Vivo launched the Vivo V7+ handset in India for Rs. 21,990. Here is the Vivo V7+ (Vivo V7 Plus) review. This review covers all the important aspects that one would consider / needs to consider before buying a handset.

No doubt Vivo phones are pricey but you need a little bit or shall I say byte of intellect to understand that hardware may or may not be bad and it makes no sense coming to a conclusion just by analyzing the price tag.

Having said that the Vivo V7+ is a very good handset, it is powered by Snapdragon 450 and V7+ is the first handset to come with this Chipset in India. Performance is smooth, lag free, hardly heats up and the screen of 5.9 inches with 1440 x 720 pixels give a different usage experience.

Vivo V7+ box pack

Vivo V7+ features, specifications

Inside the box (unboxing the Vivo V7+) :  Handset, user manual, data cable (USB – Micro USB), Travel Charger 5V/2A, SIM ejector Pin
SAR : 1.18
Body : Build and finishing is very good, handset comes with Metallic finishing, curvy edges and comfortable to hold and use. There are silver parallel lines on top / bottom that blends well with the black color body
SIM Type : Nano SIM + Nano SIM + Micro SD card slot (triple slot)
Weight and Dimensions : 164 grams, 7.70mm thick
Screen  :  5.9 inches, 1440 x 720 pixels resolution with 2.5D curved glass. 18:9 aspect ratio. Color reproduction, viewing angles are very good
Connectivity :  4G, VoLTE, WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth
Sensors : Accelerometer, Proximity, light, magnetic, gyro sensor, hall and step
LED Notification : Yes
OTG : Yes supported (you need to enable OTG from settings – and if OTG is not used for 5 minutes it gets disabled)
RAM : 4 GB (about 2GB free on first boot)
ROM : 64 GB (about 52GB free on first boot)
Micro SD : Yes 256 GB MAX
OS : FunTouchOS 3.2 based on Android Nougat 7.1.2

Vivo V7+ review

Vivo V7+ Performance

CPU :  Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 Octa Core 1.4 GHz
GPU :  Adreno 506 GPU
Heating : Low
Max Battery Temperature : 34 degrees

Performance was smooth, no lags and handset hardly heated up.

Vivo V7+ design

Vivo V7+ Benchmark

Antutu : 59179/ 11022
NenaMark3 :  59.4fps (3-5)
Multi Touch : 10 points
Disk Speed :  262 MB/s read  and 236 MB/s write

Vivo V7+ Gaming Review

I played Asphalt 8 and Modern Combat 5 both games did well, were smooth and no lags.

Vivo V7+ back panel

Vivo V7+ Camera  Review

Rear Camera : 16MP, auto focus, PDAF, flash, f/2.0
Front Camera : 24MP f/2.0, Moonlight Flash
Video Recording : 1080p (FHD) resolution

I have done reviews of many Vivo phones and in most cases the front camera is always better, however on this Vivo V7+ even the rear camera is quite impressive. Camera quality is excellent. The front camera no doubt does a excellent job, also has the beautification mode.

Plus for the front single camera in the camera app there is a portrait bokeh mode that captures images in DSLR style with Bokeh background.

Camera Rating : 4.1 out of 5

Vivo V7+ camera samples

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Other features

There is finger print sensor on the back that blends well with the color / finishing. Finger print detection is very fast. Sound is loud and clear, no issues with in-call speaker.

Vivo V7 Plus front 5.9 inch screen

Vivo V7+  Battery Review

Battery capacity : 3225 mAh (non-removable)
Charging Time : Charge – 2 hours using the charger provided 0 to 100%
Battery Life : 7 to 8 hours non-stop (moderate to heavy)
Daily usage battery life : One to One and a Half days of mixed usage

Battery Test Results

Battery Temp at idle : 31 degrees
Running Benchmark app :
 15 minutes / 3% / 33 degrees
Mc5 + Asphalt 8  game play : 29 minutes / 6% / 34 degrees
FHD video playback with full brightness (WiFi /4G on) :  24 minutes / 5% / 34 degrees


Vivo V7+ is  a selfie centric smartphone that comes with a much better selfie camera. Overall a very good handset but the price is too high. Vivo brand mostly does well in offline markets. Now you can get a better selfie camera smartphone for under Rs. 15,000 (the Asus Zenfone 4 Selfie dual).

