vivo’s Y33T is now available in Malaysia for RM 999

vivo Malaysia has introduced a brand-new addition into its Y Series family – the vivo Y33T (what a great name). It aims to be an all-rounder device while staying just below the RM 1000 mark. It comes equipped with a Snapdragon 680 processor, coupled with 128GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM. The newly released device also comes with a microSD card slot that supports up to 1TB in additional external memory.

The display on the vivo Y33T is a 6.58-inch FHD+ Incell panel capable of 90Hz of refresh rate. It’s housed it a 2.5D flat frame in a 8.8mm body. There are 3 colors, Mirror Black, Midday Dream and Starry Gold. Mirror Black adopts the latest double layer coating technique which intertwines the elegant shade of black with a glossy sheen; while Midday Dream is a delicate, embossed AG texture delights with a frosted feel and a layer of liquid crystal coating that adds smoothness while making the phone less prone to fingerprints. Starry Gold features a newly upgraded fluorite glitter texture, together with nano-grade gradient colour plating technology to create a frosted golden surface with shiny lines.

As for cameras, the vivo Y33T features a triple camera system. It comprises of a 50MP main shooter, 2MP Bokeh sensor and a 2MP Macro shooter. This is typical now for a device of this price range. The front-camera is a 16MP Super Night Selfie shooter that the brand promises to deliver rich details for selfies and portraits, even in low-light (or regardless of time, as they say).

Price and Availability

Priced at RM999, the vivo Y33T is now available for purchase at all vivo concept stores, authorised dealers, vivo Malaysia’s official E-store, and vivo Malaysia’s official flagship store on Shopee and Lazada.

vivo Malaysia will be having its First Sales Day for the vivo Y33T on 2 April 2022. Customers who purchase the vivo Y33T during the First Sales Day will receive a free gift, which is a 1-year extended warranty worth RM159.

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