Vivo’s been prodding the idea of a spring up selfie camera since last MWC, yet outside the Nex S, which arrived in China a year ago, the innovation has been unfortunately ailing in purchaser gadgets. Today that changes, yet just a bit: Vivo has quite recently formally reported the V15 Pro, conveying the spring up camera to another customer telephone, however this time in India.
The V15 Pro is certainly not a shock, Vivo’s been prodding it since recently, yet this is the formal uncover.
Specs for the new gadget look extraordinary, however not horribly energizing by leader models. It’s controlled by a Snapdragon 675 — the principal telephone I’ve known about to get the new SoC — with 6GB of RAM, a sizable 128 GB of capacity, 3,700mAh battery, “Double Engine” Fast Charging, Android 9 Pie, and a 1080p-proportional 6.4″ AMOLED show. A triple back camera setup gives a 12MP back essential (48MP – > 12MP by means of pixel binning) with a 8MP wide-point and 5MP “profundity” camera. It likewise has an in-show unique mark sensor, and Vivo ran with MicroUSB instead of USB Type-C oddly enough.
The spring up selfie cam is a 32MP shooter, and Vivo promotes it as being tried to 300,000+ activations and taking just 0.46s to slide into position. Similarly as with Vivo’s past telephones, that implies the front of the gadget can be generally unadorned. Spare somewhat of a base “jawline,” it’s adequately all-screen, wearing a little more than a 91% screen-to-body proportion, as indicated by Vivo.