Vivo Y33s presented: middle class based on Helio G80 and with 5000 mAh battery


The Chinese company Vivo presents its new smartphones with enviable regularity. She is especially actively expanding the line of mid-range smartphones Vivo Y33s, which just yesterday was replenished with another new representative.

On Monday, August 23rd, Vivo quietly unveiled yet another mid-range smartphone. This is the Vivo Y33s, which is based on the eight-core Helio G80 chipset from MediaTek. The company has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, expandable by installing a microSD memory card up to 1 TB. At the front, the smartphone has a 6.58-inch Full HD + display with a waterdrop notch at the top for a 16-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling. The rear panel of the smartphone has a 50-megapixel main camera in combination with two additional 2-megapixel modules, one of which acts as a depth sensor, and the other is equipped with a macro lens.

For the autonomous operation of the new Vivo smartphone, there is a 5000 mAh rechargeable battery with 18W fast wired charging via the USB Type-C port. And for the software part, the Android 11 mobile operating system is responsible with the Funtouch OS 11.1 shell installed on top.

India was chosen as the first country where sales of Vivo Y33s start. There it is already available for ordering in the official Vivo online store and from the brand’s retail partners throughout the country. The price of the issue is 17,990 Indian rupees, or about 242 US dollars at the current exchange rate.