All you need to know about newly launched Vivo V7+!

The famous smartphone company Vivo that leaves no stone unturned when it comes to publicizing its smartphones, be it branding in different parts of the country to executing everything in a big way, it has finally managed to launch its brand new smartphone Vivo V7+ in India priced at Rs 21,990.

Vivo phones are known for ridiculously high megapixel counts in their cameras, they’re largely seen as an iPhone tip-off from the get-go. The V7+ changes things, as it looks nothing like the iPhone.

The most striking aspect of the Vivo V7+ as opposed to Vivo’s previous offerings – is its design. The V7+ is an edge-to-edge or bezel-less phone, which means much like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the LG V30, Vivo’s new phone has an unusually tall screen and an unusual aspect ratio of 18:9. Vivo calls it Full View: a concept that gives Vivo’s new phone a screen-to-body ratio of 84.4 per cent.The V7+ is a 6-inch phone, but because Vivo has shaved off much of the top and bottom bezels as well as the bezels on the sides, the phone occupies a smaller footprint. It feels smaller in the hands.

The concept of a bezel-less screen is fast becoming the new industry norm, it seems. The concept isn’t restricted to the top-tier flagship segment any more, even as companies like Micromax and LG have recently made it more mainstream, courtesy the Micromax Canvas Infinity and the LG Q6. The Vivo V7+ is notably the third phone – in India – belonging to the mid-level price segment to ship with a new bezel-less screen, meaning the phone is designed from grounds-up for multimedia consumption.

The screen resolution of the Vivo V7+ is, however, HD or 720p which is a little disappointing. The Micromax Canvas Infinity also comes with a similar 1440×720 pixels resolution but that phone costs just Rs 9,999. The LG Q6, meanwhile, comes with more pixels, more precisely 2160×1080 pixels resolution and costs Rs 14,990. The Vivo V7+ which costs more should have at least come with a 1080p screen.

In terms of all-round design, the Vivo V7+ comes with a full-metal body with discreet antenna lines and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. The phone comes with curved 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on the front. The phone weighs in at 160 gram and measures only 7.7mm in thickness.

The V7+ comes with Vivo’s proprietary “AK4376 dedicated Hi-Fi audio chip which provides an unparalleled sound quality, giving a signal-to-noise ratio of up to 115dB” according to the company.

The Vivo V7+ will be available in Matte Black and Crown Gold colour options from September 15 across online as well as offline channels. Pre-booking for the Vivo V7+ begins from September 7.

The famous smartphone company Vivo that leaves no stone unturned when it comes to publicizing its smartphones, be it branding in different parts of the country to executing everything in a big way, it has finally managed to launch its…