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    Vivo V5 review

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    Today i am providing you vivo v5 review.
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    Vivo V5 review.
    Display and Design 
    The first thing in Vivo V5 has grabs the attention is its stylish looks and it's rich feel. However, the front, especially at the bottom, is similar to OnePlus 3. It has sleek form factor having a 7.55mm slim body with curved edges and shiny lines running along the edges.
    The front panel of Vivo V5 has a 5.5 inch 720 x 1280 pixels IPS display with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass. The display also supports an ‘Eye Protection Mode’ feature that filters out blue light to protect vision and prevents eye strain.  the Front-facing camera is the left side of the earpiece and the Moonlight flash is on the right side, above the screen. The Micro USB port, mic, 3.5mm audio jack and speaker holes are elegantly carved at the bottom.
    Camera
    As the V5 is best known for their selfie lovers, so first we talk about the 20Mp front facing camera. It is capable of delivering amazing selfie shots. The camera has a Sony IMX 376 sensor with F/2.0 aperture and 5P lens. We have used the phone for capturing the selfies in different light conditions and it impressed us. The selfies come out have good detailing and colors also look natural. The front camera has LED flash, which Vivo is calling Moonlight flash. As compared to regular flashes coming in the phones the Moonlight flash is different. It not going to  burnt out or gives unnatural effect in your pictures in the low light. The flashlight allows you to take selfie shots with natural colors even when the lighting condition is not good. The front camera also has Face Beauty 6.0 mode to soften the skin tone while you take selfie shots.
    The Vivo V5 at the back side has 13MP PDAF rear camera with flash. The camera can be activated in as little as 0.7 seconds which is really true, thanks to its 4GB RAM. Due to PDAF technology, the camera of this device is able to autofocus on the objects faster than the smartphone cameras without PDAF technology. The pictures captured by the camera are bright with good detailing and there is no shutter lag. The camera app comes with different shooting modes such as Face Beauty, Panorama, HDR, Night, Motion Track, Filter, Watermark and more.
    Software
    Vivo’s FunTouch 2.6 OS skin is wrapped around Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow). There are few elements in the FunToch OS which are similar to iPhone like shortcuts by swiping the lower panel , spotlight search, and no app drawer.
     Vivo V5 also has a split-screen 2.0 mode feature like the Vivo V3Max, which allows you to use different apps simultaneously after splitting the screen. This feature works fine without any glitches but it does not seem much beneficial to us.  The UI offers smart gesture features such as smart wake where you can type letters on display to open predefined apps like ‘c’ for dialer, ‘m’ to play music, ‘w’ to open WhatsApp, etc. Also if you can off/on the display by double tapping on it to have a quick glance of notifications.
    Performance
    Under the casing, the Vivo V5 is powered by a 1.5GHz Octa-core 64bit processor. On the other hand, for doing multitasking it has a 4GB RAM with 32GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 128GB. We used this phone for more than 4 days and played lots of videos and games on it. We tried some common games to heavy graphics consuming games such as Asphalt 8, but we didn’t find any noticeable lag or glitches while running them with almost multiple apps running in the background.
    The Vivo V5 home cum fingerprint scanner works better than expected and actually unlocks the device instantly in about 0.2 sec. You can add multiple fingerprints if your device is being used by more than one person. Moreover, the fingerprint sensor is water Resistant that means you do not have to worry about your wet fingers while using the sensor.
    With the AK4376 dedicated Hi-Fi audio chip, it gives you clear and boosted audio in both headphones and speakers. The inbuilt speaker was really enough loud to enjoy the music. With a 3,000mAh battery, we able to get one and half day backup on normal usage. However, the smartphone technology is moving towards the USB C type port whereas Vivo V5 still has the microUSB port which is a great downside of the phone. you have to carry its own charger all the time around with you to gets its fast charging benefit. In our battery test, we ran a 720p video and it provides us 6 hours & 15 minutes at full volume & brightness.
    In the last i tell what i find cons and pron in it.
    Prons.
    • Impressive detailed high quality selfies with 20MP Sony camera sensor
    • Lots of RAM and fair internal storage
    • Smooth gaming experience
    • Good quality pics with primary camera
    • Big HD 2.5D Curved IPS Display
    • Gorilla Glass screen protection
    • Faster Fingerprint unlocking access in just 0.2 seconds
    • Good battery Backup
    • Dual SIM 4G with VoLTE Support
    • Good music experience with dedicated Hi-Fi audio chip
    • Split-screen multitasking with Smart Split 2.0
    • Eye Protection Mode - This unique feature filters out blue light to protect your vision and prevent eye strain
    • Slim and very lightweight
    • Good Octa-core processor for Multitasking
    • Perfectly molded metal body made out of aluminum-magnesium alloy feel sturdy
    Cons
    • The battery is not user replaceable
    • Average pixel density (PPI)
    • Hybrid SIM 2 Slot

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