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VIVO V11 PRO REVIEW

Doubtlessly every time either Oppo or Vivo acquire some sort of a distinct advantage in the cell phone industry, both the organizations endeavor to exceed one another. At the point when Vivo drew out the simple first fly out camera cell phone called Vivo NEX, Oppo exceeded it with the Find X which had the whole camera module (counting front and back cameras) ascend. The Vivo X21 had the in-show unique mark sensor which was trailed by the Oppo R17 Pro having the equivalent alongside triple-raise cameras. The Oppo F7 and Vivo V9 were propelled close about indistinguishable time from the simple initially indented cell phones in the mid-go value section.

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The Vivo V11 Pro has what Vivo calls a Halo FullView Display. Picture: tech2/Kshitij Pujari

Presently the opposition is to lessen the score estimate however much as could be expected. Keeping that in mind, Oppo presented the F9 Pro, which had a great 90.26 percent screen-to-body proportion on account of the water-drop estimate score on the best. As though precision, Vivo has now stuck to this same pattern with its rendition of the water-drop score on the Vivo V11 Pro.

At a cost of Rs 25,990, the V11 Pro is an immediate contender to the Oppo F9 Pro. Clearly, there is likewise the Poco F1 which is the perfect gadget for your execution and battery needs under Rs 25,000. Be that as it may, the Vivo V11 Pro is an expert either. It is unquestionably quicker than the F9 Pro, has a superior camera and furthermore has the in-show unique finger impression peruser.

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The Vivo V11 Pro has a slope two-tone shading shift when you take a gander at the telephone from various edges. Picture: tech2/Kshitij Pujari

Would it be advisable for you to get it? In the event that you are searching for an attractive gadget with an incredible presentation and a nice camera, at that point the V11 Pro is for you. On the off chance that battery and execution is the thing that you are after, I'm apprehensive the Poco F1 has the V11 Pro beat by far. How about we dig into the subtle elements of these last two lines.

Manufacture and Design: 8.5/10

The Vivo V11 Pro is sturdily manufactured and for a Rs 25,000 telephone in the market, that is an absolute minimum. It doesn't have the sparkling jewel design glass back of the Oppo F9 Pro, however it employs a double tone blue and purple shading plan which shifts while seeing on various edges. The telephone feels light in the hand and keeping in mind that the back is made of plastic, it looks premium. The edge certainly feels like metal to me, in any case, these days we can't generally make sure what will be what. Generally speaking it's a pleasant conspicuous telephone which seems to be strong too.

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That score is tiny. Picture: tech2/Amrita Rajput

The back of the telephone houses a double camera framework which is orchestrated in a vertical form. There is no unique finger impression scanner in light of the fact that, as made reference to previously, it is under the showcase. On the last a smaller scale USB port, an earphone jack and a speaker flame broil welcome us. On the correct side, we have the power catch and the volume rocker catches while on the left there is the double SIM card plate.

The front of the telephone has, what the organization likes to call, the Halo FullView Display which is only an extravagant method for saying that the gadget has the drop-like score. Albeit here I might want to bring up that while both the F9 Pro and the V11 Pro have a similar style of indent, the F9 Pro's score feels a little very much characterized and stylishly satisfying than the V11 Pro. There's a symmetric bend on the F9 Pro's indent making a sort of V-shape. The V11 Pro, then again, has a U-molded indent which does not interest me as much as the F9 Pro. This is again an individual decision, as the thing that matters is scarcely detectable typically. The V11 Pro looks to have a marginally littler jaw than the F9 Pro, so thumbs up for that.

Highlights: 8/10

The V11 Pro packs many highlights inside it. The telephone accompanies the fourth-age of in-show unique mark sensor which should be quicker than the third-gen sensor on the Vivo NEX. The showcase is a ginormous 6.4-inch Super AMOLED board which is ensured by Gorilla Glass 3.

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The Vivo V11 Pro has an extremely ergonomic feel to it and is additionally light. Picture: tech2/Kshitij Pujari

Driving the gadget is the Snapdragon 660 chipset which is a considerable redesign from the Snapdragon 626 present on its antecedent, Vivo V9. There is likewise 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of inward stockpiling, which can be extended to 256 GB utilizing a microSD card. The gadget keeps running on Android 8.1 Oreo with Vivo's FunTouch UI skin on it.

