vivo V7+ in for review

Yordan, 12 November 2017

vivo might be a relatively new company, but in its eight years of existence, it managed to reach the global Top 5. A testament to its success is the sponsorship deal with FIFA for the next two World Cup tournaments.

Its latest phone, the vivo V7+, promises to deliver Greater Selfie thanks to its 24 MP front cam. We got it in the office to see if the device lives up to the slogan.

The first thing you notice with the front camera and is the clarity of the selfies. The photos are crisp and full of color in bright light. The LED flash on the front well to boost selfie quality in the dark as well.

Just in: vivo V7+ hands-on

One thing that bothered us is the HDR mode. We will investigate further as the review progresses, but it appears to be producing oversaturated and underexposed photos.

Fans of Beauty filters will also be pleased with the vivo V7+. You can remove blemishes and even make your face paler or rosier, if you are not satisfied with your skin color.

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Auto HDR Off • Auto HDR On • Beauty On / Portrait On • Beauty On / Portrait Off

The main camera has 16 MP sensor and supports modes like slow-mo, timelapse and Ultra HD. The last one is quite intriguing - it takes 64 MP images by merging four frames into one. Compared with the 16 MP photos, these deliver more details, but don't allow the use of flash, HDR and filters.

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Auto HDR off • Auto HDR On • Ultra HD On

The vivo V7+ is a device for the young and fashion-conscious consumers, as described by Kenny Zeng, CMO of Vivo India. Our task as we work on the review is to see to what extent such claims are valid.


Reader comments

  • AnonD-715774
  • 14 Nov 2017
  • U@H

I am quite happy with the 4 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM, dual SIMS and 24 MP front camera.

  • Anonymous
  • 14 Nov 2017
  • t7X

I'd rather go with Nova2i/Mate 10lite. Plastic and no software update? gosshh.. its just like f5. both are not worthy

  • Bewildered
  • 13 Nov 2017
  • LaT

When it's 24Mp for the main camera, it may be the only selling point 24Mp for a selfie camera is too much The phone may / may not have settings so you can adjust the resolution, 5Mp to 8Mp is Imo enough, there has to be a point when you hav...

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