Vivo brings in 6GB variant of Y51A with 48MP rear camera, Ultra Stable Video

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Vivo has now come up with the 6GB variant of Y51A that was launched in India in January this year. Packed with a 5,000mAh battery and 18W fast charger, the Vivo Y51A promises an unstoppable smartphone experience coupled with reverse charging feature which charges your other devices when you are on the move.

Priced at Rs 16,990 for the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant which is expandable up to 1TB, the Vivo Y51A is available for purchase in two colour options- Titanium Sapphire and Crystal Symphony on Vivo India e-store.

With 48MP rear camera, the Y51A smartphone is equipped to capture your cherished moments with advanced photo processing algorithms, enabling you to get ultra-clear shots anytime. Paired with Qualcomm Snapdragon 6-series processor, the Vivo Y51A features Super Night Selfie that uses Aura Screen Light and a noise cancellation algorithm to capture sharp images in low light conditions. The handset also features Ultra Stable Video that corrects unstable movements and is capable of taking videos in any setting.

The Vivo Y51A is designed to provide wide and immersive view while streaming on a 16.71 cm (6.58) Halo FullView display with FHD+ (2408×1080) resolution that also filters out harmful blue light to prevent eye strain. It has a side fingerprint scanner that integrates the fingerprint scanner with the power button making unlocking effortless. Alternatively, the Face Wake feature unlocks the device in split seconds as soon as you pick up the device.

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