Vivo V19 Debuts With Quad Rear Cameras; Priced At Rs. 22,000

Karamchand Rameshwar - Mar 12, 2020


Vivo V19 Debuts With Quad Rear Cameras; Priced At Rs. 22,000

Vivo V19 is a new smartphone with 48MP quad rear cameras, Snapdragon 675 SoC, and 8GB of RAM for a price of around Rs. 22,000.

Vivo V19 is a new mid-range smartphone announced by the Chinese smartphone maker Vivo. The device is a rebranded version of the Vivo V17 that launched in India in December 2019. It sports a Super AMOLED panel with a small punch-hole at the upper right corner to house a selfie camera. There are also a Snapdragon 675 SoC, 8GB of RAM, Android 10, 48MP quad rear cameras, and a 4,500 mAh battery available on this phone.

Vivo V19 Feature
The Vivo V19 features quad rear cameras at the back housed in a rectangular module.

Vivo V19: Price & Availability

The Vivo V19 price is around Rs. 22,000 for the variant with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage or you can get the 128GB storage model for around Rs. 25,600. It is already up for pre-ordering the country while official sales will start from 26 March.

Vivo V19 Crystal White

The Vivo V19 is available in Arctic Blue and Crystal White color variants.

Vivo V19: Specifications & Features

On the front, it is covered by a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED panel with FHD+ resolution and an under-display fingerprint reader for biometric security. There is also a small punch-hole at the top right corner of the display that houses a 32MP camera for selfies and video calls. For photography, it gets a quad-camera setup on the rear, which is placed in an L-shaped module on the upper left corner. The setup includes a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP dedicated macro camera. Camera features include Posture guidance, Super Night Selfie, and more.

Vivo V19 Arctic Blue

Under the hood, it carries a Snapdragon 675 chipset, aided by 8GB of RAM. As mentioned, it is up for sales in two storage variants: 128GB and 256GB. You can further expand its storage by inserting a microSD card on a dedicated slot. To take care of the software side of things, it is pre-installed with Android 10-based FunTouch Os 10. Fueling the whole package is a 4,500 mAh battery cell that charges at 18W via a USB Type-C port.

 

Vivo V19 price: around Rs. 22,000

Vivo V19 price in India: Unavailable

 

>>> Vivo V17 With Quad Rear Cameras & 6.44" OLED Display Launched In India

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