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Vivo Y30 launches in Pakistan with quad-camera

Vivo Y30

Vivo is known for bringing the latest innovations in Pakistan with its V-series, however, this time the company has included the Y-series to its journey of innovation as well. 

Vivo Y30 features a 6.47-inch display that offers beholders a stunning visual feast. The screen-to-body ratio reaches 90.7%, with an impressive aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and HD+ resolution.

To bring it one step closer to perfection, the company customized many app interfaces to seamlessly integrate with the display. And for visual comfort, the Eye Protection mode adjusts the display’s colors to reduce blue light and relieve eye strain.

Awe-inspiring 3D Design

The Y30’s body is elegant and refined – down to the last detail. Delicate 3D curves are cleverly designed to seamlessly vanish into the sleek lines of the side panels.

The Emerald Black edition blends a whisper of gemstone-green into the deep black. And Moonstone White takes on the warmth of the mother pearl, showcasing taste and poise.

AI Quad Camera

The handset gives you four rear cameras stacked in a uniquely compact structure. 13MP Main Camera, 8MP Super Wide-Angle Camera, 2MP Super-Macro Camera, and 2MP Bokeh Camera work together seamlessly, putting pro-standard masterpieces at your fingertips. On the front side, the phone offers you an 8MP lens for clicking beautiful selfies.


Vivo Y30 has a fingerprint sensor at the back for security reasons and it is fueled by a 5000mAh battery which keeps the phone running for longer.

Pricing and availability:

The phone is now available in Pakistan for Rs. 27,999 (4GB+64GB) with a one-year official warranty and it comes in two color options namely Emerald Black and Moonstone White. There will be another version with 128GB internal storage which will be available from next week.

Written by Sumaira Mudassar

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