Samsung Galaxy A23 vs Vivo T1 5G comparison based on specs, check which phone works for you

In this article, we are comparing two top brands of smartphones which are Samsung Galaxy A23 (launched on March 25, 2022) in colors like Black, Orange, and Light Blue and Vivo T1 5g (launched on February 14, 2022) in colors like Starlight Black, Rainbow Fantasy and Silky White.

Vivo T1 5g comes in 3 variants-

4GB+128GB

6GB+128GB

8GB+128GB

Memory can be expanded up to 1TB.

Samsung Galaxy A23 comes in 2 variants

6GB+128GB

8GB+128GB

Internal memory is expandable upto 1TB.

Comparison of specs:- 

Performance, Hardware, OS:-

Samsung Galaxy A23 is Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 with an octa-core processor and Android v12.

Vivo T1 5g is Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 with an octa-core processor. Runs on Android v12.

Display and Design:-

Samsung Galaxy A23 has 6.6 inches PLS TFT LCD display with 1080*2408 pixels resolution and 90Hz refresh rate.

Dimensions: 165.4*76.9*8.4mm.

Vivo T1 5g has 6.58 inches IPS LCD with 1080*2408 pixel resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.

Dimensions are 164*75.8*8.2mm.

Camera:-

Samsung Galaxy A23 features a quad rear camera setup of 50MP+5MP+2MP+2MP and a single front camera of 8MP.

Vivo T1 5g features a triple camera setup of 50MP+2MP+2MP and a single front camera of 16MP.

Battery:- 

Samsung Galaxy A23 has a 5000mAh li-ion battery with 25W fast charging. USB type C.

Vivo T1 5g has a 5000mAh li-ion battery with 18W fast charging. USB type C.

Connectivity:-

Samsung Galaxy A23 connectivity options include 5G, 4G, 3G, 2G, VoLTE, wifi, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS, and USB.

Vivo T1 5g connectivity options include 5G, 4G, 3G, 2G, VoLTE, wifi, Bluetooth v5.1, GPS, and USB.

Sensors:-

Samsung Galaxy A23 includes a side fingerprint sensor, light sensor, proximity sensor, accelerometer, and gyroscope.

Vivo T1 5g includes a side fingerprint sensor, light sensor, proximity sensor, accelerometer, compass, and gyroscope.

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