Vivo V17 Pro gives Selfies Priority with Dual front Pop-up cameras

Vivo V17 Pro gives Selfies Priority with Dual front Pop-up cameras

Vivo India has just unveiled the much-awaited Vivo V17 Pro smartphone. Vivo V17 Pro is the world's first smartphone to feature a 32MP dual front pop-up camera. But that's not all there's to it; let's find out the rest of the specs!

On the rollout of this new cashback offer for Vodafone Idea new or existing subscribers who get their hands on the Vivo V17 Pro, Avneesh Khosla, Operations Director - Marketing, Vodafone Idea Limited said, "We are happy to offer our valued customers this unique assured buy back offer on the purchase of the newly launched Vivo flagship smartphone - Vivo V17 Pro".

As mentioned before, the elevating selfie camera comes with 2 sensors.

Plus it features very slim 1.75mm side-bezels, with a 3.8mm bottom bezel.

On the quest to achieve the highest uninterrupted screen-to-body ratio we've already had our fair share of insane ideas like wide notches - sorry, Apple - narrow notches, moved to V-shaped and dewdrop ones, did sliders, pop-up or flip cameras, shark fins, display holes and whatnot. This is coupled with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, expandable up to 256GB via microSD card. All these features greatly increase the efficiency of the compiler.

Vivo V17 Pro gives Selfies Priority with Dual front Pop-up cameras
Vivo V17 Pro gives Selfies Priority with Dual front Pop-up cameras

Vivo V17 Pro's front camera is tested to withstand up to 40 kilograms of weight and is protected by Sapphire glass.

The Vivo V17 Pro features an all-screen design, making way for a motorised camera.

If the front camera didn't impress you, then let's have a look at its rear camera setup.

For selfies, the world's first smartphone with a dual pop-up front camera features a 32MP f/2.0 primary sensor and a super-wide 8MP sensor with a 105-degree field of view. The motorized section is also home to an earpiece and an LED that works alongside the Night Selfie mode for lighting faces in low-light environments. Also, the company has upgraded the in-display fingerprint scanner and they now claim 0.37 seconds unlock time.

The dual-SIM Vivo V17 Pro runs Funtouch OS 9.1 based on Android 9 Pie and packs a 6.44-inch full-HD+ (1080 x 2400 pixels) Ultra FullView Super AMOLED display with 20:9 aspect ratio, 91.65 percent screen-to-body ratio, and up to 600 nits of peak brightness. Price and color may vary by region. The smartphone is up for pre-orders from today with its sale starting on September 27. On the back, there is a main 48 MP sensor, a 13 MP telephoto one with 2X zoom, an 8 MP cam with ultra-wide angle lens that doubles as macro shooter and the usual depth cam with a 2 MP sensor.



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