Vivo V9 To Launch Soon | Rumoured To Be Priced at 23,700
Vivo V9, reputed to dispatch on 27 March, will, actually, be coming to India on 23 March. They’ve rescheduled the occasion, most likely to streamline it with the dispatch that is planned for Thailand on 22 March.
Speculations about which smartphone will come into the Indian cell phone showcase one week from now was subdued by Vivo India. The organization has been prodding the market with pictures of a dual camera smartphone that has a bezel less body, without expressly saying that it’s the V9. On 14 March they at long last tweeted that it’s unquestionably the V9.
Obviously, the vertical situation of the back camera and the indent show are certainly outline components that have been taken from Apple however the telephone appears to be fascinating, in any case.
They’ve posted a ‘testing’ page on the official site where the smartphone is estimated at Rs 1. There is just a single variation recorded so far including 2GB RAM and 8GB stockpiling, accessible in dark and gold. The site will likewise have a money down choice to make things less demanding.
The smartphone isn’t accessible in some other market all inclusive so it’s difficult to estimate about how much the gadget will cost. Be that as it may, a posting of the Vivo V9 on an Indonesian internet business website demonstrates the gadget estimated at IDR 4,999,000, which around Rs 23,700.
That same posting indicates that the smartphone will come will a 6-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen running on a Snapdragon 660 chipset, 4GB RAM and 64GB stockpiling controlled by a quick charging 3250mAh battery.
The smartphone’s optics appear to be especially intriguing with a 24MP wide-edge selfie camera and a 12MP, 8MP double back camera. A wide-edge front camera is turning into a pattern in leader smartphones and assuming control over the net with foundation obscured selfies, called the ‘Bokeh’ impact. We’ll need to sit tight for the dispatch to decide if Vivo incorporates this innovation into their selfie camera.
Out-of-the-crate, the smartphone will keep running on Android 8.0 Oreo layered under the FunTouch 4.0 OS, Vivo’s own working framework.
All things considered, appears like an awesome telephone at its cost point yet with the cell phone advertise getting more forceful in India, one never knows how things may play out.