[Exclusive] Vivo Y21T Renders Leaked Revealing 50MP Triple Camera Setup Ahead of Launch

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Vivo is set to launch a new Y series phone: Vivo Y21T in India. The phone is said to be launched on January 3 in the country. The upcoming Vivo Y21T is a modified version of the Vivo Y21 that was released a few months ago. Before launch, MySmartPrice obtained the renders and specs of the device from insider Ishan Agarwal. Let’s take a closer look at the design and versions of the upcoming Vivo phone.

Vivo Y21T design and renderings

The Vivo Y21T will feature a bezel-less display with a waterdrop notch and a thick chin. The device has triple rear cameras within a rectangular module that will reside in the upper left corner of the rear panel. The phone will come in two color variants: blue and white.

The right edge of the phone will house volume controls and a power button. Following the renders, the power button should function as a fingerprint scanner. The left edge of the device is clean, so the simulation test will reside at the top or bottom edge.

Vivo V21T Specifications

Agarwal tells us that the phone will feature a 50MP primary rear shooter with an aperture of f / 1.8. It will be accompanied by a pair of 2MP sensors with an aperture of f / 2.4. For selfies, the Y21T will offer an 8MP shooter with an aperture of f / 1.8.

The Vivo Y21T will come with a 6.58-inch Full HD + LCD display panel. It measures 164.26 x 76.08 x 8.00 mm and weighs 182 g. The phone will also offer 1GB of extended RAM in addition to 4GB of RAM.

The phone will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor and will offer 128GB of on-board storage. The Y21T will likely offer a micro-SD card slot to further expand the storage. The phone will come with a 5,000 mAh battery unit and will support 18W fast charging. What do you think of the Vivo Y21T? Let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his taste in devices for nearly a decade in 2011 while deciding to purchase his first smartphone and began reporting on consumer technology in 2018. Arpit comes from a background in Math research and can be found discussing Math without looking. Their phones.

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