In the camera division, we see pretty much unaltered optics that were available on the Vivo V9. There is a monstrous 25 MP camera on the front with a f/2.0 gap alongside double 12 MP + 5 MP cameras with f/1.8 and f/2.4 gap separately. The V11 Pro's essential 12 MP camera additionally accompanies double pixel PDAF. The front camera additionally accommodates confront open abilities. Specifically over the indent sits the earpiece speaker precisely where the edge and show of the telephone meet.

The telephone ticks off all the essential network choices, for example, double SIM 4G VoLTE abilities, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/air conditioning, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, FM radio, 3.5 mm earphone jack and small scale USB 2.0 OTG port. The whole setup is fueled by 3,400 mAh Li-Po battery which underpins Vivo's exclusive double motor snappy charge innovation.

Show: 8.5/10

Not regularly do you get the opportunity to see a Super AMOLED show on a Vivo cell phone except if it's above Rs 30,000. The in-show unique finger impression sensor requires the utilization of an OLED board for it to work and I trust that Vivo has fused this board stunningly. The pictures and recordings on the telephone give off an impression of being very sharp and fresh. I set the presentation close by my OnePlus 6 and couldn't recognize a solitary point where the V11 Pro did not coordinate to the OnePlus 6.

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The 6.4-inch Super AMOLED show is ravishing. Picture: tech2/Kshitij Pujari

Discussing which, the Vivo V11 Pro has a screen-to-body proportion of 91.26 percent according to Vivo. That Halo FullView Display has a lot to assume acknowledgment for this. The jaw on the telephone is maybe the littlest I've seen till now aside from maybe the Oppo Find X. It positively is littler than the OnePlus 6 and F9 Pro and is about a large portion of the measure of the jaw on the Poco F1.

As I said in my before F9 Pro audit, the little and minor indent don't gobble up any significant measure of your screen space while seeing recordings. The V11 Pro score, in spite of the fact that looks somewhat greater than its F9 Pro partner, is still little and can be viewed as non-existent of sorts.

In brilliant conditions the telephone's showcase goes very splendid without a doubt and it has the ability of being exceptionally diminish amid evening time. It's only an extraordinary presentation at its cost and it hopes to set the tone for all the indented cell phones going further.

Programming: 6/10

The Vivo V11 Pro accompanies Android 8.1 Oreo with the FunTouch OS skin on it. Not exclusively is the FunTouch UI a glaring and tragic duplicate of iOS, yet it additionally has extreme bloatware that continues popping arbitrarily. There two applications for your program, exhibition, music, date-book and the sky is the limit from there. You can't erase any of them and by oversight, in the event that you swipe right you are welcomed by Jovi, the AI-associate from Vivo which, as I would like to think, is very sub-par compared to Google Assistant. First off Jovi can't focus on my real area or doesn't know in case I'm at home or work. There is by all accounts no reason for other AI associates when Google is as of now present.

Vivo V11 Pro UI.

Vivo V11 Pro UI is duplicate of the iOS.

In the event that you are an iPhone client, Vivo's FunTouch UI may look somewhat well-known as the motions are fairly the equivalent. You have the brisk settings which can be swiped up from the base, vertical ongoing applications, and just notices being demonstrated when swiped down from the best. For me however that is not the situation. The initial couple of days were exceptionally overwhelming surely and I settled on utilizing the Nova launcher.

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Not a major aficionado of FunTouch UI. Picture: tech2/Amrita Rajput

Stock Android is an inclination I will dependably have due to its perfect and improved nature. I'm not saying that the FunTouch OS is awful. It's only not to my taste and on the off chance that you like an iOS-clone on your Android telephone you can feel free to get the V11 Pro.

Execution: 7.5/10

Here I would need to hand the crown to the undisputed champ in the mid-run value classification and that is the Poco F1. While benchmarks are not the best pointer of how great a gadget can perform, for this situation, the Poco F1 is wiping the allegorical floor with the Vivo V11 Pro.

