Vivo V30 Is The First Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 Smartphone To Be Released Globally
The first smartphone with the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 CPU for global markets is the Vivo V30, which debuted recently. The Honour 100 is the first smartphone in history to include a CPU, although it is currently only available in China. In November of last year, Qualcomm revealed the SoC, which falls in between the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 and Snapdragon 7s Gen 2. With one prime, three performance, and four efficiency cores, it has a 1+3+4 CPU layout and is manufactured using the 4 nm TSMC process.
The Vivo V30 is not only the first smartphone with the new Omnivision OV50E camera to be available internationally, but it is also the first smartphone in the world to use the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chip. The primary camera on the rear is a 50 MP sensor with a 1/1.5-inch size and optical image stabilisation. A 50 MP ultrawide camera with autofocus serves as the backup camera.
The V30 has a 50 MP autofocus selfie camera on the front. It is positioned in the 6.78-inch AMOLED screen’s centre punch hole. In relation to the display, it is a 1260p screen featuring curved edges, a peak brightness rating of 2800 nits, and compatibility for HDR10+. Beneath the screen is a fingerprint scanner.
The vivo V30’s battery is a 5000 mAh cell that can be charged using an 80W FlashCharge. The phone’s other strengths include up to 12 GB of RAM, 512 GB of maximum storage, and Android 14 with Funtouch OS 14 on top. Although the exact cost has not yet been announced, the gadget will be offered in more than 30 locations.