Vivo Y33A honest review
Vivo Y33A honest review
The Vivo Y33A mobile is one of the most elegant phones in the 5000 EGP category. There is no other mobile phone, along with the Huawei Nova Y70, that offers you a chic, unconventional design.
The mobile phone comes with a plastic back, like all phones in this category.. but the back is sandblasted so that it does not show scratches and fingerprints. The camera frame is elegant, and there is a light aluminum frame with a nice shape.
The mobile lock is very good.. It is similar to the lock of other Vivo mobiles manufactured in China, and this is due to the presence of good quality control in the factory in Egypt.. The lock is really good, the screen lock on the back, the back lock itself, the volume buttons and the power button .. all of this Good and excellent and there is no problem.
The mobile phone is light in weight, about 182 grams, and its thickness is 8 mm.. and the frame is slightly flat to improve grip in the hand.. and the box comes with earphones, a charger, and a transparent case.. and there is a screen on the screen.
A regular 6.58-inch IPS LCD screen with FHD + resolution at 60 Hz with a selfie notch .. I was hoping for a better screen type or a higher refresh rate .. but Vivo caught the stick from the text.
Comparing the mobile with other competitors such as Oppo A55, Galaxy A13, Redmi 10C or Realme C25s .. All these phones have normal screens or less than normal in this category .. There are only two exceptions, only in this category, which are the Infinix Note 11 with an AMOLED screen and the Redmi 10 with a screen at a frequency of 90 hertz.
The screen is good in terms of colors, like an IPS LCD screen.. Its brightness is less than the normal average for this type of screen, and its quality is good.. It is a balanced screen that is not dazzling or weak.
When I compared it with the screen of the Redmi 10C and the Infinix Note 11, I found a clear superiority of the Y33A over the Redmi 10C .. and I found superiority in true colors over the Infinix Note 11.
MediaTek Helio G80 processor with 12 nanometer technology .. We all know the performance of this processor is good, it is found in the Galaxy A22 .. Its performance is nothing less than the G88 found in the Infinix Note 11 and Redmi 10.
The software is good.. The performance of the mobile phone is reasonable, not the fastest thing, and it is not slow.. The animations are reasonable, you may feel some cuts in them if you use faster phones.. You will feel that the mobile phone needed a higher refresh rate.. Also, when you open the mobile phone, you will feel that it is Slow and takes time for what remains normal with you.
The mobile comes with 4 GB RAM, with an additional 1 GB RAM via software, but unfortunately the memory type is old. I wish it was UFS 2.1.
The mobile does not offer games, the fastest performance, etc.. It is an ordinary mobile that offers you a balanced performance, and does not provide a breakthrough in terms of performance in this price category.. If you want strong performance, add the Redmi Note 10 5G or Infinix Note 11 Pro.. These are the phones that It offers stronger performance at a close price.
The graphical performance is reasonable..PUBG works on High HD and the performance is average, it is not the strongest thing and does not cut out rigidly..In Game Turbo, it shows you the CPU and GPU, and you can turn on Performance Mode to get more stable performance.
Safety and other factors
The fingerprint is located on the power button.. Its performance is fast and there are no problems, and the Face Unlock is reasonably fast.
The mobile does not have NFC..there is no additional microphone for noise isolation..it comes with Android 12 with the Vivo Funtouch 12 interface, and it has two versions of social networking programs..and it also includes that you can make more than one USER for the mobile..and you can control the shape of the interface animations, and this is a feature that we do not see a lot.
The mobile phone is excellent in terms of sensors, and there is nothing wrong with it.. The gyroscope sensor works well.. The compass works well.. The proximity sensor is real and its performance is excellent.
As for the sound, unfortunately, the sound is Mono, not Stereo, and the sound is below average.. As for communication networks and Wi-Fi, they are excellent to the fullest extent possible!
An excellent 5000 mAh battery completes with you 7~8 hours with a relaxed open screen..and you have a reasonable 18W charger in this category that charges the battery in two hours..it is good and there are no problems.
3 rear cameras .. the main one is 50 megapixels with an F / 1.8 lens slot .. the second is a 2 mega pixel macro camera and the last is 2 mega pixel camera for isolation .. and the selfie is 16 mega pixel camera with an F / 2.0 lens slot.
The level of the mobile cameras here is very reasonable, the details and colors are good..and the processing is very reasonable in enhancing colors and adjusting skin tone..but it is not perfect, it makes mistakes in HDR..and in general the mobile comes in second place after the Galaxy A22, but it can compete very well.
The Night Mode in the front and back cameras is very excellent .. but the camera application itself is not the fastest thing.
When I compared the mobile phone with the Redmi 10C, I found a terrible superiority in favor of the Vivo Y33A, except for the HDR pictures that the Y33A does not work well.. but the rest is completely superior to the Y33A, although both are 50 mega pixels.
As for the selfie camera, its performance is very respectable in this price category.. The amount of details is good, the color of the skin is correct, and the details are reasonable, as is the case with the rear camera.. The selfie camera in this mobile can easily compete with Samsung and outperform Xiaomi phones.
As for shooting videos, the mobile phone supports shooting 1080p videos at 30 frames per second..and the mobile phone supports electronic stabilizer..but unfortunately, there is no additional microphone for noise isolation.