Vivo V11 Now Available for Sale in Offline Stores at a Price of Rs.22,990

Vivo's mid-range V11 is now on sale at offline stores in select cities across India for Rs.22,990.

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After launching the impressive V11 Pro in India earlier this month, Chinese smartphone maker Vivo launched the V11 in the country yesterday. While Vivo had announced that the V11 will be available for purchase via both online and offline stores starting September 27th, the smartphone is already on sale at select offline stores across India. The information arrives courtesy of Mumbai-based phone retailer Mahesh Telecom’s Twitter page.

Vivo V11: Price in India

The Vivo V11 can now be purchased at offline stores in India for Rs.22,990. It comes in two colors – Starry Night Black and Nebula Purple. In comparison, the Vivo V11 Pro is priced at Rs.25,990.

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Vivo V11: Launch Offers

Vivo has tied up with various financial companies as well as telcos to provide attractive launch offers to customers. Key launch offers include flat 5% cashback with Capital First, flat Rs.2,000 cashback using HDFC Bank credit and debit cards, flat Rs.2,000 Paytm cashback coupon on purchasing the V11 using Paytm Mall QR code at offline stores, one-time screen replacement up to six months, No Cost EMI options on all leading credit cards as well as Bajaj Finserv card, instant benefits of up to Rs.4,050 for Reliance Jio subscribers, and liquid / physical damage insurance for Vodafone – IDEA subscribers on Rs.499 and higher postpaid plans. Additionally, Vodafone – IDEA subscribers can avail up to 820GB of data on prepaid plans and up to 600GB data on postpaid plans on purchasing the Vivo V11. Vivo is also offering buyback guarantee on the smartphone. If you purchase the smartphone online, you can get an additional Rs.2,000 discount on exchange.

Vivo V11: Specifications, Features

The Vivo V11 sports a 6.3-inch IPS LCD Halo FullView display with 1080 x 2280 Full HD+ resolution and a 19:9 aspect ratio. Thanks to the waterdrop notch and slim bezels around the display, the V11 boasts a very high 90.4% screen-to-body ratio for a truly immersive viewing experience. However, unlike the more expensive V11 Pro, the Vivo V11 does not come with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Instead, the V11 has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Powering the Vivo V11 is an octa-core MediaTek Helio P60 12nm octa-core processor clocked at 2 GHz with an ARM Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. The octa-core processor has been coupled with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. For further expansion, the V11 has a dedicated microSD card slot, just like other V series smartphones on sale in India currently.

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Moving on to the camera department, Vivo V11 is equipped with a 16MP + 5MP dual-camera setup on the back. While the 16MP sensor is paired with an f/2.0 aperture, the 5MP depth-sensing camera has an f/2.4 aperture. The dual cameras come with various AI-powered features such as AI Backlight HDR and AI Scene Recognition. For selfies, the V11 has a 25MP AI front camera with Vivo’s latest AI Face Shaping technology. Connectivity features include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band, Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy, GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Dual 4G VoLTE. Keeping the lights on is a 3315mAh capacity battery with Vivo’s Dual Engine fast charging technology. The handset measures 155.97 x 75.63 x 8.1mm and weighs 163.7 grams. On the software front, Vivo V11 runs on Funtouch OS 4.5 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. The smartphone features Vivo’s Jovi AI assistant, which is capable of performing various actions to help users. Some of the other software highlights include an AI Game Mode and Funmoji.

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