VKworld T1 Plus vs iPhone 6s camera and fingeprint comparison video


The latest phone from the VKworld is the T1 Plus model, 6-inch monster which is making splash at the market right now. Big screen phone with a massive 4300 mAh battery and low price tag hovering around $110 is apparently something the customers are reacting to positively.

And while it’s surely not an expensive device the manufacturer is certain it can compete with way pricier models, at least concerning some major functions and usefulness. Surprise surprise, the chosen comparison partner is none other than iPhone 6s so VKworld are not afraid to go even against such behemoth.

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They have produced two video trying to compare the phones, first one focuses on the fingeprint scanners. VKworld claim that the scanner in T1 Plus is capable of unlocking the phone in just 1 second and it also supports additional controls like camera shutter or audio player controls. The second video is taking a look at the camera output and you can check out both those video below so you can judge the differences yourself.

VKworld have also announced that they are working on a new model, which should be a specialized rugged tank. Allegedly it will be the first rugged device equipped with the four-way protection so resistant against water, dust, low temperatures and breaking. The model should make an appearance already this month and will be named Stone V3S.

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But for now let’s focus on the already available models and the VKworld T1 Plus presale period is going to end soon so the offer here for $109.99 is going to expire. If you would be interested in obtaining this phone you need to hurry up then and you can also check the same link for a chance to win some other phones from the VKworld portfolio in a giveaway.

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37 Comments

  1. Midori Chen
    October 3, 2016

    I saw so many advertisements of VKworld, but not sure how much reliable it would be

  2. Yeti hand
    October 3, 2016

    get a bluboo maya max instead you will not regret the price difference.

    • Lennald
      October 6, 2016

      I prefer this one than Bluboo Maya Max, will get one before the pre-sale is expired.

      • Yeti hand
        October 7, 2016

        To each its own

  3. Midori Chen
    October 3, 2016

    I saw so many advertisements of VKworld, but not sure how much reliable it would be

  4. kakek
    October 3, 2016

    That is quite ridiculous. Because, of course, you can compare photo quality without any zoom. Yes, obviously.

    Personnaly, I’m considering the leagoo shark 1 rather than the bluboo maya max for a cheap 6″ phone.
    It just seems better on every specs, ( 1080p instead of 720p, 3GO ram instead of 2, 13mp camera instead of 8mp interpolated, MT6753T instead of MT6735, and uge battery )
    Feedback over the net seems quite good. Also, there’s an unoficial stock MM rom easy to install. The only downsides I see with it is it’s a bit bigger than maya max, and lacks a gyroscope.

    • Yeti hand
      October 3, 2016

      Do as you wish, I considered the leagoo shark for a long time, but an outdated processor, a useless resolution that eat the battery, the old micro usb and the old android 5 made me change my mind.
      The leagoo shark would has been a good option 6 months ago, now….. It just an average phone at best, it can’t in no way compete with the bluboo maya max.
      This is just my opinion of course.

      • kakek
        October 4, 2016

        Okay, this will sound like I’m defending the shark 1, but keep in mind I don’t have the phone, so I have no bias of confirmation (when you’ve already bought something, and unconsciously favor arguments that confirm your choice)
        It’s because I am hesitating to buy it, so I am interrested in your opinion. And the best way to test if an argument is sound is to try to see it’s flaws.

        First, I don’t understand why you mention an outdated CPU. As far as I know, the mt6753 clearly outporm the 6735. Who cares if it’s older then ? Can you explain why it would be better to go for the mt6735 ? Is there something I don’t know about both CPU ? I just don’t get it.

        The resolution … you are right. 1080p is mostly useless. But my specific use of a smartphone incluses using it as a reader. So long sessions of text reading, maybe the only situation where higher resolution tends to be less tiring for the eyes. Also, almost no gaming. And since the battery is huge, it can take the extra load. So, this is not really dismissing your argument. More like “true, except for my specific use”

        Old micro USB … yeah. No argument there. But I can live with that.

        Android 5 was a problem. Until some time ago when Leagoo leaked à 6.0 Rom. Seems like they made most of the work on it, then stopped before fully testing it. Anyway, there is an unofficial 6.0 Rom, made by Leagoo and not some half assed hack. So not that much of à problem.

        So, all in one I can’t really see why it can’t compete with the maya max. Both phone seems pretty close to me in specs and Price.

        • Yeti hand
          October 4, 2016

          the blubloo maya max have a mt6750 I don’t know why you bring the mt6735 here

          • kakek
            October 4, 2016

            Ups … Because I considered various similar phones, answered from memory and confused it with another one. Sooo… 6750 really beter than 6753 ?

            • Yeti hand
              October 4, 2016

              of course

            • kakek
              October 4, 2016

              Ho no no, I do not WANT the Shark 1. Well, maybe, I don’t know. I sound like I’m defending it because I am trying to choose a 6″ phone under 200$. And both the shark 1 and maya max seems like good choices.

