Vivo announced a new phone in Nepal i.e Vivo Y91i through their official Facebook page. Few months before we were hearing rumors on Vivo Y95 and Y91i. But, among those two finally, Y91i has arrived in Nepal. However, rumors of Vivo Y91i is fulfilled. So, today we will list out Vivo Y91i price in Nepal with full specifications, its features, and comparisons.
We also have news related to Vivo Next Month launch in Nepal. They are planning to bring Vivo Y91 and Y95 in Nepal in Next Month. Hence, the people who love Vivo phones will get a chance to choose between 3 New phones.
Firstly, Vivo Y91i comes with HD+ 6.22 inch IPS LCD display. we can see a tiny teardrop-shaped notch on top of it. Secondly, Vivo Y91i is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 SoC. This processor is powered with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage.
In terms of cameras, this phone sports a dual 12MP f/2.2 primary sensor which is combined with a 2 MP, f/2.4 depth sensor at the rear. while on the front, there is a small 8 MP f/2.0 selfie camera fitted perfectly on a notch. Unlike some other budget phones, Vivo Y91i has regular fingerprint sensor at the rear side.
Similarly, Vivo Y91i is powered by massive 4030 mAh battery. Same battery size is provided on Y95. However, Vivo Y91i has a micro USB port which is just outdated in 2019. Nowadays all phones come with USB Type-C.
The Display size of the phone is6.22-inch IPS LCD (720*1520). It comes with Qualcomm SDM439 Snapdragon 439 (12 nm) Chipset. Likewise, CPU is Octa-core (2×1.95 GHz Cortex-A53 & 6×1.45 GHz Cortex A53) powered by GPU Adreno 505. Vivo Y91i comes with 16GB internal storage which is expandable up to 256GB using MicroSD Card. Coming to RAM, it’s just 2GB. The operating system is Funtouch OS 4.5 based on Android 8.1 (Oreo). Similarly, Primary Camera is Dual 13 MP, f/2.2, PDAF; and 2 MP, f/2.4, for depth sensor. This phone has Secondary Camera of 8 MP, f/2.0 for shooting selfies. likewise, it has some sensors like Fingerprint sensor, Face unlock, accelerometer, proximity, and compass etc.
According to Vivo Nepal official facebook page. the price of Y91i is Rs. 20,990 in Nepal. However, I think this is overpriced for this low specifications phone. on the same price range, you can buy Samsung M20. Samsung M series phones are far better than this phone.
Vivo Y91i looks similar to Vivo Y95 in design. I like the design very much because Vivo provides came care to design that we get in most expensive phones. But the price of this phone is really high. Because of Vivo’s displays just good enough for average users. The Snapdragon 439 is not a powerful chipset. However, it can handle calling and texting pretty well. According to me for the 21K price, there are phones with a better processor like the Samsung Galaxy M20, or Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite.
Some Apps like Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube will run well but you can forget about gaming. Even you cannot do intensive multitasking because 2GB RAM will not handle multitasking nowadays. Similarly, The 16GB internal storage also not enough for the smartphone in 2019.
This phone even doesn’t have Android Pie in 2019. whereas, Android Q preview is already out there for pixels phones. It comes with Android Version 8.1 i.e Oreo with Funtouch OS 4.5 skin on top of it.
Vivo has brought this phone with a fingerprint sensor at the rear side. The camera is also not enough good in this price range. However, selfie camera is just fine to take photos with beautify features.
One thing that we appreciate in Vivo Y91i is phone battery. The battery option on this phone is extremely huge. Definitely, Batter will last longer. Even on heavy use, it should last full day with no complaints. If your priority is on Battery then Y91i may suit you.
By the way, we don’t mean this phone is a bad phone by any means. we only want to make clear is Vivo’s pricing is just hilarious at this specifications. This phone is just overpriced at this specs because we already have better specs phone on market at this price range. If Vivo doesn’t drop its price issues, it won’t be able to gain support in 2019 in Nepal.