Vivo is a young and energetic global smartphone brand focused on introducing industry-leading sound quality and amazing design with cutting edge technology to users. Vivo continuously highlights its dynamic, enthusiastic and fashionable innovations in developing electronic products. Vivo is recently cited in the top 5 mobile phone manufacturers according to IDC’s first quarter 2016 statistics.
Here’s what’s inside the box of Vivo V3:
- Charger with USB camble
- Start guide pamphlet
- Sim card pin
- Vivo V3 case
- and, Vivo V3 unit
I’ve seen Vivo Mobile phone before and it’s very sleek and gold-y that time because they have recently released the gold Vivo V3 Max. And just now they have released a Rose Gold colour of their Vivo V3 which will surely catch a woman’s heart because of its sophisticated and girly colour.
The body of V3 is a very stylish zircon sand-coated metallic unibody and 2.5D glass edges and metal frame. You can also see at the back their metal logo which is very sleek.
By the way it’s a mid-range mobile phone, but has a very sophisticated and sleek look.
The Display, User Interface and Apps
Vivo V3’s display 5” IPS OGS LCD (1280×720) and what’s more interesting is that when I go outside the brightness level will automatically adjust and it will adjust again when indoor. The user interface is smooth and very liquid-y and the screen is somewhat looks like iOS. There are also apps that very unique to Vivo V3 like: Easy Share and Compass.
Vivo V3’s UI (User Interface)
I use Antutu Battery Benchmarking to check how strong Vivo V3’s battery. I set this at 50% battery level since my battery during that time is 60% only. It scored 3,512 in Antutu Battery Benchmarking and lasted just 30 minutes.
We use Antutu Benchmark version 6.1.4 to do the bench marking and to check Vivo V3 performance. Vivo V3 scored 39,524 on Antutu Benchmarking and scored 13,433 on HTML benchmarking. Please see HTML game test, CSS Test, Canvas test and the multi touch test.
The Camera and Sample Photos
The camera of Vivo V3 is 13 MP for the rear one and 8 MP front camera. Here are also some sample photo + what other options available on Vivo V3’s camera can user do.
Other Camera options:
- Finger Print sensor
- 5” IPS OGS LCD (1280×720)
- 4G LTE
- Octa Core Snapdragon 616 processor
- 3GB Ram / 32GB Internal Memory (expandable up to 128GB)
- 13MP Rear Camera and 8MP Front Camera
- 2550 mAh battery
- dual sim
- powered by Funtouch 2.5 OS powered by Android Lollipop 5.1
The Vivo experience
I enjoyed using Vivo for 2 weeks and what I really like about it is that in just .1 seconds I open it up using the finger scanner. I also love the colour which is very girly and sophisticated + it has a case with ever package which is very cool. Then my youngest drop the question would you change your mobile brand to Vivo?
I told him that if I have a chance to use it why not, but I can have it or I can use for my second phone. The camera is very tricky for me since I am so used to my personal phone, but I love how Vivo strive to keep up with the leading android phones in the market and love how to manage to up bring their game specially that Filipinos have fear of China made phones. Vivo V3 is just a mid-range phone what more can Vivo do if they offer a much higher and much sophisticated phone? I really like that they can do screen like of the iOS. The battery is not for a heavy user like me though their better is just 2,000 mAh for this unit.
Overall, I would recommend this phone to people who wants to have a sleek and sophisticated phone which will offer them affordability and a very usable phone. This is priced at 11,900 and now they have discounted it for less P2,000 so grab one now because it’s just P9,900!
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