Vivo launched the T1 5G on February 9, 2022. It is their mid-range smartphone which has been priced at ₹16,000. It competes with Xiaomi Note 11T, Xiaomi Note 11 Pro+, and many others. Vivo is generally known for launching smartphones for the offline market and they are very budget-friendly. Device highlights are 128GB base ROM, 5G, and the new Snapdragon chipset.
What does Vivo offer with this device? (Vivo T1 5G)
Box Content: The box of Vivo T1 5G has the device itself, along with a few documents. It also has a transparent case. Out of the box, with an 18W fast charger and a USB-A to USB-C cable.
Device Body: Vivo T1 Pro feels premium in hand. Although it has a plastic back panel. It has plastic sides and the sides are flat. The right side of Vivo T1 5G has a lock-unlock button along with a volume controller.
The bottom has a headphone jack along with a USB-C charging port and a speaker grill. The top of the device has a noise cancellation microphone and a sim ejector tool.
Display: Being priced at budget midrange, this device still has a waterdrop notch display. It is disappointing because, at this price, there are various devices with a punch-hole display. Even the chin and bezels are just thin.
The display specifications of Vivo T1 5G is, 6.5 inches, FHD+, TFT panel, with 120 Hz Refresh Rate. The touch sampling rate of 240Hz, which makes the scrolling and gaming experience good. Viewing angles might suffer as it is a TFT display.
Specifications: Vivo T1 5G is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor. It is their latest midrange processor which has been optimized excellently with this the T1. Excellently, Vivo has installed Android 12-based FunTouch 12 OS. The OS does feel fresh to use and is much better than their past versions of OS.
Camera specifications: The phone is equipped with a triple camera setup. The primary camera has a 50MP resolution along with a 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro lens. The front selfie camera has a resolution of 16MP. The camera performance is excellent and does click better pictures.
On the videography front, the maximum it can shoot is at 1080p 60FPS. The software should be optimized for at least shooting 4K, 30FPS, which even Moto G60 fusion offers. The camera has a mode of Super Night mode but it does overexpose the image.
Sensor and Connectivity: The device is equipped with all types of sensors. It has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor along with a face unlock. Vivo T1 5G, as the name suggests has 5G with 2 bands, which is too less. It also has Dual 4G VoLTE, along with dual-band Wi-Fi. It also supports Bluetooth 5.1.
Battery: Vivo T1 Pro has a 5000mAh battery backup, which can be charged with an 18W charger. As the processor is based on 6nm so battery backup should be great.
Final Verdict: Being said, Vivo T1 has launched under 20K, and has many other competitors. But you can take it as an option because it is great on performance and has great specifications.