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The vivo V17 Pro is the epitome of the current trends ruling Chinese smartphone manufacturing. It has a large pop-up piece for the selfie camera, which allows it to provide a bezel-less experience. It's got an immersive OLED screen. It's got more cameras than you can shake a stick at, and their combined megapixel count is through the roof. The UI is colorful, and so is the back panel. The number 17 in the phone's name suggests its in its seventeenth generation already (not true), and it is a catchy number. So yes, the V17 Pro looks like a swiss toy knife, and some might argue it may be a bit too much. We say - why not?
The V17 Pro comes six months after the V15 Pro and brings few but intriguing upgrades. The V17 retains the cool design, the powerful Snapdragon 675 chip, and the cutout-free display, now with even taller 20:9 aspect.
New to the V17 are the second ultrawide camera on the pop-up selfie piece and the zoom snapper on the back. Other important updates are the switch to USB-C port (finally!), a bit larger battery, and 8GB of RAM - up from 6GB on the V15.
Last, but not least important, the dual Gorilla Glass 6 design surely adds value to the already jam-packed with features V17 Pro.
The quad-camera at the back of the vivo V17 Pro is probably its key-feature, but the cutout-free OLED should be considered as a major selling point, too. We would have liked a chip upgrade, say Snapdragon 730, but the 675 is still quite powerful, so we won't hold it against the V17. But this will surely affect the decision-making of those thinking of upgrading from V15 to V17 and not in a good way.
The V17 Pro comes packed in a stylish black paper box, and it contains the V17 Pro itself, a USB-C cable, and an 18W charger.
Inside, you'll also find a rather premium looking in-ear headset with mic and volume controls. There is also a thick white plastic case for protection. Unfortunately, this case is a nightmare to snap and an even bigger horror to remove.
Finally, the V17 Pro comes with factory-applied protectors on both screen and back, which is a nice touch.
Really?? I just read a same comment complaining about the charging duration.. Im currently using the phone and it only took me like 65-75 minutes to fully charge..
Reallyyy?? Im currently using the phone and it only took me like 65 minutes
The worst phone ever i bought it and in less than 2 months technical issues. In Fact they are thieves.....they sole my kshs. 40,000. I hate them