At the heels of this sleek, experimental Nex 3, Vivo has announced a new phone in the mid-to-high end of this market.
The motorized module also contains an earpiece and an LED that can offer fill lighting.
The pop-up cameras let Vivo deliver a screen without big bezels or a top notch, and the panel at the V17 Pro is great. Is a 6.44-inch 1080p OLED with 100-percent DCI-P3 coverage and also a 20:9 aspect ratio, which are a little taller (or wider in landscape) than many mobiles around. The difference is enormous, but it is noticeable and allows for a larger display that still does feel overly wide across. As you can count on from Vivo.
Additionally an in-display fingerprint sensor
Is a competent installation, but not in love with all the physical arrangement here the rectangular camera bump is located in the middle, with a raised chrome edge which you can feel whenever yore holding the phone. D rather Vivo had retained the cameras at the upper corner, or was able to eliminate the bump entirely as stablemate Oppo has done with the Reno lineup.
Total the V17 Pro is looking solid, but at 29,990 rupees ($422) at India, it could be a tough sell to many beyond hardcore selfie fans and top notch haters. The choice of processor is a little surprising the Snapdragon 675 does punch above its weight, but there are Snapdragon 855 mobiles such as Xiaoms Redmi K20 Pro that cost less than that.