Rating : 4 out of 5

Vivo V7+ price in India is Rs. 21,990.


Published by Gogi Rana

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  1. I just wanted to is support video call?? I can’t find anything about the same.. kindli help

  2. I am using Vivo 7+ Its a nice phone and Specially camera & Display is very good and battery also excellent,

    I suggest its a good smartphone in 21,990.00 INR.

  3. One important (for me) doubt sir. I see your night pictures in mobile phone reviews. They do not show the light bulbs as globs of light. Whenever I take a night photo with my Asus Zenfone 2 Laser ZE550KL, I see ugly blobs of light where the street lights appear.

  4. I’m waiting for a phone which have bezel-less display (near bezel i mean) and with good dual camera setup and price tag below 17k..
    Let’s see who come up with this… Well i saw advertisement today of spice on front page of newspaper… Pixel like design phones?… Let’s see what they come up with.

    1. Yes. I thought Spice closed the smartphone business.
      1 design is from pixel and the other one is from Honor 8 lite.

  5. with SD450 qualcomm has set new standard for budget phones…which is very good move really appreciable for qualcomm…anxiously waiting to get hands on SD450 in redmi 5…vivo should use sd625 for 22k…bugdet soc in mid premium bracket is totally looting

  6. Well whoever going for new mobile should always take 18:9 full vision display lile this one coz they all look gorgeous and looks do matter..

    But sadly after all these years I realized that the most important part of phone is battery .No way one should settle for anything less than 3500 mh and that to with fast charging..

    I love amoled panels and more than full hd display is marketting gimmick .It only eats battery..

    NOW dual camera is in trend and also front flash ..So does this mobile at 22k tick all these boxes .The answer is No.It just a gud looker..

    Moto z play is a better option which ticks more boxes.

    1. As gogi says, I also realised that only price is a problem with this handset. In general I do not like Vivo/Oppo phones but first time I am liking Vivo V7+.. If it has 16-17 k price then it would be a perfect phone but at 22k, big NO from my side. Offcourse it will sale in offline market only and thats too only by the efforts of sales person.

      1. Yeah, VIvo salesmen will sell a lot of V7 phones as they will say that it has the best bezeless screen and best camera. They know how to convince customers well.

  7. Phone is good. But it is not apple.. They are charging lot of money..

    If it price at 15″k..,ppl think twice

    No fast charging
    Battery is low
    No dual camera..

    1. This is little bit pricey , but…
      Bhai ek fact…
      Jitne Rupye ka ye phone hai …. utna toh iPhone 8/8 Plus ki price me difference hai US and Indian market me.

  8. No doubt a good phone. Generally I endorse any phone with decent specs. Only the phones with silly compromises like very limited RAM or a badly optimized or outdated ROM or a very small battery are genuinely bad. Price is irrelevant because it is not the company but the market which will set the price 3-4 months after launch. Setting a high MRP simply sets your own sales back in the initial period before your competitors catch up with a launch of their own. These companies are just hurting themselves by overpricing. The public will just sit back and buy only when the price is right.

    But it is interesting how many selfie-centric phones we’re seeing under 20 k. All this is based on market research as well. We say that people who buy pricy phones are the ones interested in showing off but most of the flagships have at best decent front cameras which are never a big selling point whereas the budget segment is rolling in selfie-centric phones. You can make up your own mind as to what that means! No doubt dating and matrimonial sites in particular are exercising a big influence on the younger generation in their choice of smartphones as well.

    But maybe in future, with hgher screen body ratios becoming popular, it may be wise to cut out the front camera altogether and use a secondary screen at the back to line up a selfie with the primary camera.

    1. No Doubt Honor 8 pro is a excellent handset according to price but users always crying for Snapdragon chipsets hence choice is very few.