As hinted previously, vivo has joined the club of bezel-free smartphone manufacturers as the company launched the vivo V7+ in India. This midrange smartphone features a 5.99-inch FullView Display, which is similar to the thin-bezel concept used on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6.
The vivo V7+ has a high screen-to-body ratio, featuring a 18:9 FullView Display. That said, the 5.99-inch display only has a 720p resolution, which amounts to a low pixel density at only 269 pixels per inch.
On the other hand, there’s another interesting feature on the vivo V7+: the cameras. The rear camera is a 16MP f/2.0 sensor with an Ultra-HD mode, which captures four photos and combines them together into a single 64MP file. Meanwhile, the selfie shooter is a 24MP unit with a f/2.0 lens – the biggest in its class (not surprising since vivo’s last smartphone came with a 20MP selfie shooter). It also has a ‘Moonlight Glow’ soft selfie light for better selfie images.
The V7+ is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 octa-core processor running at 1.8GHz, with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage – which is par for the course these days. You do get a microSD slot to expand the internal storage, of course. Powering everything is a 3,225 mAh battery.
Sadly, there is no USB Type-C charging port in sight – it still uses a microUSB port for charging. There is, however, a fingerprint scanner at the rear of the phone.
The vivo V7+ is priced at 21,990 Rupees (about RM1,440), and while availability is currently only limited to India for now, the device is expected to be released in Malaysia soon – the company’s Facebook page has already begun posting teasers for it.
(Source : GSMArena)