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Vivo Y12 64GB (Dual SIM, 3GB RAM, Mediatek Helio P22, 6.35" 720p) Smartphone $137 @ Officeworks


Not a bad phone for the price, if you have a tight budget. These were $199 a couple of days ago.
The Oppo A52/Motorola G8 Power Lite/Samsung Galaxy A20 all seem to be no longer sold anywhere, so there isn't much around this price range currently.

Taken from the Officeworks website:

The 6.35", IPS LCD display offers sharpness, clarity and more natural looking colours.

This phone has a triple camera with a 13 MP main lens for your traditional photos, 8 MP ultra-wide lens for fitting your surrounding into frame and a 2 MP depth sensor for measuring distance and keeping focus.

This Vivo Y12 features 3 GB of RAM for running more applications simultaneously and so that it can handle your everyday needs in a fast, responsive manner.

This phone has a 64 GB storage capacity with the option to add an additional 128 GB via microSD.

This phone runs on the Android 9.0 operating system.

The Octa-Core processor allows for better multitasking as each quad-core can run apps separately from the other.

This phone supports connections via WiFi, Bluetooth, Micro USB, 4G and a 3.5 mm jack.

Simply connect to the network using a nano-SIM.

It comes with a 2 year warranty.

A Micro USB cable is included.

This phone has a 5000 mAh battery so you can view media, play games, browse social media and more without needing charge throughout the day.

This phone is unlocked so you can connect it to the Australian network of your choice.

This phone comes in a sleek, blue design.

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  • The Oppo A52/Motorola G8 Power Lite/Samsung Galaxy A20 all seem to be no longer sold anywhere

    Damn that's crazy, it's hardly been a year for the A52 at least.

    • Yeah, they're pushing the A53 now

      • +4

        Damn that's unfortunate, A53 seems like a bit if a downgrade imo.

        You get the higher refresh screen, but 720p vs 1080p on the A52, and also slightly worse processor and the A53 for basically the same price.

        • They've put the fingerprint reader on the back too, must be a cheaper option.

          • +1

            @WatchNerd: Oh didn't notice the different fingerprint reader placement, probably would be a bit cheaper compared to the power button fingerprint reader, as it needs to be more accurate on a much smaller space.

            A52 seems like a better option if you can get your hands on one as per your links below.

  • Is the camera any good? Pixel count doesn't tell you much these days. I Don't expect it to be amazing, but if it can take close up photos of clear text and half decent photo around sun set, (ie low light) Id be happy. Also NFC another compulsory.

  • Had an old phone with helio p22, was pretty slow, yeah decent enough for everyday tasks. Couldnt even play the Shopback Troopers game properly in that one, (was too laggy). But again its 137 bucks cant really expect much from that