|Vivo Mobile Models||Prices (Rs.)|
|Vivo V11 Pro||23,513|
|Vivo V9 Pro||17,990|
|Vivo V7 Plus||15,738|
Funtouch OS is the custom user interface designed by Vivo that allows the brand to make complete use of hardware as it should be. Having a custom skin on top of the Android allows the brand to insert features that are not included in the stock Android to begin with. For starters, the UI allows Vivo to beautify the whole interface including icons, notification panels as well as menus. These features include a powerful app manager to save RAM and battery, integrated anti-virus and Smart Motion/wake feature. There is a unique Guard Mode as well, that lets users unlock the device with certain features and app still hidden. These features are not present in the stock Android.
LED notifications in Vivo are not activated by default and need to be activated from within settings, that is why it is not working. In order to turn them on, you will have to go to Settings, navigate to Display and brightness. Here you will find the Indicator Light option, tap on it and select in which event you would like the LED to blink like Calls, Messages, Notification, Charge and Low battery.
When you restrict yourself to a budget segment, one thing you can be sure of, that is you cannot get everything in a budget handset. Some budget smartphones from Vivo are really impressive, however, those under INR 10,000 are missing basic features like Fingerprint scanner and good processor. Vivo is known to launch devices that are really good in one aspect but average at the best in others. For example, if a smartphone comes with a powerful camera, the display or performance might be compromised to keep the price in check. It would be better to look at Xiaomi and LeEco handsets at this price. This is because these brands launch handsets that are balanced in terms of specifications and hardware, which make them pretty good value for money. If we talk only about Vivo, the phones have high end Hi-Fi music capability with loud and clear sound, good build quality and are perfect design wise.
The answer to this question differs from budget to budget, since we cannot obviously expect brilliant imaging prowess from budget segment smartphones priced under INR 10,000. However, the general consensus among majority of reviewers is that the camera on most Vivo smartphones are good enough for day to day photography. Therefore, if you are going to be dependent on your smartphone for capturing special moment, Vivo mobiles are one of the reliable camera phones. Check user reviews of Vivo mobiles on KillerFeatures to get deeper insights on overall camera quality. Almost all Vivo mobiles are rated high as far as camera output and functionality is concerned - for both rear and front cameras.
In case you are a heavy gamer and want a device that will smoothly work through the heavy games, it’s suggested to steer clear of budget Vivo mobiles. All Vivo mobiles that have been priced under INR 10,000 have been equipped with MediaTek processor, which is known to heat up and lag a little when put through duress. It is advisable to raise your budget a little and go with Vivo handsets that come with Snapdragon processor Like Vivo V3 Max and Vivo X Shot. To be able to enjoy most games to their full potential, it is advisable to get a smartphone with at least Quad-core processor, 3GB RAM and 5-inch display. The processor will help run the game efficiently, RAM will ensure that there is no lag and display size matters for visuals.