Vivo V3 and Vivo V3 Max were unveiled today in Mumbai, India. These smartphones feature slim metal bodies and deliver enhanced performance capabilities while still maintaining a budget-friendly price tag.
The Vivo V3 sports a 5.5 inch 720p display while an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 chipset resides under the hood. The SD616 SoC is accompanied by 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB on internal memory which is expandable via microSD slot. As far as the camera department is concerned, V3 offers a 13 megapixel rear camera which starts up merely in 0.7 seconds while its phase detection auto focus takes further 0.2 seconds of time before capturing an image. In addition to that, a finger print scanner is embedded in the rear panel of the handset which delivers amazing performance with 0.2 seconds of read time. Moreover the Vivo V3 features an amazing AK4375 audio chip along with Dual SIM, Quick Charge and LTE support. Last but not the least, the handset measures precisely 143.6x71x7.5mm.
Moving on to the larger variant, Vivo V3 Max, which features a 5.5 inch FullHD display covered with 2.5D glass. V3 Max comes with a more powerful, Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 chipset and 4 GB of RAM. In addition to that, an upgraded, 3000 mAh battery provides the juice. Rest of the features are similar to the standard V3, a 13 megapixel rear camera which starts up merely in 0.7 seconds while its phase detection auto focus takes further 0.2 seconds of time before capturing an image. In addition to that, a similar finger print scanner is embedded in the rear panel of the handset. V3 Max features the same AK4375 audio chip along with Dual SIM, Quick Charge and LTE support while it measures precisely 153.9×77.1×7.58mm.
Both, the Vivo V3 and Vivo V3 Max will be launched in China, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar and Indonesia. Customers residing in the aforementioned countries will be able to get their hands on Vivo V3 for $270 while the Max variant will sent them back approximately $360. Stay tuned for the latest news.
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