Vivo launched the Vivo V7+ handset in India and here is the unboxing and first impression, basically Vivo V7+ review (part 1). This handset is powered by SD 450 octa core processor and key attraction is the 5.9 inch screen with 1440 x 720 resolution and 24MP front selfie camera.

Inside the box you will get the Vivo V7+ handset that comes with a factory fitted screen guard, better remove that cause the screen is with 2.5D curved glass and screen guard does not cover that area.

You will also get SIM ejector pin, user manual, warranty card, USB to micro USB data cable, travel charger 5V/2A, good quality earphone and silicon case for protection. Handset build and finishing is very good, metal body.

I got the black color Vivo V7+ and the design is a little different, it’s a combination of black and silver check video or check image below to get a idea. Screen is unique the Vivo V7+ features a 5.9 inch screen with 1440 x 720 pixels resolution with 18:9 aspect ratio, almost similar to the Micromax Canvas Infinity.

Vivo V7+ unboxing

Screen quality is very good, color reproduction, viewing angles. Touch response is also pretty good. The finger print sensor on the back is very fast and accurate, tap finger print sensor and it opens up. Looks like Vivo will use the new ultrasonic finger print technology on some other model.

The SIM slot is also unique, limousine style i.e. you can use nano + nano and a micro SD card all together. Coming to camera rear camera is 16MP and front camera is a good 24MP. Vivo camera are known for its performance.

Wait for the Vivo V7+ review (part 2) where I will cover the hardware performance, camera quality with sample and battery life, will also talk about any issues I find, heating and network performance.

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

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