Get This Notch Display-Bearing Vivo Y81 for Under P10,000

Vivo unveiled in Manila a new handset under the brand Y’s series – the Vivo Y81. It touts the new phone will bear the ‘notch’.


So what are the features Vivo’s unleashing in this phone? For one, Vivo’s thumbprint specs are omnipresent in all their products, so it’s a check here.

Vivo Y81 sports a 13-megapixel rear camera, which is an absolute must for selfie lovers especially because of its the AI Face Beauty feature, that is complemented by PDAF technology. When all these features are combined, users will get flawless but natural-looking shots.

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Face Unlock feature is also added, which is another highlight.

Then the Y81 is loaded with ample 32 GB of storage.

Game aficionado? There’s a 3GB RAM and a Game Mode feature packed in the Y81, which allows for smooth and uninterrupted game play.

But the Vivo Y81’s 6.22-inch notch display is the real spotlight stealer here. You ask why? Here’s what Vivo says this is for:

What does the notch really do and why the clamor for it? Smartphone experts swear by its advantages such as adding to a display’s usable space and maximizing screen area minus the need to compromise the essential features such as the front camera, sensors, receiver speaker, and LED indicator. A notch also allows for a smaller smartphone models to carry a larger display panel.


Running at an HD resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels, the Y81 boasts of a 19:9 FullView Display with a screen to body ratio of the Y81 is 88%, which means that the phone offers 15.5% more screen view than its counterparts with a 16:9 aspect ratio.

To top it all off, the display is a well-protected by Corning Gorilla glass shield.

The Vivo Y81 is available in colors black and red at only Php 9,999.00, relatively easy on the pocket for a notch display phone of its kind in the market.


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