In May 2021, Vivo officially launched its Vivo Y52, an entry-level phone with Dimensity 700 chipset. Today, the company has extended the Y-lineup by launching another model named: Vivo Y52t. Both smartphones come with the same chipset but still have a difference which is discussed below:
Starting from the display, the Vivo Y52t features a 6.51 inches V-Shaped Notch HD+ (1600*720p) LCD Display that comes with the following highlights: 20:9 aspect ratio, 89% screen-to-body ratio, 16.7 million display colors, and 269 PPI. The smartphone’s body has the following dimensions: 164*75.84*8.45mm and weighs around 198g.
In terms of chipset, the Vivo Y52t is powered by the Dimensity 700, the same chipset used in the standard Vivo Y52. The chipset is based on a 7nm manufacturing process and has eight cores, including two Cortex-A76 cores (clocked @2.2GHz) and six Cortex-A55 cores (clocked @2.0GHz).
In the camera section, the phone has a rectangle-shaped camera module on the backside which consists of two camera lenses: a 13MP Primary Lens and a 2MP Macro Lens. On the front side, there is a single 8MP lens in the V-Shaped notch. Regarding security, the phone supports both Facial and Fingerprint Recognition (fingerprint recognition is integrated into the side button).
Inside the phone, the manufacturer has put a large 5000mAh battery that comes with 10W charging. It is clear that the charging speed will be slow, but at the same time, the battery backup will be sufficient. The Vivo Y52t also comes with a USB Type-C charging port and a basic 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Vivo Y52t is available in three color options: Ice Lake Blue, Coconut Peach, and Black. In terms of storage, there are two variants: 8+128GB (priced at $185) and 8+256GB (priced at $215). It is worth mentioning that the RAM is LPDDR4x memory while the storage is UFS 2.2.
If you are looking for a simple and decent entry-level smartphone, the Vivo Y52t is undoubtedly a good option.