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Who is Vivo?
Smartphone users once used to the faithful few have tons to explore now as more competition springs out of China, particularly in the low to mid-range market. Brands like Vivo have joined the charge. Founded in 2009, Vivo originally stuck to the Chinese scene before expanding to Southeast Asia in 2014. Another expansion in 2020 led the brand to Europe. Today, it’s beginning to position itself as a global competitor for affordable smartphones – if not the occasional innovative flagship. While Vivo does have a flagship series and a number of other product lines, the V series brings great features in cost-effective phones. If solid specs and maximum value for money are high on your priority list, a Vivo phone could be the perfect choice.
Vivo V19: A wealth of features in a budget-friendly package
The Vivo V19 is proof that you don’t need to pay a high price to enjoy a smartphone with great features. Two front cameras, four rear cameras and a 6.44-inch display set the tone for a device that offers plenty of bang for your buck.
Shine bright with a Super Night Selfie
The Vivo V19 takes advantage of its software to rapidly snap 14 photos at varying exposures like a pro, quickly combining them to reduce noise and lift shadows in low-light selfies. AI beautification kicks in to help, giving you a bright and vibrant photo even when lighting conditions aren’t ideal.
Super AMOLED FHD+ display
Who says you need to fork out all your savings for a screen that looks good? The V19 sports a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED FHD+ display that shows every pop of color in style. The screen brightness adjusts automatically to match the ambient lighting and filter blue light, keeping your eyes fresh and creating a more comfortable user experience whether you’re outdoors, under a lamp or in the dark.
FlashCharge your Vivo V19 for a quicker ride to 100%
The Vivo V19’s 4500mAh battery keeps the phone chugging along for longer, giving you more time to stream, share, game and talk before reaching for the power cable. We don’t always have time to wait for a full charge – the V19 heeds our call with 33W FlashCharge 2.0 technology that can pump up your phone from 0 to 70% in as little as 40 minutes. Speedy, right?
A quad rear camera you wouldn’t expect for the price
Sometimes, cutting your budget for a new smartphone means ditching a better camera. But the Vivo V19 is pushing the boundaries of camera performance in a budget-friendly smartphone, with a quad rear camera system that lets you capture every occasion. You didn’t think you could be a pro at photography until you get your hands on this one.
Vivo V19 rear cameras:
- Wide: 48MP, f/1.8
- Ultra wide: 8MP, f/2.2
- Macro: 2MP, f/2.4
- Depth: 2MP, f/2.4
Vivo V19 front cameras:
- Wide: 32MP, f/2.1
- Ultra wide: 8MP, f/2.3
Frequently asked questions about the Vivo V19
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The Vivo V19 has four cameras on the rear and two on the front. The rear cameras are a 48MP wide camera, 2MP bokeh camera, 8MP ultra wide and 2MP macro; the front cameras are a 32MP wide camera and an 8MP ultra wide.
Though it doesn’t have the most extreme specs, the Vivo V19 holds up well for gaming. Performance may vary for games with highly intensive graphics, depending on the title’s specific demands and benchmarks.