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Vivo Y200 Pro 5G: One Of Those You May Skip

Vivo Y200 Pro 5G has launched in India with a Snapdragon 695 5G under the hood and we think you should skip it. Here’s why.

Vivo has debuted a new smartphone in India under its Y-series portfolio, called Vivo Y200 Pro 5G. The new lower-end mid-range smartphone is powered by a Snapdragon 695 processor and gets an AMOLED display, 44W fast charging support and more for price tag below Rs 25,000. One of its strongest competitors, the Infinix GT 20 Pro, also launched today at the same price point and puts the Vivo device to shame. We’ll tell you how.

Vivo Y200 Pro 5G: Price, Availability

The Y200 Pro 5G will be available in two colours – Silk Green and Silk Black. Priced at Rs 24,999, the Y200 Pro 5G will have a single 8GB+128GB storage variant and will be available for purchase starting today (May 21) across Flipkart, vivo India e-Store, and all partner retail stores.

Consumers purchasing the smartphone using SBI Card, IDFC First Bank, IndusInd Bank, and Federal Bank among others can receive an instant cashback of Rs 2500, or avail of the option of owing the Y200 Pro 5G at Rs 45 per day (Rs 1,395/month), along with additional benefits such as V-Shield protection.

Vivo Y200 Pro 5G: Why Skip It?

The Vivo Y200 Pro 5G may look like a value-for-money offering but the game changes once competitors start stepping in. The Vivo Y200 Pro 5G sports a 6.78-inch AMOLED curved display with resolution, a 120 refresh rate, and SGS Low Blue Light Eye Care feature. It supports 1300 nits peak brightness and P3 colour gamut.

In comparison, the latest Infinix GT 20 Pro gets a 6.78-inch full-HD+ LTPS AMOLED Display with a 144Hz refresh rate, 1300 nits peak brightness, 2304Hz PWM frequency, 100% DCI-P3 colour gamut, and up to 360Hz touch sampling rate. The display gets a hole punch cutout at the center and also a dedicated Pixelworks X5 Turbo visual processor.

The panel on Infinix’s device is not only smoother but is also more advanced, thanks to the dedicated display chip which can convert SDR to HDR and upscale frame rate in games. If you don’t prefer a flat display, the Motorola 50 Fusion also sports a curved display like the Vivo handset but with a higher 144Hz as well as higher brightness at 1600 nits.

The Vivo handset is powered by the Snapdragon 695 5G processor paired with LPDDR4x and 2.2 storage. In comparison, Infinix GT 20 Pro not only offers higher 256GB storage at a lower price, but is also much faster as its a UFS 3.1 module. It also gets faster LPDDR5x RAM. The Infinix handset has the Dimensity 8200 Ultimate chip under the hood that’s far more powerful and capable than the Snapdragon 695.

As for the cameras, the Y200 Pro 5G has a primary 64MP f/1.79 sensor at the back, paired with a 2MP bokeh sensor. There’s a 16MP f/2.45 sensor on the front. On the other hand, there is a triple rear camera system on the Infinix handset consisting of a 108-megapixel f/1.75 Samsung ISOCELL HM6 main camera. The other two Sensors include a 2-megapixel macro camera and a 2-megapixel depth camera. It comes with a 32-megapixel f/2.2 front-facing camera.

While both of them do not have an ultra-wide angle sensor, the main rear sensor is better on the GT 20 Pro considering the on-paper specs. Both of them have a 5000mAh battery with Vivo supporting 44W charging and Infinix supporting 45W fast charging. The Infinix handset has while Vivo Y200 Pro 5G doesn’t support it.

As it can be clearly seen, the Infinix GT 20 Pro is better than Vivo’s handset in all the ways possible. The Vivo device is not only underpowered but also loses out on features which the GT 20 Pro has, that easily up-levels the experience making it smoother and more enjoyable.

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