Vivo promised to launch their Y33s in India today, and they have done just that.
At best, this phone comes with the new colour finish that the brand carries and falls in the midrange category. With that in mind, the specs are pretty decent for how much it is supposed to retail for out of the box.
To start with is the 6.58-inch screen which plays home to dewdrop notch inside which is the 16MP snapper.
On the back of the device is a 50MP-led triple camera sensor which promises to be more than average. Digging deeper under the hood uncovers the Helio G80 chipset with as much as 8GB of RAM.
The best part of this device is that you can expand the RAM by as much as 4GB on this device powered by the Funtouch 11.1 OS (which represents the Android 11 from Google).
That’s not the only thing that you can expand here, though. A microSD card slot also allows you to bump up the internal 128GB ROM to 1TB when need be.
Powered by a massive 5000mAh battery and 18W fast charging to boot, an equivalent of Rs. 17,990 is what you need to shell out to get the device in the country.