Vivo V30 Sports Three 50 MP Cameras Out Of The Box
With its formal launch, the vivo V30 is now available in worldwide markets. The phone has a large battery and a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 CPU. Although it has the same body as the Vivo S18, it has a significantly improved camera.
The 6.78″ AMOLED screen in the Vivo V30 has a resolution of 1260 pixels and a peak brightness of 2,800 nits. Beneath the curved panel is a fingerprint scanner.
The vivo phone’s Qualcomm chipset, which features an Adreno 720 GPU and an octa-core 2.63 GHz CPU, is constructed on a 4 nm technology. There are four different Vivo V30 models: 8/128 GB, 8/256 GB, 12/256 GB, and 12/512 GB.
Arriving with three 50 MP cameras is the Vivo V30.
The 50 MP OmniVision OV50E sensor, which measures 1/1.55″ and is utilised as the primary camera, is featured in the vivo V30, the first phone in the world to have it. There is an additional 50 MP sensor and autofocus on the ultra-wide-angle. For selfies, a second, 50 MP autofocus camera is positioned up front.
The Vivo V30 is a significant upgrade over its predecessor. Its larger 5,000 mAh battery, which supports 80W FlashCharge, makes it the slimmest phone made by Vivo with a power cell of this kind, measuring just 7.5 mm at the base.
Vivo intends to support the V30 for a minimum of four years, as seen by the phone’s promise of a “50-month smooth experience” and Funtouch 14, which is based on Android 14.
There are four colour options for the Vivo V30, each with a unique finish. The Noble Black variant features Fluorite AG Glass; the Waving Aqua version features a Rippling Magnetic Particle effect; the Bloom White version features a 3D Petal Pattern.
More than 30 markets, including India, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Pakistan, Egypt, and the UAE, will soon have access to the phone. Specifications, availability, and cost will be disclosed subsequently for every market.