A popular smartphone OEM in China and India, Vivo is another of those brands with great hardware that is not always directly available in international markets. In this article, we’re going to look at the best Vivo phones in different price ranges to help you choose the perfect solution for your pocket.
Vivo X60 Pro Plus 5G
The X60 Pro Plus is a smartphone that is only available in limited countries, but it’s the pinnacle of what Vivo sells, and a valid competitor too Samsung phones and other Android manufacturers, both in terms of specs and design for consumer phones. The front of the device has a 6.56-inch FHD + 120 Hz curved AMOLED display (peak brightness of 1,300 nits), which is supported by a 4,200 mAh battery with 55 W flash charge.
To meet your processing and storage needs, the OEM uses the Snapdragon 888 in conjunction with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Vivo is also working with lens maker Zeiss to improve imaging performance, which can be seen in the quad camera configuration on the back, which features a 50 MP GN1 sensor, a 48 MP ultra-wide gimbal Sensor, a 32 MP portrait lens and an 8 MP lens includes a periscope lens with 60x digital zoom. There is a 32 MP sensor on the front for your selfie needs.
The X60 Pro Plus is the best device that Vivo has to offer in its product range. The packaged Snapdragon 888 and camera system make for a great smartphone experience.
Vivo X60 Pro 5G
The X60 Pro is, as the name suggests, another phone from the X60 series, but is a step below the Pro Plus in some hardware components. It has a similar-looking 6.56-inch FHD + 120 Hz curved AMOLED display (which doesn’t get as bright as the Pro Plus) and uses a 4,200 mAh cell. But it can only be charged with a maximum of 33W.
This model also uses an improved Snapdragon 870 processor (something like a newer Snapdragon 865) and bundles together 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. The camera system on this phone is very different from the Pro Plus. It only has three sensors on the back. The 48 MP sensor is the same as that of the Pro Plus and has the gimbal system, and the other two are a 13 MP ultra wide and a 13 MP portrait lens. The front has the same 32 MP sensor.
X60 Pro is the second best device that Vivo unveiled in 2021. It packages the Snapdragon 870 to provide stable performance, and its camera system is just below the X60 Pro Plus.
Vivo X50 Pro Plus 5G
Next on this list is last year’s flagship, the X50 Pro Plus. This device also has a similar 6.56-inch FHD + curved AMOLED panel and is powered by a 4,350 mAh cell. Here the charging speed is limited to 44W. The device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. The camera system has a 50 MP primary sensor, a 32 MP portrait lens, a 13 MP wide angle macro lens and a 13 MP periscope telephoto lens. The front uses a standard 32MP which can be seen on other phones of the brand.
While the X50 Pro Plus was last year’s flagship, it still offers one of the more comprehensive feature sets in 2021. If you want a premium experience and aren’t interested in the latest specs, this is the place to go.
Vivo X50 Pro 5G
One notch below the X50 Pro Plus sits the X50 Pro, but don’t write it off as it has one of Vivo’s better camera configurations and it featured the first version of the X60 series gimbal system. This model features the 6.56-inch FHD + curved AMOLED panel we saw earlier, although the refresh rate is limited to 90 Hz here. The included battery is a 4,315 mAh cell, but like the X60 Pro, the charging speed is limited to 33 W.
Daily use is provided by a Snapdragon 765G, bundled with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. If you focus on the camera system, you’ll see a 48 MP main camera that uses a custom Sony IMX598 to enable gimbal functionality. This is followed by a 13 MP portrait lens, an 8 MP periscope telephoto lens (with 60x zoom) and an 8 MP wide-angle macro lens.
The X50 Pro may be a step below the Pro Plus, but it is a phone that incorporates one of the most innovative camera systems we’ve seen lately, with a gimbal system built into the primary sensor to detect irregular movements in photos or videos reduce videos.