It isn't astonishing since the Poco F1 packs in a significant punch with its Snapdragon 845 chipset while the Vivo V11 Pro needs to battle with the Snapdragon 660. The expansion of fluid cooling in the Poco F1 makes it an undeniably alluring choice to the extent gaming is considered. Be that as it may, the V11 Pro goes through ordinary assignments, for example, opening numerous applications, perusing through overwhelming applications, for example, Instagram and Facebook, taking speedy photographs and survey a considerable measure of video content.

While playing designs escalated recreations, for example, PUBG and Asphalt 9, I needed to default to the medium settings. Playing on high settings caused an unsuitable measure of slack in the gadget and furthermore begun warming it up. I don't suggest this telephone for concentrated gaming exercises. For a financial plan under Rs 30,000, you should take a gander at the Poco F1 for top of the line gaming.

The telephone likewise accompanies an absurdly fast face open framework which is at standard with the face open framework seen on the OnePlus 6. Truth be told, I didn't want to utilize the in-show unique finger impression sensor at all to open my gadget. The face open works even in black out lighting conditions. Be that as it may, do recall that confront open on Android gadgets isn't the most secure approach to open your telephone despite the fact that it's the speediest. It's in every case best to have a unique finger impression or example open system as well.

Discussing which, the in-show unique mark on the V11 Pro has enhanced since the Vivo NEX, however I'm as yet not happy with its speed. It takes the gadget almost an entire second to open and many occasions I'm not ready to verify regardless of whether I'm putting the finger in the right position. I feel that the innovation still has extension to enhance and possibly Qualcomm's Ultrasonic unique mark peruser may be the appropriate response. For the time being, I will state that I'm not a major devotee of the in-show unique mark peruser.

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Thank god for the earphone jack. Picture: tech2/Amrita Rajput

The call quality on the gadget is fine as I had expected, so no curve balls there. The single terminating speaker on the base pops at high volumes and sounds somewhat empty. It is uproarious regardless, however I do suggest utilizing earphones since your hand can hinder the speaker.

Camera: 7.5/10

The Vivo V11 Pro accompanies a 12+5 MP double back camera setup with a f/1.8 and f/2.4 opening individually. On the front, you have a 25 MP selfie camera which is housed inside the waterdrop indent.

My involvement with the Vivo V11 Pro camera has been agreeable in the daytime, however during the evening, the telephone loses its capacity to concentrate appropriately and infuses a considerable measure of clamor in the photo. Brisk evening photography is a no-run with the V11 Pro, which was not the situation with the F9 Pro. While I'm not undermining the V11 Pro camera, it lags behind the Nokia 7 Plus and the Poco F1 as far as in general picture quality.

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Double cameras are organized simply like an iPhone X. Picture: tech2/Kshitij Pujari

While all the three telephones do produce great pictures, the Nokia 7 Plus wins the fight pass on because of the high unique range in its photographs. The Vivo V11 Pro's enthusiastic post-handling of the better subtle elements, for example, the green shading in the leaves or the dim sky is a major kill for me. The Poco F1 pursues the Nokia 7 Plus as far as picture quality. In spite of the fact that I'm not going to prescribe the V11 Pro as the best camera telephone in its value run, I can state that the telephone won't frustrate easygoing picture takers.

From Left to Right: Vivo V11 Pro, Nokia 7.1 Plus and Poco F1.

From Left to Right: Vivo V11 Pro, Nokia 7 Plus and Poco F1.

From Left to Right: Vivo V11 Pro, Nokia 7.1 Plus and Poco F1.

From Left to Right: Vivo V11 Pro, Nokia 7 Plus and Poco F1.

From Left to Right: Vivo V11 Pro, Nokia 7.1 Plus and Poco F1.

From Left to Right: Vivo V11 Pro, Nokia 7 Plus and Poco F1.

Selfies on the telephone are very lovely and that ought to be very characteristic inferable from the 25 MP forward looking camera on the V11 Pro. In any case, here once more, the overlooked details are the main problem and the most precise shading multiplication grant goes to the Nokia 7 Plus. The Vivo V11 Pro manages to take great selfies, yet like in the examination above, it will in general wash out the foundation points of interest. Possibly a future programming refresh could settle that.