              But now that I got home and could do further check ( before I was answering from memory ) I remembered why I ranked the maya max below the shark 1 in my head. Main reason is the maya max does not support WDCMA 900mhz. In my country, 4G does not cover all the of the rural areas, and it’s the frequency we fall back to most often. So, it’s not 100% necessary, but it’s better to have it.

              And you’re right, MT3750 seems a better than 6753. Both perform the same on CPU, benchmark, but the 6750 is a newer architecture wich will suck less Mah doing the job, and with clearly better GPU. Thanks for pointing that out.

              Botom line ( For those thta might end up reading this after a goodle search ) :

              Shark 1 :
              Bigger battery
              WCDMA 900mhz
              1080p screen (Better for prolonged reading, bad for games and general performances.)

              Maya max :
              Better CPU / GPU
              Real official android 6.0 rather than almost-official yet still leaked rom.
              720p screen (better for performances)

              For everything else ( including price ) they should be exactly the same.

              you convinced me both that YOU where right in your choice, and yet that for me (considering the use as a reader and the 900mhz band) the shark 1 makes more sense.

              Thanks a lot !

            • Yeti hand
              October 4, 2016

              Exactly!!
              perfect summary, I agree.

            • Yeti hand
              October 4, 2016

              I just found another challenger the lenovo phab2 it has a 6.4 screen, has 900mhz, and android 6
              What do you think 🙂

            • kakek
              October 4, 2016

              Interresting. I didn’t came across this phone before, so I googled it. Ultimately it doesn’t seem better than the shark 1.

              Main downside : I can’t find a single store selling it. And the price I see mentioned on a few articles from june is around 300$ for the phab 2 plus (wich is a bit over my budget) and I can’t find prices for the phab 2.

              Also, 6.4″ , although not a deal breaker, is a bit over my ideal size of 6″.

              And finally, I have no idea how the MT8735 and MT8783 perform. They do not seem that great, the 8783 only coming with a T720MP3 GPU (The same that comes with the MT6753 and have a hard time displaying 3D games on a 1080p screen.) while the 8735 comes with the even weaker T720MP2.

              If you’re curious, here are the other phones that came to my attention, and their strong or weak point highlighted …

              https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9e58fed53060b1ba0d217bbbf2fa98b5046a087fec36dd398a9bb18d9dd2243a.jpg

              Yeah, I’m WAAAAYYYY overthinking my phone choice, specially considering it’s a cheap phone. I know, but somehow I find it fun. I’m not even in a hurry to find one in the end.

              Still feel free to point mistakes or give opinion.

            • Yeti hand
              October 4, 2016

              Good job, I bought the bluboo maya max but I’m interested in a bigger phone in case of need :P.
              My favorite was the mi max but it lacks the 800mhz fdd LTE, so right now I’m looking at the phab2 since it covers so much bands

            • Yeti hand
              October 4, 2016

              Btw the mt8735 and 8753 are just the tablet versions of the mt6735 and 6753

  5. Yeti hand
    October 3, 2016

    get a bluboo maya max instead you will not regret the price difference.

    • Lennald
      October 6, 2016

      I prefer this one than Bluboo Maya Max, will get one before the pre-sale is expired.

    • Yeti hand
      October 7, 2016

      To each his own

  6. kakek
    October 3, 2016

    That is quite ridiculous. Because, of course, you can compare photo quality without any zoom. Yes, obviously.

    Personnaly, I’m considering the leagoo shark 1 rather than the bluboo maya max for a cheap 6″ phone.
    It just seems better on every specs, ( 1080p instead of 720p, 3GO ram instead of 2, 13mp camera instead of 8mp interpolated, MT6753T instead of MT6735, and uge battery )
    Feedback over the net seems quite good. Also, there’s an unoficial stock MM rom easy to install. The only downsides I see with it is it’s a bit bigger than maya max, and lacks a gyroscope.

    • Yeti hand
      October 3, 2016

      Do as you wish, I considered the leagoo shark for a long time, but an outdated processor, a useless resolution that eat the battery, the old micro usb and the old android 5 made me change my mind.
      The leagoo shark would has been a good option 6 months ago, now….. It just an average phone at best, it can’t in no way compete with the bluboo maya max.
      This is just my opinion of course.

    • kakek
      October 4, 2016

      Okay, this will sound like I’m defending the shark 1, but keep in mind I don’t have the phone, so I have no bias of confirmation (when you’ve already bought something, and unconsciously favor arguments that confirm your choice)
      It’s because I am hesitating to buy it, so I am interrested in your opinion. And the best way to test if an argument is sound is to try to see it’s flaws.

      First, I don’t understand why you mention an outdated CPU. As far as I know, the mt6753 clearly outporm the 6735. Who cares if it’s older then ? Can you explain why it would be better to go for the mt6735 ? Is there something I don’t know about both CPU ? I just don’t get it.

      The resolution … you are right. 1080p is mostly useless. But my specific use of a smartphone incluses using it as a reader. So long sessions of text reading, maybe the only situation where higher resolution tends to be less tiring for the eyes. Also, almost no gaming. And since the battery is huge, it can take the extra load. So, this is not really dismissing your argument. More like “true, except for my specific use”

      Old micro USB … yeah. No argument there. But I can live with that.

