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Vivo V3 and V3Max smartphones launched in India

05 April 2016 1

Today Vivo launched two new budget-friendly devices in Mumbai, India. The Vivo V3 and V3Max roll out with metal unibody, slimmer and sturdier in design and big improvements in performance.

Speaking at the launch, Alex Feng, CEO of Vivo India said

"The V-Series designed with creativity and equipped with state of the art technology will be a landmark for Vivo India. India remains our prime focus and the launch of these models is a testimony to our commitment to cater to the ever growing demand of meticulous customers in India and worldwide. The V3 and V3Max offer an unbeatable position of cutting edge technology, impressive looks, and Hi-Fi music quality in the industry."

The Vivo V3 introduced with a 5-inch , 720p HD display and octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 SoC coupled with a 3GB of RAM, 32GB expandable storage and a battery capacity of 2,550 mAh.

V3Max features a 5.5-inch TFT Full HD display with a dimension of 153.9x77.1x7.58mm, powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC and a massive 4GB of RAM also the battery capacity is upgraded to 3,000 mAh.

Both devices share a decent camera setup with a 13MP main that deliver 0.7-second start-up time and 0.2 seconds for its phase detection autofocus. The fingerprint reader is situated at the rear side of both devices equally fast with a 0.2 second read time.

Other features include a high-quality AK4375 audio chip, LTE connectivity, Dual SIM support and Qualcomm’s QuickCharge 2.0 technology for fast charging.

Vivo V3 will cost $270 and V3Max will be available at​ $360.



Vivo V3 and V3Max smartphones launched in India
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