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Vivo V7, a fullView Display equipped handset that fits right on your hands and budget

cjmagowan  —  1 year ago ( Nov 22, 2017 )    |    News

Vivo catches so much attention when they launched the V7+ a couple of months back, now the company introduces another device that takes the V7+ design in a smaller package and that’s the new Vivo V7.

The newest device from Vivo is basically a V7+ toned down for a smaller footprint while maintaining the same amount of experience from its bigger sibling. Being the smaller guy of the two, the V7 houses a 5.7-inch display and has the same amount of resolution as the V7+ at 1440 x 720p with the same aspect ratio of 18:9 and the bezels are thin. With the slightly smaller display though, you’ll get a bit crispier image with better image reproduction in 282 ppi pixels.

Under the new V7 chassis is the same amount of power as its big brother with the Snapdragon 450 Chipset with Adreno 506 GPU coupled with 4GB of RAM. But with that smaller profile also means users will get a smaller storage compartment which only have 32GB of internal memory to keep all your memories and apps. But still that’s a bit of room if you’d ask however if one would need an even more space for anything, the handset has a microSD slot to accommodate of up to 256GB microSD cards.

Designed to take great photos, the V7 has inherited the same imaging equipments that the V7+ have including a 16 Megapixel main camera with a LED flash. On the front is you’ll find a 24 Megapixel Selfie sensor with Moonlight Glow or if one would simply put it an LED flash on the front.

With the V7 smaller size, Vivo equipped the device with a smaller battery at 3000mAh, that will have to do with the fact that it’s smaller shell would also mean a smaller compartment for the battery on the inside but that doesn’t translate into something that concerns anyone, remember the V7 has a smaller display and a smaller or should we say a just fitted right battery should practically make sense.

Driving the new V7 is Vivo’s FunTouch OS 3.2, a proprietary UI from the company with Android 7.1.1 (Nougat) at its base. What makes it desirable for anyone though is that the UI itself took inspiration from Apple’s iOS which for many, brings a unique experience for Android users.

The new Vivo V7 is now out in the market with a standard retail price of 14,990Php and is available in Black and Gold color options.