Vivo T1 5G is a lower mid-range phone that has been reintroduced in two different chipset variants. And Vivo just re-released it with yet another chip. The third iteration of the Vivo T1 5G dropped in Indonesia over the weekend. And it might be rolled out to new markets soon.
MediaTek Dimensity 810 is at the heart of Vivo T1 5G. It’s a power-efficient 6nm TSMC chip. It features boosted performance and broader 5G coverage. Plus, a new HyperEngine makes the gameplay smoother, even for intensive, resource-hungry titles. The chip is hooked up to a beefy 5000 mAh battery.
The T1 5G charges with an 18W power brick. A cooling system keeps the phone from throttling. You get 4GB/8GB of memory and 128GB of internal storage. And the latest Android 12 x FunTouchOS 12 runs on it
Next, we’re looking at a notched screen on the new Vivo T Mobile (typical of mid-range Vivo phones.) It’s a 6.58” IPS LCD that peaks at 1080P resolution and fills a 90.6% screen-to-body ratio. The camera embedded in its notch is a 16MP shooter. Vivo has merged the power button with a thumbprint scanner for convenient unlocking.
The rear camera is a cluster of 50MP wide, 2MP portrait, and 2MP macro shooters. You can pick the Vivo T1 5G in Rainbow Fantasy and Starlight Black colors. The base model starts from IDR 2,999,000 ( ~ Rs. 38,000.)