The Vivo T2x that leaked on a large-scale last week arrived today, and it’s a new phone. The device comes with a Dimensity 1300 chipset and a large battery, according to the scrolls.
A Y33e phone has been unveiled, which has half the RAM and slower charging than the Y33s 5G.
Vivo’s T2x features the first Mediatek chipset in its phone lineup, which provides a 3.0 GHz CPU and Mali-G77 graphics. Vivo has kept its front-facing camera traditional – the notch features an 8MP camera with a waterdrop aperture. The device has a 6.58″ LCD with Full HD+ resolution.
A 50MP primary camera and a 2MP macro camera are on the back of the phone.
Touch sampling is supported at 240Hz on the screen. It has a 144Hz refresh rate. The Vivo T1x only supported 120Hz, so these two features are improved. Additionally, the battery capacity has been increased to 6,000 mAh, and fast charging remains at 44W.
Vivo T2x comes with an 8/128 GB memory option for CNY1,599 ($240) or an 8/256 GB memory option for CNY1,799 ($270). There’s already a pre-order up; shipping starts June 6. It’ll come in black and blue colour options.
Although a few minor changes over the Vivo Y33s, the Y33e is technically a new phone. There are no differences in spec between the two phones. They both use Dimensity 700 chipsets and come with 13MP + 2MP cameras, but the new phone only offers 4GB RAM and 128GB of storage.