Vivo, a renowned Chinese smartphone manufacturer, has unveiled the Vivo T1 Pro 5G smartphone to compete in the mid-range smartphone market. The first impression of the T1 Pro is favourable, and the camera output seems to be of high quality. Here is a comprehensive evaluation of the latest Vivo smartphone in order to address the aforementioned question and assist you in deciding whether or not to purchase the brand-new Vivo device.
Key Features of Vivo T1 Pro 5G
Starting with the design, you will be blown away by the Vivo T1 Pro's stunning appearance as soon as you take it out of the box. Despite its regular gradient blue colour, the Vivo T1 Pro 5G enters the ranks of attractive phones. The phone's back panel has a gleaming finish that shimmers in the light, giving it a funky appearance.
A large and bold camera module rests proudly on the back cover, coupled with an LED flash. The phone is made of plastic, yet it is dust and scratch-resistant, giving it a nice and tidy appearance.
The phone features curved corners and a matte finish, making it comfortable to use. The phone is small and portable, which will appeal to you if you are not a huge lover of large phones. The phone comes in two colours: Turbo Black and Cyan Tide, and the Cyan Tide one.
On the right side of the smartphone, there is a power button and a volume rocker, whereas the left side has nothing. The sensor is rather sensitive, and you can unlock the smartphone using face recognition or an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The phone's SIM slot is located on the bottom, along with a speaker grille and a USB Type-C connector. There is no 3.5 mm audio jack on the phone. Despite its 4700 mAh battery, the phone is extremely small and comfortable to hold.
The T1 Pro 5G has a 6.44inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a respectable 90 Hz refresh rate. A greater refresh rate of 120HZ may have been provided by the mobile phone carrier. The display is smooth and responsive, making it ideal for playing high-octane games and for viewing movies and video content on your phone. It has excellent colours, sharpness, and brightness.
The display boasts a great 20:9 aspect ratio and a DCI P3 colour gamut of 100%. On top of that, the phone features an SGS Eye Care Display certification, which means you can binge-watch for hours without straining your eyes.
On the back, the Vivo T1 Pro 5G has a triple camera configuration with a 64-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 2-megapixel macro lens. A 16-megapixel camera is available for selfies.
The 64-megapixel main camera excels at capturing fine details and has a wide dynamic range. Its big f/1.79 aperture delivers plenty of details even in low-light situations. A Super Night Mode denoises photos while adding light softly to nighttime photographs.
The 8MP ultra-wide camera is also rather good. It has a 117-degree field of vision. However, it produces soft details, and there is a colour shift in photographs taken by ultra-wide cameras compared to those taken by standard cameras.
In terms of selfie cameras, skin colour reproduction might be better. Panorama mode, portrait mode, and Slow-mo are just a few of the features that make the phone a good choice for social content makers. In portrait mode, you may experiment with various filters and styles to spice up your social media postings. The image quality is excellent while utilising the Full Zoom option.
A Snapdragon 778G 5G octa-core processor with Kryo 670 CPU cores powers the phone. Despite being a year old, it's an energy-efficient CPU capable of extending the 4700mAh battery's life and providing well-optimised performance.
The same A73 5G CPU can be found in the iQOO Z6 Pro. It performs well in everyday tasks and most games run at high visual settings. You will have no problems playing BGMI and Call of Duty for a few minutes.
The gadget has Ultra Game Mode, as well as a calibrated Z-axis linear motor and 4D Game Vibration for a more immersive gaming experience. You can also use picture and video editing software like Canva, which worked well.
You can enjoy binge-watching web series and movies since there was no latency even after many hours of use. The gadget also holds true to its boast of having 8 layers of liquid cooling since it never got hot. It is undoubtedly one of the greatest processors in this price range.
A large 4700mAh battery powers the phone. It provides an excellent battery backup of up to a day on a single charge based on my typical activity, which includes accessing the internet, viewing movies or films, attending calls or video chats, browsing social networking applications, and playing games.
Not only that, but the Vivo T1 Pro comes with 66W FlashCharge technology, which allows you to charge your smartphone to 50% in only 25 minutes.
Price of Vivo T1 Pro 5G
The Vivo T1 Pro has been released with 6GB RAM and 8GB Ram in India at INR 23,999 (BDT 27129) and INR 24,999 (BDT 28259) respectively. The conversion rate here is 1 INR = 1.13 BDT. However, the price may change due to tax and other issues after the official release in Bangladesh.
Vivo T1 Pro 5G excels in appearance and performance but falls short in terms of battery charging time, audio setup, and night photography.
120 Hz refresh rate could make it a better deal. It has no dual/stereo speakers which is available in many contemporary low budget phones. Though being a mid range phone, the T1 Pro lacks an ultrawide sensor, which is surprising. Its low charging speed and lack of dust/water resistance can be a deal breaker for those who stay outdoors for long hours. It does not provide NFC support.
T1 Pro supports a 5G connection. The display quality is also commensurate with the cost. If you want a phone with a trendy design, adequate performance, and a high-quality selfie camera, then you may consider Vivo T1 Pro 5G.