Vivo V11 released in Nepal
Vivo releases Nepal’s first phone with the fingerprint scanner integrated into the display. The new V11 is another addition to Vivo’s V series. V11 is the successor of V9 which was a pretty good phone itself. V11’s price in Nepal is expected to be within 45000 to 50000. It was announced in September of 2018.
Vivo has killed it with the finish. V11 is subtle but surprising. Its glossy back is very attractive to look at. However, it lacks a glass back. It has a color changing element like the honor 10 depending on the angle. Although V11 looks stunning but it is plastic grade and the back has a slight flex to it when applied pressure. On the contrary, the featherweight design and super AMOLED display make is a formidable device.
The phone has a great form factor, perfectly aligned dual camera set up at the back. The rounded corners add to the beauty of the phone. And the most eye-catching feature of the phone is the unique notch up on the front. The notch is very small compared to the iPhone X, Pocophone f1. The notch has only place for the front-facing camera.
Vivo V1 runs on fun touch OS as the default launcher. Vivo calls this phone a flagship-grade hardware but it’s not quite there as the phone does its processing with the Snapdragon 660, which is a midtier chip from Qualcomm. In addition to that, the battery size is also just above average. In spite of these minor setback, the phone performs surprisingly well straight out of the box. V11 offers fast unlocking through face unlock and also through fingerprint scanner which is, in fact, a bit slower.
The most fascinating and interesting feature of this phone would be, without a doubt, the in-glass fingerprint scanner. It is the same a the one on the Vivo Nex i.e. the Vivo’s 2018 flagship but at a more affordable price.
Vivo’s most of the market has gone to the camera sector and looking at the V11, we can tell the improvement. The 25 MP front facing camera can possibly be the best selfie camera out there. It doesn’t overexpose the images which many phones are a victim too and has a backlight HDR mode which turns on when your background is brighter than your foreground and minimizes the loss in details. Also in low light, the phone uses automatic brightness compensation to reimburse for the low light.
Specifications of Vivo V11:
|Launch In Nepal||september 2018|
|Dimension||157.9 x 75 x 7.9 mm|
|Colors Available||Starry Night, Dazzling Gold, Nebula|
|Resolution||1080 x 2340 pixels|
|Processor type||Qualcomm Snapdragon 660|
|Expandable Storage type||microSD|
|Rear Camera||12, and 5 megapixel|
|Front Camera||25 megapixel|
|Operating system||Android 8.1 Oreo|
|Wi-Fi Type||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
|Bluetooth||Yes, version 5.00|
|Number of SIMs||2|
|Supports 4G in Nepal||Yes|
|Supports 4G in Nepal||Yes|
V11 price in Nepal
V11 is a midtier phone and has significantly cheaper than the Note 9, and slightly expensive than the likes of Mi A2. Its price is 400$ and V11’s price in Nepal is expected to be between Rs.45,000 and 50,000.