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Vivo V7+ review – SD 450 powered

Vivo V7+ review – SD 450 powered

Vivo launched the Vivo V7+ handset in India for Rs. 21,990. Here is the Vivo V7+ (Vivo V7 Plus) review. This review covers all the imperative viewpoints that one would consider/necessities to consider before purchasing a handset.

Almost certainly Vivo phones are expensive however you need a little or should I say byte of mind to understand that equipment could conceivably be awful and it has neither rhyme nor reason arriving at a conclusion just by analyzing analyzing the price tag.

Having said that the Vivo V7+ is a very good handset, it is powered by Snapdragon 450 and V7+ is the first handset to accompany this Chipset in India. Performance is smooth, slack free, scarcely warms up and the screen of 5.9 inches with 1440 x 720 pixels give a different utilization experience.

Vivo V7+ review – SD 450 powered

Vivo V7+ features, specifications

Inside the box (unboxing the Vivo V7+) :  Handset, user manual, data cable (USB – Micro USB), Travel Charger 5V/2A, SIM ejector Pin

SAR : 1.18

Body : Build and finishing is very good, handset comes with Metallic finishing, curvy edges and comfortable to hold and use. There are silver parallel lines on top / bottom that blends well with the black color body

SIM Type : Nano SIM + Nano SIM + Micro SD card slot (triple slot)

Weight and Dimensions : 164 grams, 7.70mm thick

Screen  :  5.9 inches, 1440 x 720 pixels resolution with 2.5D curved glass. 18:9 aspect ratio. Color reproduction, viewing angles are very good

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Connectivity :  4G, VoLTE, WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth

Sensors : Accelerometer, Proximity, light, magnetic, gyro sensor, hall and step

LED Notification : Yes

OTG : Yes supported (you need to enable OTG from settings – and if OTG is not used for 5 minutes it gets disabled)

RAM : 4 GB (about 2GB free on first boot)

ROM : 64 GB (about 52GB free on first boot)

Micro SD : Yes 256 GB MAX

OS : FunTouchOS 3.2 based on Android Nougat 7.1.2

Vivo V7+ Performance

Vivo V7+ review – SD 450 poweredCPU :  Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 Octa Core 1.4 GHz

GPU :  Adreno 506 GPU

Heating : Low

Max Battery Temperature : 34 degrees

Execution was smooth, no slacks and handset scarcely warmed up.

Vivo V7+ Benchmark

Vivo V7+ review – SD 450 powered



Antutu : 59179/ 11022

NenaMark3 :  59.4fps (3-5)

Multi Touch : 10 points

Disk Speed :  262 MB/s read  and 236 MB/s write

Vivo V7+ Gaming Review

I played Asphalt 8 and Modern Combat 5 both games did well, were smooth and no lags.

Vivo V7+ Camera  Review

Vivo V7+ review – SD 450 powered

Rear Camera : 16MP, auto focus, PDAF, flash, f/2.0

Front Camera : 24MP f/2.0, Moonlight Flash

Video Recording : 1080p (FHD) resolution

I have done reviews of many Vivo phones and as a rule the front camera is constantly better, however on this Vivo V7+ even the back camera is very impressive. Camera quality is amazing. The front camera no uncertainty makes an incredible showing with regards to, also has the beautification mode.

In addition for the front single camera in the camera application there is a portrait bokeh mode that catches pictures in DSLR style with Bokeh background.

Vivo V7+  Battery Review


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Vivo V7+ review – SD 450 powered

Battery capacity : 3225 mAh (non-removable)

Charging Time : Charge – 2 hours using the charger provided 0 to 100%

Battery Life : 7 to 8 hours non-stop (moderate to heavy)

Daily usage battery life : One to One and a Half days of mixed usage

Battery Test Results

Battery Temp at idle : 31 degrees

Running Benchmark app :  15 minutes / 3% / 33 degrees

Mc5 + Asphalt 8  game play : 29 minutes / 6% / 34 degrees

FHD video playback with full brightness (WiFi /4G on) :  24 minutes / 5% / 34 degrees



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