Vivo has been teasing their upcoming smartphone with “infinity display” for a while. Finally, they have launched the much awaited V7 Plus at an event in Mumbai. We were there at the event to cover it.
V7 Plus sports a 5.99 inches FullView Display with a resolution of 1440 x 720 pixels. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 Octa Core processor coupled with 4 GB RAM. There is 64 GB storage on board. The graphic duties are handled by Adreno 506. The Unique Selling Point a.k.a USP of V7 Plus is the 24 MP Selfie Camera.
Yes. You heard it right. 24 Megapixels on a smartphone camera. Read on to find out our initial impressions
The main attraction of V7 Plus is the almost bezel-less 5.99″ display. Vivo calls it FullView display and it looks gorgeous. The quality of the panel used by the company is good and the colours are well saturated. Having said that, this is a two handed device even though the bezels are narrow.
The marketed feature of V7 Plus is the 24 MP Selfie Shooter which comes with an aperture of f/2.0. The regular add ons like MoonLight Flash which was present in previous Vivo smartphones, makes a comeback here too.
Most of the smartphones that are launching now come with a glass back which not only makes it a fingerprint magnet but also makes it slippery. Thankfully, V7 Plus comes with a metal back which feels good to hold in hand.
Powering the V7 Plus is Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 Processor. It is an Octa core processor designed on ARM Cortex A53 Architecture. It is coupled with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal memory. An interesting thing is that, Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 debuts on Vivo V7 Plus in India.
We could not test the front facing camera with the limited time we had. But intital impressions, the camera seems to very good. There are a lot of modes to tinker with the camera app.
Vivo V7 Plus is priced at INR 21,990 and the pre-booking starts on 7th September followed by the sales on 15th September.
We felt that the price could have been a bit lower considering the chipset is Qualcomm Snapdragon 450. Having said that, we will test the device soon and come up with our full review. Meanwhile, you can check out our hands on of the smartphone.
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