This is normal here and in this video well be doing a camera review of the new vivo t1 5g. So t series is the latest series announced by vivo and the first device under the series is the vivo t1 5g with the triple camera setup. So it comes with a 50 megapixel primary camera and it also has a 16 megapixel selfie shooter. So lets see how good the camera is for this price segment. So this is the detailed camera review of the vivo t15g before getting into the video. If this is your first time on, this channel do hit that red subscribe button and also hit the bell icon to get notified of all the videos we publish so lets dive deep into the camera samples. So first lets have a look at the hardware offered. The vivo t1 comes with the primary 50 megapixel sensor with f 1.8 aperture and it is a samsungs jn1 sensor and there is also a secondary 2 megapixel macro sensor and a third two megapixel depth sensor. Sadly, the phone mixes out on ultra wide angle lens the front camera is a 16 megapixel shooter with f 2.0 aperture, so lets find out how it performs in this segment. First up the daylight shots under bright outdoor conditions. The phone is able to capture good images and they are sufficiently bright with good colors too. The contrast and details also seems good. We didnt see any saturation issues. The sharpness levels are pretty good, and this is evident when you pixel peep.

The dynamic range is also quite good. Overall, one of the features missing is the ultra wide angle lens and at this price segment it is definitely a big miss on the t1 overall. The daylight captures are pretty good on the vivo t1. Now, moving on to the close up shots, it once again produces good results overall, with vibrant colors and even sharpness levels are good. The phone has 2 megapixel macro sensor and the results are sub par for a phone in this segment. The details are not that great. Now the color reproduction and sharpness levels overall, the macros are underwhelming now moving on to the portraits while it produces decent results. Overall, the contrast and the skin tones are messed up, often under different light conditions. When beauty mode is turned on, the portraits are too whitish. So we would recommend you to turn it off for better results. The edge detection is fairly good, but with complex backgrounds it messes up now, moving on to the low light images under indoor lights or with artificial lights. The results are quite decent and produces good sharper images as well. But when you turn on the nightboard, there is aggressive noise and results. Arent great though the sharpness levels are quite average too. The night mode images are nothing outstanding for this price segment: Music, the 16 megapixel selfie camera, produces good results. The colors are quite good, and so are the skin tones. The dynamic range is also quite good.

The phone also comes with portrait mode for selfies, and here the edge detection is fairly accurate most of the time, and it does a decent job. Over now. Moving on to the video recording, the phone can record videos only in 1080p resolution at 30 and 60 fps. There is no 4k support, which is a costly miss at this price segment. The 1080p footage at 30fps has decent results, but lack of eis means. It is literally unusable with moving videos. The 1080p 60fps footage also has similar issues. Overall, the video quality is average at its best because of the lack of eis. Mostly, the phone can also do slow motion. Videos and the quality is average. So this is the front facing camera sample taken with the vivo t1, which can record videos in 1080p resolution. So you can judge yourself how good the clarity of the videos and also the audio output from the front video sample on the vivo t1. So summing up, how good is a vivo t1 as a camera smartphone, the vivo t1 misses out on ultrawide and also 4k videos and lack of eis in the video recording, while the daylight shots are quite good, along with decent selfies and close up images. There is still a lot of room for improvement in portraits and low light. The low light performance is average and lack of eis is a big deal breaker for many, so that was the detailed camera review of the vivo t1.

So what do you guys think about the vivo t1 as a camera? Smartphone do share in your thoughts in the comment section.