      Android 5 was a problem. Until some time ago when Leagoo leaked à 6.0 Rom. Seems like they made most of the work on it, then stopped before fully testing it. Anyway, there is an unofficial 6.0 Rom, made by Leagoo and not some half assed hack. So not that much of à problem.

      So, all in one I can’t really see why it can’t compete with the maya max. Both phone seems pretty close to me in specs and Price.

    • Yeti hand
      October 4, 2016

      the blubloo maya max has a mt6750 I don’t know why you bring the mt6735 here.
      If you want the leagoo shark please buy the leagoo shark.

    • kakek
      October 4, 2016

      Ups … Because I considered various similar phones, answered from memory and confused it with another one. Sooo… 6750 really beter than 6753 ?

    • Yeti hand
      October 4, 2016

      of course

    • kakek
      October 4, 2016

      Ho no no, I do not WANT the Shark 1. Well, maybe, I don’t know. I sound like I’m defending it because I am trying to choose a 6″ phone under 200$. And both the shark 1 and maya max seems like good choices.

      But now that I got home and could do further check ( before I was answering from memory ) I remembered why I ranked the maya max below the shark 1 in my head. Main reason is the maya max does not support WDCMA 900mhz. In my country, 4G does not cover all the of the rural areas, and it’s the frequency we fall back to most often. So, it’s not 100% necessary, but it’s better to have it.

      And you’re right, MT3750 seems a better than 6753. Both perform the same on CPU, benchmark, but the 6750 is a newer architecture wich will suck less Mah doing the job, and with clearly better GPU. Thanks for pointing that out.

      Botom line ( For those thta might end up reading this after a goodle search ) :

      Shark 1 :
      Bigger battery
      WCDMA 900mhz
      1080p screen (Better for prolonged reading, bad for games and general performances.)

      Maya max :
      Better CPU / GPU
      Real official android 6.0 rather than almost-official yet still leaked rom.
      720p screen (better for performances)

      For everything else ( including price ) they should be exactly the same.

      you convinced me both that YOU where right in your choice, and yet that for me (considering the use as a reader and the 900mhz band) the shark 1 makes more sense.

      Thanks a lot !

    • Yeti hand
      October 4, 2016

      Exactly!!
      perfect summary, I agree. Let me bring another competitor, the cubot max it has 32gb of rom like the maya max, 720p, android 6 and a 4100mah battery.
      But it got no fingerprint scanner

    • Yeti hand
      October 4, 2016

      I just found another challenger the lenovo phab2 it has a 6.4 screen, has 900mhz, and android 6
      What do you think 🙂

    • kakek
      October 4, 2016

      Interresting. I didn’t came across this phone before, so I googled it. Ultimately it doesn’t seem better than the shark 1.

      Main downside : I can’t find a single store selling it. And the price I see mentioned on a few articles from june is around 300$ for the phab 2 plus (wich is a bit over my budget) and I can’t find prices for the phab 2.

      Also, 6.4″ , although not a deal breaker, is a bit over my ideal size of 6″.

      And finally, I have no idea how the MT8735 and MT8783 perform. They do not seem that great, the 8783 only coming with a T720MP3 GPU (The same that comes with the MT6753 and have a hard time displaying 3D games on a 1080p screen.) while the 8735 comes with the even weaker T720MP2.

      If you’re curious, here are the other phones that came to my attention, and their strong or weak point highlighted …

    • kakek
      October 4, 2016

      Yeah, I’m WAAAAYYYY overthinking my phone choice, specially considering it’s a cheap phone. I know, but somehow I find it fun. I’m not even in a hurry to find one in the end.

      Still feel free to point mistakes or give opinion.

    • Yeti hand
      October 4, 2016

      Good job, I bought the bluboo maya max but I’m interested in a bigger phone in case of need :P.
      My favorite was the mi max but it lacks the 800mhz fdd LTE, so right now I’m looking at the phab2 since it covers so much bands

    • Yeti hand
      October 4, 2016

      Btw the mt8735 and 8753 are just the tablet versions of the mt6735 and 6753
      and it looks like they support the lte700 band according to this site http://smartphones.specout.com/l/6403/Lenovo-Phab-2

  7. nina CHEN
    October 7, 2016

    I like vkworld ,i has a G1 giant,it works well. and this t1 plus looks good too.

  8. nina CHEN
    October 7, 2016

    I like vkworld ,i has a G1 giant,it works well. and this t1 plus looks good too.

  9. Alessia Campoli
    October 14, 2016

    iphone is very good, but the price is expensive, if you want to buy
    cheaper, it is recommended to buy this, I think vkworld t1 plus is also
    very good.

  10. Alessia Campoli
    October 14, 2016

    iphone is very good, but the price is expensive, if you want to buy
    cheaper, it is recommended to buy this, I think vkworld t1 plus is also
    very good.