.After some delay due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Vivo has finally launched Vivo V19 in India amid pandemic. Vivo V17 was rebranded as Vivo V19 with some major changes, which was launched in Indonesia back in 2019. The V19 featuring front dual camera setup on the top of a punch-hole display, AMOLED FHD+ display, Snapdragon 712, 8GB RAM, and many others.
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Vivo V19 display & specs
The phone houses a 6.44″ inches FullHD+ AMOLED display(2400x1080p) with a punch hole at the top right corner. That contains a dual selfie camera setup consists of a 32MP + 8MP sensor. While on the rear a Quad camera setup is present consists of a 48MP f/1.79 sensor, 8MP wide-angle f/2.2 sensor. While the rest two of them are 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP sensor for macro photography. Under the hood, there is a Qualcomm’s snapdragon 712 10nm SoC octa-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz.
The phone comes with variants 8GB RAM(LPDDR4x) and 128GB internal storage(UFS 2.1) and 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage(UFS 2.1) space. It runs on Android 10 on the top of Funtouch OS 10. Furthermore, it will be available in two color options “Gleam Black” and “Sleek Silver”.
There is a 4500mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. The company claims 0-54% in just 30minutes of charging. In terms of connectivity, it includes USB Type-C, Hybrid SIM slot, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, dual-band Wi-Fi, OTG, and others.
Additional features including Ultra Game Mode that leads to an increase in FPS stability which is helpful for constant FPS in gaming.
Pricing & availability
The sale may starts from 15th May onwards, the base variant(8GB/128GB) costs ₹27,990 Indian rupees, while the top variant(8GB/256GB) cost ₹31,990 Indian rupees. Pricing is OK as compared to its features however it adds external storage expansion support up to 512GB and Liquid copper tubbing as cooling tech. The phone will be available on all Flipkart, Amazon, and across all e-commerce sites as well as offline retail stores.
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