Vivo X50 5G
With the import of smartphones comes a higher selling price. So if you’re looking for a Vivo device under $ 600, the standard X50 is a decent option. On the front is a flat 6.56-inch FHD + AMOLED display that updates at 90 Hz. The phone uses a 4,200 mAh cell that can quickly charge 33W, which should keep you going for a full day because of the efficient Snapdragon 765G processor.
It offers 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage, of which the high-resolution images from the rear quad camera system and the 32 MP front shooter are stored. The rear camera array includes a 48 MP wide angle sensor, a 13 MP telephoto lens, an 8 MP ultra wide angle lens, and a 5 MP macro camera.
Vivo’s flagship phones all have a curved display, but if you were looking for a flat panel display without sacrificing a high-quality finish and powerful hardware, the X50 is the device of choice.
I live V21 5G
For those interested in getting the best front camera performance possible, the V21 is a phone to watch as it has an optically stabilized 44 MP front sensor. While higher numbers don’t always result in better image quality, hardware for dealing with erratic motion that can cause noise in a photo is a welcome addition. Aside from the camera sensor, you’ll see a 6.44-inch FHD + AMOLED panel refreshing 90Hz on the front of this phone.
It uses a 4,000 mAh cell that can quickly charge 33W, and the processing on this device is the Dimensity 800U. The device has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage for apps to work well and for storing photos you take. The rear view camera system consists of a triple array consisting of a 64 MP primary sensor supported by an 8 MP wide angle lens and a 2 MP super macro camera.
Vivo V21 is the device to choose if you are looking for a device powered by MediaTek’s line of Dimensity processors. The OIS enabled selfie camera is also a major selling point to keep an eye out for when good front camera performance is essential.
I live Y70
If you’re looking for a decent looking device without breaking the bank, the Vivo Y70 is a phone that gets the bill. It has a 6.44-inch FHD + AMOLED display and is powered by a 4,100 mAh cell with 33 W fast charge. A Snapdragon 665 processor bundled with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage copes with everyday use. The camera array on the back has three sensors, the highlight of which is a 48-megapixel main camera. The remaining two are a 2MP macro and a 2MP bokeh lens. On the front is a 16-megapixel shooter that can use software effects activated by Vivo’s camera algorithms.
The Vivo Y70 is an all-round package worth considering if you need a good looking device that doesn’t compromise on performance and doesn’t weigh on your wallet.
Vivo Y72 5G
If you’ve noticed so far, every Vivo phone has a cell capacity of 4,000 mAh to 4,300 mAh, but if you need the best endurance possible, the Vivo Y72 is an option to add to your list. This model has a 6.58-inch FHD + LCD panel and uses a 5,000 mAh battery with 18 W fast charge. The device has a Snapdragon 480 processor with low power consumption (with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage) to extract the greatest possible screen runtime. The camera system consists of three sensors on the back, a 64 MP primary, an 8 MP ultra wide angle and a 2 MP macro lens, while the front has a 16 MP shooter.
The Vivo Y72 is the device to choose if you are looking for a phone that is ideal for scrolling through various social media platforms. The Snapdragon 480 5G processor ensures that your device manages its resources to give you the most screen time possible.
I live Y20s
Last on this list is the Vivo Y20s, a budget smartphone perfect for those who don’t need their phone a lot. It has a 6.51-inch HD + panel that is powered by a 5,000 mAH cell and can be charged with up to 18 W of power. The Snapdragon 460 chipset fulfills the processing requirements with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. The camera system consists of a 13 MP main lens, a 2 MP macro camera and a 2 MP bokeh sensor on the back. The front uses an 8MP shooter.
The Vivo Y20s is the cheapest smartphone on this list and, consistent with its price, the device is capable of handling any simple task you ask. The HD + panel and 5,000 mAh battery are also a combination that will last you a full day or more.
With that we end our compilation of the best smartphones You can shop at Vivo at a variety of prices. That X60 Pro Plus is definitely the best phone they offer and if you don’t mind their Android version it is worth considering.
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