Vivo V7 – The New Favourite Amongst Selfie Lovers
The Vivo V7 is the company’s latest addition to its selfie-centred smartphone series and it is safe to say that the device lives up to the standards set by its predecessors. Despite being best known for its selfie camera, the V7 also has other decent features as well. Below is a breakdown of what the V7 has to offer:
Vivo V7 Design and Build Quality
For the V7, Vivo decided not to follow the trend of using metal to create the body of the device but chose to go for a plastic body instead. However, the device does not look cheap and plasticky despite sporting a plastic body. The size of the phone also makes it comfortable to hold in your hands, so you will not any discomfort even when using it for prolonged periods.
In terms of its display, the Vivo V7 sports a 5.7-inch IPS FullView display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. For the V7, Vivo has decided to embrace that the most popular trend recently – the full-screen display, which is why the device has thin bezels all around. The colours are punchy and the brightness makes it legible both indoors and outdoors, exactly what is expected from a mid-range smartphone like the V7.
At its core, the V7 is equipped with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor coupled with 4GB RAM. This combination is sufficient to deliver smooth performance for everyday tasks and can handle multitasking without slowing down. Storage wise, the V7 has a 32GB capacity which can be expanded to 256GB via microSD.
The main highlight of the V7 is its powerful 24MP front camera with f/2.0 aperture that comes with its own selfie softlight, enabling its users to take Instagram-worthy photos. The camera also comes with multiple modes to improve the quality of your selfies such as portrait mode and beauty mode. Furthermore, the front shooter also impresses in terms of the speed that it captures and saves photos, enabling you to take sharp selfies even when you are moving about. The front camera is also the one which will operate the face unlock system. In terms of the rear camera, the smartphone is equipped with a 16MP shooter and has a f/2.0 aperture just like the selfie camera. Both cameras can handle low-light shooting well.