Panoramic screens multiply. After Xiaomi, LG or Samsung, here Vivo takes the subject before his compatriot Oppo. The model is called Vivo V7 Plus and its screen measures 6 inches for a ratio of 18/9th, as the G6.
Vivo is a brand with double strategy: it develops smartphones that are sometimes destined for the Chinese market and others will be sold on the Indian market. And few will be offered in both countries, because, although some terminals look alike, they are not identical. Thanks to this, the catalog of Vivo is rich: X and Xplay on one side, V on the other. And a strong adaptability of the strategy. Some will say that it is opportunism. But Vivo is now among the top five manufacturers in the world. It’s not for nothing.
Vivo V7 Plus is equipped with a 5.99-inch IPS Full View display with HD resolution that is 1440 × 720 pixels, which gives a density of pixels per inch at 269 ppi. It’s a pity because with such a configuration the smartphone is similar to a lot of other Chinese with panels that have an aspect ratio of 18: 9.
Of course, the V7 Plus also has a fingerprint scanner and a Dual SIM, which, by the way, is not a hybrid (there are separate slots for two SIM cards and a microSD memory card). And it also has FM radio. The smartphone runs under the operating system Funtouch OS 3.2, based on Android 7.1 Nougat and draws energy from a non-removable 3225 mAh battery. Its body has the following dimensions: 155.87 × 75.74 × 7.7 mm and weight 160 grams.
On sale, there will be two color versions: black and gold. The cost of Vivo V7 Plus is 21990 Indian rupees, that is, about 340 dollars.