The Vivo V15 Pro has officially landed in the Indian market. Its unveiling was held today at a launch event in New Delhi. This is the second phone from Vivo to come with a pop-up selfie camera. It is also one of the few phones to feature a triple camera setup at the back.
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Vivo V15 Pro Price in India
The Vivo V15 Pro has been priced at INR 28,990 in India. The phone comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. This is the only storage configuration offered for this, but you do get a dedicated slot storage expansion using a microSD card. There are two color variants up for grabs – Red and Blue.
Sale for the Vivo V15 Pro will commence from 6 March, with Pre-orders starting today (20 February). To buy one for yourself, you can head on over to Flipkart, Amazon, and even Vivo’s own online store. Offline stores will also be selling the phone soon.
There are also quite a few offers at launch. A five percent cashback is provided to HDFC Bank card users. a Zero down payment scheme can be availed by IDFC First Bank users. A one-time screen replacement will also be offered to customers. Furthermore, Jio is offering benefits worth INR 10,000. This includes up to 3.3TB of 4G internet access.
Vivo V15 Pro Specifications, Features
The cameras of the Vivo V15 Pro are undoubtedly the highlights of this phone. First, we have a massive 32MP sensor in a pop-up module for selfies. On the back, the phone sports three cameras comprised of a 48MP primary sensor, 8MP wide-angle camera, and a 5MP depth sensor. Just like its predecessors, the Vivo V11 Pro, the V15 Pro also features an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The AMOLED ‘Ultra FullView Display’ on the V15 Pro measures 6.39-inches. Previously leaked teaser images were slightly misleading as the phone does seem to have a slight chin at the bottom. Regardless, the screen-to-body ratio is incredible.
Powering the V15 Pro is a Snapdragon 675 chipset that offers an octa-core CPU that uses two 2.0GHz Kryo 460 cores (Cortex-A76) and six 1.7GHz Kryo 460 (Cortex-A55) cores. On the software front, the phone runs Android 9.0 Pie with Funtouch OS version 9 running on top. A 3700mAh battery has been provided on the phone. While the battery supports 18W fast charging, it is disappointing to see Vivo still use a micro USB port on the phone. On a positive note, the phone gets two separate card slots – one for dual SIM cards and the other for a microSD card.