The Vivo V15 Pro is an excellent smartphone that manages to combine a lot of useful functions into a smartphone that looks very good. One of the best things about this phone is its design, which is quite unique and does look quite a bit different from other smartphones. If you’re interested in buying one then you might want to consider checking out the Vivo smartphone. Find out what we think about it here.
One thing that makes the Vivo V15 stand out from many other smartphones is the way in which it looks. The phone features an attractive gradient finish on the entire phone, which the firm calls the Spectrum ripple design. The Vivo smartphone also packs a six.5-inch Full HD+ ( 1080 x 1920 pixels) screen, which is really good and produces good colours. We liked the overall design of the Vivo V15 Pro, and found that the phone had a nice weight and balanced. The rounded edges on the sides of the phone were also nice and did not detract from the performance of the handset.
One of the most impressive features on the Nokia 8.1 vivo v15 smartphone is its TrueTone technology, which allows it to detect when you press the camera button and instantly optimizes the image to reflect your needs. When you’re in a portrait mode with the vivo v15, all you have to do to take the shot is double-tap the camera button twice. This takes a picture in portrait mode, which gives you a greater sense of realism because you can actually feel the camera lens gliding across the room as you click the shutter button. The resulting pictures looked bright, and seemed almost life-like.
In our testing, the vivo v15 Pro seemed to struggle in battery life. The bottom line is that you shouldn’t expect to receive enough juice from this smartphone, and in many situations we got below 10 hours of battery life. If you need more juice, then you need to use the keyboard attachment that comes with the phone, or the keyboard dock that is sold separately. The battery life of the handset was poor, but given its high megapixels and excellent quality cameras, it’s not something that will really worry you too much.
Pictures are better than ever on the Nokia 8.1 with the new TrueTone technology, and although you might not think about it when you read about the handset, the fact is that the sensor that aids low light shots has been moved from the main camera to the touch sensitive part of the screen, alongside the optical zoom. This makes it easier for the user to press the centre button twice and take a picture in low light. The result is that the Nokia 8.1 now has the ability to take quality images in low light, something that it wasn’t able to do before the release of the Nokia 8.1. It is still a little strange to take a shot in low light, but it does make for some interesting effects. In fact, the ability to take pictures in low light has become so easy that some people have actually started using their phones in the dark.
The other major difference between the two handsets is that the Nokia 8.1 comes with a six.5-inch screen, which is generally bigger, and better equipped to show images properly than the vivo v15’s five-inch screen. We also noticed that the power key on the Nokia 8.1 is a lot firmer, and that it’s more difficult to press, compared to the Oppo F11’s button. However, both phones have cameras that are quite capable of taking high definition images. The real winner here is really down to personal preference, and you’ll have to decide for yourself which handset is most suitable for your needs.