Vivo launched yet another phone, confirming they’re on a hot streak. This time they’ve made official the Vivo V7+, a slim bezel handset with an 18:9 aspect and a 24 megapixel front camera.
This is quite a biggie, a 6 inch phablet that’s priced at $350. In spite of having a screen that’s associated with flagships, the device makes some sacrifices, like the fact it comes with a plastic body. The screen resolution is clearly no QHD+, since it’s a mere 1440 x 720, like the Bluboo S8 has. The CPU is also a midrange one, the Snapdragon 450.
4 GB of RAM are here, plus 64 GB of storage, a 3225 mAh battery and a 16 megapixel main camera with PDAF has been included. The front camera sounds mighty impressive, at 24 MP and it also has a LED flash. There’s a fingerprint scanner at the back and a special HiFi chipset, the likes of which we’ve seen many times lately. Vivo V7+ is a dual SIM machine, with a microSD card slot and Android 7.1 is the OS of choice, with Funtouch OS 3.2 on top.
The device goes on preorder in India today and it ships starting with September 15th. It also has an app clone feature, that lets you run the same app in two instances.