Vivo V5 to launch with strong camera, octa core processor and fingerprint sensor

Vivo V5 offers RAM of 4 GB, powerful processor and bold battery life

Vivo to launch a new smart phone named Vivo V5 on November 15 that offers moonlight camera in back. The strong rear camera of 13 MP provides premium picture quality and front shooter of 20 MP captures the most amazing moments. Vivo V5 expected to come with a smooth and delicate metal body.

 

Vivo V5

It features 4 GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory that’s expandable upto 128 GB with micro SD card. Vivo V5 equipped with plenty of sensors such as Accelerometer, Ambient light, Proximity, E-Compass sensor and Fingerprint sensor embedded on the home button placed below the display.

It offers fast octa core processor of 1.8 GHz Snapdragon 652 and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow that delivers better performance. It comes with 5.5 inches HD IPS display with resolution of 1280*720 pixels. Work long hours without any hassle with Vivo V5, it supports 3000 mAh battery life and is available in two color variant at a price of Rs.17,980

VivoV5 features, specifications, price, review, launch date and price details

Release Date: – November 2016

Features

  • Smart Phone: – Dual SIM
  • Primary/Rear Camera: – 13 Megapixel moonlight with LED flash
  • Front Camera/Selfie Camera: – 20 Megapixel moonlight with LED flash
  • Display: – 5.5 inches HD IPS screen
  • Battery: – 3000 mAh
  • Storage Memory: – 32 GB
  • Additional Memory: – up to 128 GB with micro SD card
  • RAM: – 4 GB
  • Processor: – 1.8 GHz 64-bit octa core Snapdragon 652
  • Resolution: – 1280 * 720 pixels
  • Operating System: – Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • Sensors: – Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Ambient light, proximity sensor and E-Compass sensor
  • FM Radio: – Yes

About Body: –

  • Weight: – 154 g
  • Dimension: – 153.8 x 75.5 x 7.55  mm in (height x width x thickness)
  • Colors: – Gold and Rose Gold

 Price Range: –

  • Price: – It has been tagged with a price range of Rs.17,980

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