Introducing Vivo’s thousand-face smartphone, this time with the name Y33T


Introducing Vivo’s thousand-face smartphone, this time with the name Y33T

Introducing Vivo’s thousand-face smartphone, this time with the name Y33T

News unit EMGblog.com: Y series smartphones – with acceptable specifications and prices Appropriate – have played an important role in expanding the business of vivo inside and outside of China. Only two days after the launch of the phone Y21T In Indonesia (on the first day of 2022), Vivo will launch a slightly different version of the phone with the same name on January 3 (13th) for the Indian market introduced. Recently, on Monday, January 10, 2022 (20 December 1400), we learned that this Chinese company has decided to relaunch it in India with a different name by applying some other changes to this phone. This new product is called vivo Y33T and compared to the Indian version Y21T, it has It has more RAM and a stronger selfie camera, but the display refresh rate is lower.

Smartphone vivo Y33T has It is a plastic body that is produced in black (Mirror Black) and a color combination of blue and elements of orange – known as Midday Dream. According to the manufacturer, the double layer coating technique has been used in the design of the black model. A layer of liquid crystal is also used in the construction of the back frame of the Midday Dream model. Y33T is designed in dimensions of 8.00 x 76.08 x 164.26 mm and weighs about 182 grams.

The 6.58-inch screen of this phone consists of LCD panels and its resolution is FHD+ (equivalent to 1080×2408 pixels). The screen-to-body ratio of the phone is 90.6% and according to Vivo, this display has 96% of the color spectrum. Covers NTSC. Vivo had used a display with a 90Hz refresh rate in the Indian version of the Y21T, but apparently this rate has been reduced to 60Hz in the Y33T. Needless to say, by activating the eye protection mode, the blue light is partially filtered and the damage to the user’s eyes is minimized.

chip Snapdragon 680 is in charge of processing this phone. The chipset – made with 6nm lithography – consists of 4 2.4 GHz Cortex-A73 cores and 4 1.8 GHz Cortex-A53 cores, and its GPU is Adreno 610. 8 GB of RAM (of LPDDR4x type) is expected for Y33T, which can be added up to 4 GB of free internal memory thanks to Extended RAM 2.0. The phone’s internal memory is also 128 GB (of UFS 2.1 type), which can be upgraded to another 1 TB due to the presence of a dedicated microSD slot. For comparison, the Indian version of the Y21T only had 4GB of RAM.

The optics of the Y33T consists of a 50-megapixel main camera with an aperture of f/1.8 and two depth and macro cameras (each with a resolution of 2 megapixels and an aperture of f/2.4). One of the features of the main camera can be mentioned the night mode or Super Night Mode. According to Vivo, the algorithm used in this mode is equipped with the latest noise reduction technology at the RAW level, and by merging several frames into a single frame, it can produce better quality images at night. Portrait mode, time-lapse photography, panorama mode, live photo, professional mode, slow motion and document photography are other features of this camera. Not to mention, a selfie camera – 16-megapixel resolution and f/2.0 aperture – is also embedded in the waterdrop notch above the display. Meanwhile, in the Indian version of Y21T, an 8-megapixel front camera with f/1.8 aperture was used.

The battery capacity of this new phone is announced to be 5,000 mAh and it supports 18W charging standard. Due to the support of reverse charging, by connecting an OTG cable, you can also charge the battery of other devices using the Y33T. It should be noted that a function called VEG (abbreviated as vivo Energy Guardian) is active in Y33T, which, according to the manufacturer’s claim, plays a significant role in optimizing consumption in this device.

The manufacturer did not mention the Android version of the phone, but you can He guessed here, like Y21T from Android 11 is used. Vivo’s proprietary skin – i.e. Funtouch OS 12 – is active here and various software features including Multi- Turbo 5.0 includes a game mode called Ultra Game Mode and a video editor based on artificial intelligence called AI Editor.

Y33T is a nano type dual SIM phone Two dedicated slots are provided for these SIM cards. Given the lack of a 5G modem in the Snapdragon 680 chip, we’re dealing with a 4G phone here. Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C port and Galileo, Beidou, GLONASS, GPS and QZSS routers are other communication options of this device. Not to mention, Y33T’s fingerprint sensor is embedded on the edge of the device and face recognition (Face Wake) is another way to authenticate the user in this phone.

Smartphone vivo Y33T has been produced in only one configuration (8GB/128GB) and its sale in India has officially started on January 10 (December 20). The price of this product is 18,990 Indian rupees, which is approximately equal to 255 US dollars at the current exchange rate.

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