Vivo Y83, which comes with the notch display in Vivo’s budget range, has been launched in India only last month. The price of the smartphone is Rs 14,990 and in this you have got to see MediaTek Helio P22 MT6762.
Along with the smartphone, you also get a back cover in the box, earphones, SIM ejector pin, 5V/2A charger, and micro USB to USB cable. Vivo Y83 sports a 6.22-inch HD+ 19:9 IPS 2.5D curved glass display. It also has 13 MP rear camera and 8 MP front camera and both have LED flash light.
The battery capacity of Vivo Y83 is 3260mAh and also it runs on FunTouch OS 4.0 which is based on Android 8.1 Oreo. The handset has 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
Apart from this, its special thing is that it has come in the market with the recently launched MediaTek Helio P22 processor. But after the launch with the new processor, it is definitely seen in the minds of the people that how fast and smooth performance this new processor gives.
Whether the new chipset To know the actual performance of MediaTek Helio P22, we compared it with other processors and the result is something like this.
We have compared the new MediaTek Helio P22 processor that came in Vivo Y83 with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor of Redmi Note 5 launched earlier this year and Snapdragon 450 chipset coming in Honor 7C.
First of all, AnTuTu benchmarking shows Helio P22 AnTuTu score of 78211, Snapdragon 625 AnTuTu score of 76134 and Honor 7C’s Snapdragon 450 chipset got a score of 66618. We got the Helio P22 Antutu benchmark score better than the rest of the Kia.
Apart from this, there is a big difference in their Geekbench scores too – Vivo Y83’s single-core score is 843, Redmi Note 5’s score is 858 and Honor 7C’s single-core score is 781.
After this, to test their battery, we played a 10-minute video from YouTube with full brightness, after which the battery of Vivo Y83 is 3260 mAh battery, only 3 percent less than the battery, Redmi Note 5’s battery is 4000 mAh Out of which 4 percent was reduced and out of the 3000mAh battery of Honor 7C, 5 percent battery was lost in 10 minutes of video.
Also to test the performance, Sharmaji technical team tried to run a game in it, downloaded at the same time and first it loaded in Redmi Note 5, then MediaTek Helio P22 chipset of Vivo Y83 loaded it. And lastly in Honor 7C. There has been little difference among the lighter adolescents.
Also did a video editing test to test the performance (Helio P22 vs. Snapdragon 625 vs. Snapdragon 450) in teen processors that require more battery and resources. The Vivo Y83 took 48.27 seconds to complete the test, the same Redmi Note 5 took 52.12 seconds and the Honor 7C took 50.50 seconds to complete the test.
The software is also affecting the performance of the Redmi Note 5 as it is running on Android 7.0 Nougat as of now, while the Vivo Y83 and Honor 7C have Android 8.1 Oreo, which enhances the performance.
In addition, the MediaTek Helio P22 processor, which has been launched in May itself, also offers you dual 4G VoLTE support, that is, you can use two 4G SIMs in your phone.
Overall, the result is MediaTek Helio P22 vs Snapdragon 625 vs Snapdragon 450 My Vivo Y83’s MediaTek Helio P22 chipset is proving to be better when compared to the rest.