225/INR20,120), and CNY1,999 ($290/€265/INR23,675), respectively. It will go on sale in China starting May 13 through vivo's official Chinese website, but we are still waiting to hear about its availability in other markets.
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I think ill just get y36 5g instead of this, theres prob no chance of this phone entering my country lol
No its not, its just their new way to rename all the old chipset. Also the older flagships like dimensity 1200 1300 1100 is renamed to around dimensity 8xxx to stop the confusion lol You wont even see dimensity chipsets still being called dimens...
Lol so theyre finally migrating to punch hole slowly, thats not a bad thing i guess since the lower bezel doesnt look too thick