After launching Vivo V11 Pro, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has launched yet another iteration of the V11 series that is the basic Vivo V11 in India. The smartphone will be available for sales on Thursday, September 27 onwards and will be available at Flipkart, Vivo E-Store, and few other selected offline stores. The Vivo V11 sports a waterdrop-shaped tiny notch which resembles more to Essential Phones.
About the specifications, it sports a 6.3-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display with screen resolution of 1080×2340 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9. Further, Vivo has launched the V11 with a 2.2 GHz Mediatek Helio P60 processor bundled with 6GB RAM which takes it to the budget category of smartphones similar to Honor Play and Huawei P20 Lite, etc. The internal storage available is 64GB which can be further expanded to 256Gb using a dedicated microSD card slot.
The specs concerning the optics are more than average with its rear dual-camera setup placed vertically on the left side with 16MP and 5MP depth sensor while the front camera embedded in the tiny notch has a 25MP sensor with AI support that alters the settings depending upon light and other factors. Overall, the smartphone has features such as HDR mode, AI face shaping technology, scene recognition, AI portrait framing and others.
The smartphone sports an Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box with the skin of Vivo’ Funtoch OS 4.5 and it might receive an Android Pie update (unofficial, not confirmed yet). Further, we have a 3,315 mAh battery under its hood with 18W quick-charging capability among other connectivity features.
The smartphone has been launched with the price tag of Rs 22,990 but there are a lot of offers that buyers can enjoy. It includes No-cost EMI from HDFC, Capital First, Bajaj Finance, starting at Rs 1,533/-. Other offers include an additional 2,000/- cashback on Flipkart on exchange and a Rs 2,000/- cashback on Paytm if purchase using Paytm Mall QR code in any offline outlets followed by Rs 2,000/- discount on HDFC Bank debit and credit cards and a lot more.
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