Vivo V11 Hong Kong hands-on play

The year 2018 has been a great year of smartphones with great designs. The design was the area where smartphones were lagging in terms of updation. However, after long break designs of smartphones are improving a lot and now we can see a number of devices coming with the water-drop screen. The water drop screen is not only relatively good but also increases the overall screen ratio of any device. Vivo V11, which was launched in-Hong Kong this week uses Water-drop screen that looks stunning. However, it also introduces the factory’s application to the screen fingerprint recognition function. The Vivo V11 is the only midrange device coming to the market with both features and giving a fierce competition to the flagship.

Gallery: Vivo V11 Hong Kong Hands to Play | 7 Photos

The latest Vivo V11 comes with a super 6.41-inch water drop screen with a screen ratio of 19.5:9. The front camera is big 25MP and hidden in the excellent tip of the smartphone. The Super AMOLED panel with a resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 powers up a screen ratio of 91.27%. It will give the user a potent visual effect. The whole layout of the body is super clean, all the volume rocker and power buttons rest on the right side of the device. The 12MP + 5MP dual rear camera of the device sit in the upper left corner of the back of the machine. The smartphones come with 3.5mm headphone jacks and 9V/2A support. The smartphone can be charged via micro-USB port and have a battery of 3,400mAh battery.

The Vivo V11 is a mid-range device and gets its power from Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 AIE processor. The processor is more than enough for a regular smartphone user. It can support all day to day activity with ease and also run massive games like PubG. The Hong Kong version comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB built-in storage space. It can also support upto 256GB of microSD card expansion.

The Vivo V11 was unveiling at Hong Kong Ocean Park this week. Vivo also sponsored a fun haunted house where everyone can have a look at new V11. Vivo also organised V11 game testing scenario where the AR shooting game was on display. The overall game playing experience was excellent with the device, with a good quality bow and arrow props. The gaming performance of V11 is really smooth, and you can easily play trending games like PubG without any lag. Overall it shows the performance capability of the smartphone which is really good.

The Vivo V11 comes with a premium plastic body and weighs around 156 grams. The user experience of V11 is great, and the smartphone can be easily operated by one hand. The new fingerprint scanner under the screen is high-speed and reliable, better than the particular sensor. The smartphone also comes with a face recognition function. One of the best parts about the smartphone is that you can simultaneously apply both of the two biometric systems to have a faster unlock at your service.

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The Vivo is always known for it’s above the mark camera. This time as well they have integrated AI features to the camera smartphone. Well the AI shooting is base on the determination of the light source. The front camera also comes with self-timer that adds excellent beauty effects as expected from Vivo. This time the smartphone also comes with cute AR textures which will be great for girls who like the camera-centric smartphone.

The Vivo V11 is a  great very playful mid-range smartphone, which comes with a small budget. It will be great for people looking to enjoy the “tide” of the mobile phone industry trend. When you buy, you can also try it at the mobile phone store. We will come with the full review of the smartphone when we get our hands on it.

Piyush Sharma

Computer engineer addicted to latest technologies. Current chief editor at Each day that passes his love for technology grows and grows to the point of not being able to live without it.

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