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Camera UI looked truly simple to utilize. Picture: tech2/Amrita Rajput

Main concern is that on the off chance that versatile photography is your definitive enthusiasm, you will clearly be getting a Pixel gadget. For others with a financial plan of under Rs 30,000 the Nokia 7 Plus should hold up its own, despite the fact that on the off chance that you do figure out how to get your hands on a Poco F1, you should do that. The Vivo V11 Pro takes great photographs yet I feel that the both the Nokia 7 Plus and Poco F1 exceed it in the camera division.

Look at the Flickr collection underneath for full high-res photographs taken from the Vivo V11 Pro.

Vivo V11 Pro

Battery: 8/10

The 3,400 mAh battery on the Vivo V11 Pro appears to be sufficiently very for multi day's use for me, which includes concentrated exercises, for example, various email accounts on match up, YouTube spilling, informing, playing PUBG and shooting recordings. By the day's end on numerous events, I ended up with 15-20 percent of battery left finished, which looked really great. For reasons unknown, that standard PC Mark 2.0 Battery test did not take a shot at the gadget. This has occurred on different events with the Honor Play and even the Vivo NEX.

The Vivo V11 Pro accompanies another benevolent charging innovation called as Dual-Engine brisk charge, which is likely contending with OnePlus' Dash Charge and Oppo's Super VOOC charging innovation.

Vivo V11 Pro (L) versus OnePlus 6 (R)

Vivo V11 Pro (L) versus OnePlus 6 (R)

On examination with the OnePlus 6's Dash Charging, I discovered that the Vivo V11 Pro's Dual-Engine innovation charged the telephone from 75 - 100 percent in 41 minutes, while OnePlus 6's Dash Charge did the activity in 36 minutes. While that may decide for OnePlus, we ought to likewise take note of that the OnePlus 6 has a 3,300 mAh battery while the Vivo V11 Pro has a 3,400 mAh battery. The outsider application I downloaded to gauge charging speeds demonstrated that the OnePlus 6 was being charged at 19.3 percent/hour while the V11 Pro was charging at 21.9 percent/hour. The jury's still out on this one.

Vivo V11 Pro (L) versus OnePlus 6 (R)

Vivo V11 Pro (L) versus OnePlus 6 (R)

Decision and Price in India

Here's the reason you ought to by the Vivo V11 Pro

Excellent Super AMOLED show

In-show unique mark scanner

Great selfie camera

Here's the reason you shouldn't purchase the Vivo V11 Pro

Low light photography

Awful UI

Normal execution

The decision is supportive of the V11 Pro for its delightful bezel-less presentation alongside how light and ergonomic the telephone feels in the hand. It doesn't look as premium as, say the Oppo F9 Pro, but on the other hand it's not as dull and insipid as the Poco F1. The camera on the V11 Pro is decent however you can show signs of improvement photographs with the Nokia 7 Plus.

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Generally I felt it to be an incredible telephone for typical everyday use. Picture: tech2/Kshitij Pujari

With regards to the execution part, the Poco F1 unquestionably has the Vivo V11 Pro (and each other telephone in its value go) beat. The camera on the Poco F1 may not be astounding but rather it absolutely is by all accounts keeping pace with the Vivo V11 Pro. The main issue here is the way that the Poco F1 is difficult to get your hands on as it is sold just in blaze deals. The Vivo V11 Pro, then again, is a gadget which you can without much of a stretch purchase on the web.

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So what are your contemplations about the Vivo V11 Pro? Picture tech2/Anirudh Regidi

Is it accurate to say that you are the sort of individual that takes a great deal of selfies and by and large don't do abnormal state execution serious errands on your gadget? In the event that the appropriate response is yes to both, you have the Vivo V11 Pro as your gadget. In the event that looks on a telephone matter to you, most likely go for the Oppo F9 Pro, which as I would like to think is the most attractive telephone under Rs 30,000.

The Vivo V11 Pro is offering right now offering on both Amazon and Flipkart for Rs 25,990.

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