After the Vivo V5 smartphones, Vivo has today launched the V7+ in India. The highlight of the smartphone is most definitely the front camera, as is the case with most Vivo smartphones. The Vivo V7+ sports a 24-megapixel camera for selfies, and a new Face Access feature. The smartphone also joins a growing list of devices that come with near bezel-less displays. The Vivo V7+ has been priced at Rs 21,990. Pre-booking starts today, and the first sale of the device will be held on September 15. The Vivo V7+ will come in matte black and champagne gold color options. But before, the device goes on sale, here’s taking a look at its top features. Also Read - Vivo V21e 5G launch on June 24; company accidentally reveals in a tweetAlso Read - Vivo V21e 5G India launch expected soon, specs leaked: Here's what to expect
Somewhat similar to Samsung Galaxy S8-duo and LG Q6, the Vivo V7+ features an edge-to-edge FullView display, with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Except, this one measures 5.99-inch. Vivo says it has reduced the bezel, which is now at 2.15mm, by over 40 percent as compared to a normal 5.5-inch smartphone . Vivo claims to have achieved 84.4 percent screen-to-body ratio with its large display.
For photography, the Vivo V7+ sports a 24-megapixel moonlight camera on the front, which the company claims is a first in the world. The front camera is supported by a f/2.0 aperture. Also, Vivo has added the new Beauty Mode 7.0 to the smartphone, which works for both still images and video calls. The smartphone’s front camera also comes with a portrait mode, which lets you apply DSLR-like bokeh effect to your selfies. At the back, the Vivo V7+ features a 16-megapixel camera, with PDAF support, and f/2.0 aperture. The front camera also allows group selfies by means of front panorama shots. DON’T MISS: Vivo V7+ Hands-on and First Impressions: FullView screen and excellent front camera
Under the hood, the Vivo V7+ is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The Vivo V7 duo are the first smartphones in India to feature a Snapdragon 450 chipset, which Qualcomm claims can offer 25 percent better battery, and 25 percent higher CPU and GPU performance.
Another notable feature of the Vivo V7+ is Face Access, which allows users to unlock smartphone by just looking at it, in addition to fingerprint, patterns and passcodes. While it doesn’t pass for a standalone mention, the smartphone’s Split 3.0 feature is another one to be considered. The feature allows users to work on two apps at the same time.