The Chinese manufacturer was again surprised by the introduction of the new Vivo V15 Pro. This is its first bet of the year in the mid-range segment and promises to give the competition a big headache. Its specifications are amazing and its design is another big leap forward in the evolution of mid-range smartphones.
Another highlight of this new smartphone is in the photographic segment, where it arrives with a triple rear camera and a camera selfie pop up. Vivo V15 Pro also stands out for being the first smartphone to arrive equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor.
In terms of its design, the front panel is fully occupied by its 6.4 "inch OLED display, which does not feature any notch thanks to its 'pop-up' camera. On its back we see the three cameras vertically aggregated into one black module that causes a very nice contrast with the panel tone.
The deadly sin of the Vivo V15 Pro is to arrive with micro-USB
Before talking about the wonders of this new mid-range smartphone, I can't help but point out its major flaw. Although it will revolutionize a whole segment with its fantastic screen, the Vivo V15 Pro comes with a micro-USB port for charging. The manufacturer's choice cannot be realized at a time when USB-C has become so commonplace.
Taken your big flaw out of the way. So let's move on to all the great things it has to offer users. The Vivo V15 Pro will definitely make you speak in the photographic segment.
Its rear module consists of a 48 megapixel main sensor. Backed by a lens wide-angle of 8 megapixels and a third of 5 megapixels. On the other hand, your camera selfie Pop-up arrives with an astonishing 32 megapixels.
Still in the photographic segment, the manufacturer decided to invest heavily in marketing, advertising numerous features related to artificial intelligence. Among the various modes you will have "AI Super Night Scene","AI Super Wide Angle" and also "AI Body Shaping". Yes, the last one is kind of Beauty mode that makes you look like a top model …
Processing power won't be a problem for the Vivo V15 Pro
As I mentioned earlier, this is the first smartphone to come with the new Snapdragon 675 processor. This is a processor that has proven its capabilities in a number of performance tests, setting itself ahead of the 'theoretically' more advanced SD710. As for your memories, you will come with a choice between 6GB and 8GB of RAM. On the other hand, it will only offer option for 128GB of internal memory.
The Vivo V15 Pro comes with an on-screen print reader, a 3700mAh battery with fast charging support and the factory-built Android Pie. Although no official price has been revealed for Europe. It should reach some markets with a price of around 350/400 euros.
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