The Basics On The RM1,299 Vivo Y77 5G That Is Coming To Malaysia

The Vivo Y77 5G has a 50MP camera, 256GB of storage, 8GB of memory, and an affordable price tag.
(credit: vivo)

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The vivo Y77 5G will be available on store shelves in Malaysia soon. Let’s cut through all the marketing and dig into what matters. 

What’s On The Outside

A 6.58-inch FHD+ display is what you’re going to be looking at if you get a vivo Y77 5G. It has the blue light eye protection feature but surprisingly doesn’t boast a high refresh rate or increased touch refresh rate either. 

The device measures approximately 164mm high, 75.8cm wide, and 8.25mm thick. It weighs 194g.

The vivo Y77 5G comes in Starlight Black and Glowing Galaxy.

(credit: vivo)

What’s Inside

The specifications look average and are good enough for most users. Its processor is a Mediatek Dimensity 810 with 8GB of memory and 258GB of storage (expandable to 1 TB). 

Powering the device is a 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging. Comparatively, it is a standard-sized battery that charges slightly faster. 

The Camera

There are three cameras. Two at the back and one for selfies. 

The main camera is a 50MP sensor with an f1/8 lens and the secondary is a 2MP sensor with a macro lens that has a focal point of 4cm, 1cm away from being excellent. At the front is a 16MP sensor.

Like most of its contemporaries, Vivo touts that all their cameras feature software enhancements; we’ll have to test it ourselves to see how good it is. 

(credit: vivo)

Price and Availability

The vivo Y77 5G is priced at RM1,299 and is available for pre-order at vivo Malaysia’s official E-store, and vivo Malaysia’s official flagship store on Shopee and Lazada.

Pre-order the vivo Y77 5G from 8 to 15 July and get gratitude gifts which include vouchers from Hisense, Rever, and Gravastar; a Foomee TWS (wireless earbuds); a 1-year extended warranty; and 1-year screen protection.

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