Anonymous, 12 Apr 2020I have it and it's good enough Its display is remarkable for a middle-range phone, its proces... moreThank you for your feedback. I was thinking lf getting this phone after my samsung a70 gave up on me... I am tired of samsung's cliche of issues, so I want to change to another brand. Either this or V20 SE model.
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2020Actually no... Snapdragon 665 not very powerfulEh yeah now I realise that if unfortunately true. Still, though, it's not slow in any stretch. For regular users up to low- medium intensity gamers this chip will fare just ok. Anything from medium intensity games upwards might have to set graphics lower or get a Snapdragon 720G/ 730G/ 765G/ 768G/ 690.
It has a new update where the cameras now can capture 1080p 60fps video
I have it and it's good enough
Its display is remarkable for a middle-range phone, its processing speed it up to par with its low price, and its cameras are neat, but they really need sufficient lighting. In the evenings, it doesn't seem to capture so well. No 5G, no nightmode cameras, but otherwise OK. It still has a headphone jack (3.5mm), and its microphone is SUPER underrated. It is excellent, and it picks up my guitar sounds good enough for YouTube, if I say so myself. Its noise cancelling microphones are really good.
It has many useful features that do make sense. It has a built-in screen recorder (super nice), not too many bloat apps, and it has its own Vivo store that can download many apps and even an older version of Minecraft. I think it was in preparation for Google's abandonment of Vivo.
muhib shah, 14 Jan 2020Correct me if i am wrong is not the processor snapdragon 665 really old?????No, it is not. SD665 was released just under a year ago.
Correct me if i am wrong is not the processor snapdragon 665 really old?????
It's available in the Philippines right now. Groups of 7 salespersonell will stalk you in Manila malls (Ayala, Marikina, Santa Lucia etc.)