The Vivo V7+ was certainly a popular phone during its release. And now, its more affordable little brother, the Vivo V7, is here.
The Vivo V7 is sort of a toned-down version of the V7+. I said toned down because it is not much of a downgrade from its big brother. The design is similar, but with a smaller body. It is equipped with their revolutionary ALL Screen Display, having an immersive screen with smaller bezels.
Camerawise, the V7 is equipped with a 16MP rear camera, which is enough to take clear ultra-sharp photos. But the biggest selling point of the phone is its whopping 24MP front-facing camera, making it a selfie-centric phone just like its big brother. It also has Face Beauty 7.0, which gives your facial features better definition and add brightness to your selfies, while remaining natural-looking and authentic.
Its performance is also not to sneeze at. It is equipped with a 1.8 GHz 64-bit octa-core processor, giving it 20% more power. It has as smaller battery than the V7+, probably because of its smaller body. It also has some very useful features; Face Access (which let you access the phone with it scanning your face), Smart Split (which you can split the screen in two for easy multi-tasking), and App Clone (which lets you run an app as two, or login two accounts on a social media app).
Vivo V7 Specifications
- Dimensions – 72.8 x 149.3 x 7.9 mm
- Weight – 139 g
- CPU – Qualcomm Octa-core 1.8 GHz
- RAM – 4 GB
- Storage – 32 GB (up to 256 GB microSD)
- Display – 5.7”, 1440 x 720
- Rear Camera – 16MP
- Front Camera – 24MP
- Battery – 3000 mAh
- OS – Android 7.1（Funtouch OS 3.2）
The difference between the two phones are very minimal, and choosing the V7 over the V7+ would be helpful for the cost-conscious. The Vivo V7 is priced at PhP 14,990 and is available in Gold and Black. It will start hitting stores this weekend.