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Vivo has finally optimized and refined its FuntouchOS. The most recent form of the product brings major UI upgrades — it is less jumbled, there’s a dark mode, that has at last moved to the top from base. It has consistently been incredibly badly designed to have the notice plate at the base of the screen; the most recent FunTouchOS tackles this issue.
Most Vivo V-arrangement smartphones look great, yet given they are generally valued high one generally hopes to receive a premium plan consequently. The majority of the past Vivo V-arrangement gadgets — in spite of the costly sticker price — had a plastic back. With the V19, Vivo has finally moved to glass.
Vivo has worked admirably on the structure front. The cell phone dissimilar to its forerunner — Vivo V17 — looks tasteful, smooth, and worth the cost of Rs 27,999. The last V-arrangement smartphone that I adored was the V15 and now the V17 has finally figured out how to snatch that place. The gloss finish adds to the style.
The camera configuration looks entirely similar to the Galaxy S20 arrangement however yet I offer it to Vivo for in any event taking a stab at something new with this one as opposed to passing by its old technique of propelling smartphones with nearly a similar plan and a couple of changes to a great extent. The general plan of the V19 looks flawless however a few times registers fingerprint marks. Along these lines, utilize the smartphone with the case that accompanies the container.
Other than the structure, what makes the Vivo V19 marginally more engaging is its weight and the shocking presentation. In spite of pressing a gigantic 4500mah battery, Vivo V17 weighs so light that you can scarcely feel the heaviness of the smartphone on your hand. This again is not normal for the last, not many Vivo V-arrangement smartphones. The gadget feels quite smaller and is very simple to use with only one hand. The Super AMOLED show of the Vivo smartphone gets brilliant in all lighting conditions. The review edges are additionally entirely acceptable.
Presently, how about we come to what the Vivo V arrangement is mostly known for — its camera. Vivo’s V arrangement cell phones have consistently been camera cantered and the new V arrangement isn’t any exemption. It has four cameras at the back — the first time in a V-arrangement cell phone — and double selfie shooters on the front that sits inside the punch opening — again just because. Some might state smartphones evaluated a lot of lower offer 64MP quad-camera setup while Vivo V19 brings a 48MP quad-camera setup.

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