Vivo launched the Vivo X21 and now they launched a new handset in the Y Series the Vivo Y83. Unique thing about the Y83 is it it features a 6.22 inch 19:9 full video screen, packed with 4GB RAM and powered by MediaTek Helio P22 Octa Core processor.

The Vivo Y83 also comes with finger print unlocking and face unlocking. The 6.22 inch 19:9 display (Notch Style) comes with 2.5D curved glass and resolution is HD+. There is 13MP high definition camera on the back using PDAF technology. On the front there is a 8MP selfie camera with AI face beauty features.

Inside the hood its octa core powered using MediaTek P22 Octa Core processor, coupled with 4GB RAM and 32GB of ROM, there is external micro SD support of up to 256GB.

Vivo Y83

Commenting on the launch, Jerome Chen, CMO, Vivo India said, “Vivo is committed towards introducing innovative products to meet the ever-changing demands of consumers. We are pleased to introduce the Vivo Y83 in our Y series product portfolio with an outstanding performance and superior camera capabilities at an ideal price point.”

Vivo Y83

Vivo Y83 is available on Flipkart, Amazon and on Vivo stores and offline stores as well, price in India is Rs. 14,990.

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  1. It’s way better than other phones from Samsung, Sony or LG in the same price range.

  2. It’s way better than other phones from Samsung, Sony or LG in the same price range.

  3. If the display was Full HD + instead of HD+ it would be been Redmi Note 5 Pro killer. But HD + displays are very bad these days. You need at least Full HD + for mobiles bigger than 6 inch, otherwise you harm your eyes with such low pixel density

    1. How can this single rear camera phone be a killer of camera champion RM pro?
      No chance even if screen was FHD+

      1. Oppo F7 is the undisputed king of mid range camera phones even with single rear camera. Pixel 2 is still the undisputed king of flagship camera even with single camera. It depends on aperture. Single Camera with f/1.8 like F7 is better than dual cameras of Xiaomi, Honor and Vivo.

        However this phone has shitty camera, bad aperture. If aperture is good, phones with single cameras are great.

      2. Dual camera setups with those fake bokeh effects are for noobs. There are so many single camera phones which take great shots, way better than those overhyped dual camera phones.

        1. Exactly agree with you bro, see previously Oppo used to produce kachra phones, but see now Oppo F7. It is being praised by all reviewer in India and other countries. F7 camera quality is very good. Also look at those Huawei/Honor and Vivo phones with stupid and meaningless dual camera.

      3. Increasing no of Camera Modules does not increase picture quality. All different modules works separately and does not combines to give better picture quality.
        Upcoming Pixel 3 will still have single camera which will do all multi camera things using single module.

        1. Honor / Huawei phones have bad dual or even triple cameras. Pixel is still great with just one camera.

  4. If the display was Full HD + instead of HD+ it would be been Redmi Note 5 Pro killer. But HD + displays are very bad these days. You need at least Full HD + for mobiles bigger than 6 inch, otherwise you harm your eyes with such low pixel density

    1. How can this single rear camera phone be a killer of camera champion RM pro?
      No chance even if screen was FHD+

      1. Oppo F7 is the undisputed king of mid range camera phones even with single rear camera. Pixel 2 is still the undisputed king of flagship camera even with single camera. It depends on aperture. Single Camera with f/1.8 like F7 is better than dual cameras of Xiaomi, Honor and Vivo.

        However this phone has shitty camera, bad aperture. If aperture is good, phones with single cameras are great.

      2. Dual camera setups with those fake bokeh effects are for noobs. There are so many single camera phones which take great shots, way better than those overhyped dual camera phones.

        1. Exactly agree with you bro, see previously Oppo used to produce kachra phones, but see now Oppo F7. It is being praised by all reviewer in India and other countries. F7 camera quality is very good. Also look at those Huawei/Honor and Vivo phones with stupid and meaningless dual camera.

      3. Increasing no of Camera Modules does not increase picture quality. All different modules works separately and does not combines to give better picture quality.
        Upcoming Pixel 3 will still have single camera which will do all multi camera things using single module.

        1. Honor / Huawei phones have bad dual or even triple cameras. Pixel is still great with just one camera.