Vivo India launched its first smartphone for the year 2018 and named it VivoV9, which is the spiritual successor of the previous V7 model. In this Post we have discussed about Vivo v9 first look and its features and specifications and much more.
The company has a function held in Mumbai to announce the launch of V9. At the event, Vivo claimed that it was the first to launch a device with such a high screen-to-body ratio in the mid-range segment.
The company has fixed the price of Vivo V9 at Rs 22,999, which is for the mid-range price segment, where it is available with smartphones like Moto X4, Moto Z2 Play, Honor 9i and even Radmi Note 5 Pro. Will compete. Vivo India has sent us a review unit, I have been playing with it for the last two hours.
So does VM Brake bring the new land near the middle border near the ‘bezel-less’ display and brings premiums? Or is it just an iPhone X clone? This is my first impression
Vivo V9 could look like a copy of Apple iPhone X which was launched last year with the notch and ‘Full View 2.0’ display. But the fact is that you can not deny that the 6.3-inch screen and the bezel-less display are seen in real life. The device comes behind a metal that runs on the edges to complete the display on the front.
Vivo has added a plastic cap on top and bottom on the device with a metal finish to hide as a metal in the form of a metal. Above the display, it is like a clear iPhone X, which includes a small speaker grill, a 24-member front-facing camera, and a proximity sensor. There are no physical navigation buttons in front of the device, which means that Vivo has opted for the on-screen navigation buttons. You will find the power button on the right side of the button, with the power button on the right side of the V9.
Leaving the trip-slot tray at the top of the device there is no button on the left side of the device, moving towards the lower end of the device, you will find a 3.5 mm headphone jack on the left, a micro USB 2.0 port in the center and a speaker grill on the right. There is no external-visible hardware feature on top of the device.
Unlike X21 UD, the V9 does not come with an under-fingerprint scanner. Instead, the company has opted to include the fingerprint scanner on the back of the device in the upper half, Vivo has also added vertical setup for dual cameras on the back with an LED flash like the iPhone X. VivoV9 looks light and strong in the hand without the voice of any extortion, which will signal problems with building quality
Moving to the facilities, the device packs a 6.3-inch IPS LCD display with an FHD + resolution and a 19: 9 aspect ratio. The device gives users the option to add two nano-SIM cards and a micro SD card to the third dedicated slot, V9 will come with a Micro USB 2.0 port, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.2 and headphone jack.
The device’s feature set is on par with its competition from other recently launched Smartphone Brands in the market. A hardware feature that I think is missing from the device is a lack of a reverse type-c USB port, which is a tad bit disappointing because it packs in 2018 from a fancy-looking bezel-less display.
V9’s display is one of the highlights, which will affect you as soon as you take the device out of the box. Correctly, not exactly the same way, because you have to switch the device to see narrow bezels. The company has stated its version of a bezel-less display as ‘Full View 2.0’, which was a part of most mid-range devices of the past year, reflecting the obvious improvement on the ‘Full View’ display.
The effect is deeper after turning off the navigation button on the screen to enable the device’s gesture-based navigation interface. Vivo is claiming 90 percent of the screen-to-body percentages, but it has not come without the top-notch iPhone X. However, I think as much as I thought it did not pay attention to the notch.Although I can not comment on how well I can perform well in terms of visibility under sunlight and other subtle details, the display angle and the color of the design seemed fine in limited time spent with the device. However, I found out that the maximum brightness of the device was due to a slight decrease and a level of shine, even if I changed the viewing angle of the device a bit.
The V9 increased a Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 SOC with an octa-core CPU to 2.2 GHz, which is a step below 636 in the Redmi Note 5 Pro. With 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal memory, VOV added a third space for a micro SD card, supporting cards up to 256 GB.
From the Vivo V9 box, Android 8.1 comes with Orao-based FontOch OS 4.0. Includes AR stickers with Smart Split 3.0 for easy features. V9 also comes with a smart engine, which, according to the company, enhances the performance of the device by managing storage management and app launcher and monitoring user usage.
As part of the Fountive OS 4.0, other improvements have a ‘memories’ feature that has been created in the Gallery app. This text searches the photo and the system will use image recognition to automatically tag the photos. A full-screen ‘Navigation gestures 2.0’ and ‘Gaming for the echoes 5G ultra-fast transmission’ to imitate a gesture-based system fro
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The overall interface of the rounded ap corners with the swipe gestures and quick settings control panel looks similar to Apple’s iOS, I think Vivo believes that the ‘fake arc is the best way to arrive on the device’.
This device will also come with ‘Face Access 2.0’, which will provide better accuracy to unlock the face while giving users the option to unlock the app using their face without the need to screw in any pin, password or pattern can go.
Behind Vivo V9, a 16 MP camera sensor with AP / 2.0 aperture and 5 MP camera sensor sits sensing depth in a vertical system; Again like the camera setup of the iPhone X
However, the Highlight feature of the device is 24 MP camera sensors on the front with F / 2.0 aperture for better cellphones. It is likely to pack a new ‘A Face Face’ feature to ‘actually represent’ the beauty of its users. The company claimed that this device uses artificial intelligence to automatically adjust the camera’s settings. To better understand the situation of gender, age, skin tone, texture and environmental illumination, to create better-looking spouses.
The V9 comes with a variety of ways in the camera software that includes ‘Professional’, ‘Panorama’, ‘Face Beauty’, ‘Take Photo,’ Video ” and ‘AR Sticker’ for back camera and ‘Group Selfie’ In the ‘Panorama’ mode front camera can also record video up to 4k resolution.
At the time of writing, the front camera’s camera quality was good compared to the front camera.
The device plays a ‘triple card slot’ where users have the option of adding dual nano-sim card and micro SD card. V9 will come with a micro USB 2.0 port, OTG access, GPS, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.2 and headphone jack.
Vivo also added 3,260 mAh battery to power the device with a large ‘Full View 2.0’ display.
Vivo has become the first company to offer the first device with the ‘Full View 2.0’ display in the Indian market. In this design, the company is likely to grow in the market with the quality of good design as the plan to capture other companies. Effects from iPhone X and iOS appear in all the hardware and software, I believe that this very poor person, iPhone X (OK, is not so bad that all phones cost 23,000 rupees) It is possible.
It is evident that Vivo is trying to differentiate himself from the iPhone while pushing the envelope, when it comes to the main market of its selfish people. The company continues to increase the number of megapixels on the front camera and this year features features such as AR stickers and Face Access. I still have to spend a lot of time with the device to run a full battery of tests and write a comprehensive review, but this affects me, even though I have spent time with the device, no matter how heavy iPhone X and IOS
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