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It’s finally here. Vivo’s newest mid-ranger that is. The new Vivo V11 is in many ways, inspired X21’s capabilities, such as a more powerful processor, AI-assisted optics, packed into a premium housing that exhibits elegance and style.

Vivo V11 Launches in PHThe V11’s rear panel utilizes color fusion, which combines a glittery section with a sleek glossy finish to create a harmonious look that’s perhaps one of the most eye-candy we’ve seen from the brand.

Vivo V11 Launches in PHThe 6.41-inch Halo FullView display also utilizes a smaller notch, improving the phone’s screen-to-body ratio.

Vivo V11 Launches in PHUnder the hood is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, along with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage with microSD card support. It runs on Vivo’s Funtouch OS 4.5 on top of Android 8.1 Oreo and packs a 3,400mAh battery capable of dual engine fast charging. Unlike many of Vivo’s previous devices, the V11 does not have a dedicated Hi-Fi chip for improving the sound quality.

Vivo V11 Launches in PHFor optics, the Vivo V11 boasts dual rear cameras with AI Scene Recognition other features such as Slow Motion video, while the 25MP front camera has AI-Selfie Lighting, AI Face Beauty and AR Stickers.

Vivo V11 Launches in PHLike the X21, it also boasts an in-display fingerprint scanner and Face ID access.

The Vivo V11 will retail for PhP19,999 and is now available for Pre-Order in Lazada, Shopee, and Argomall. Those who pre-order will also receive a free Bluetooth Headset, Speaker, Powerbank, and Selfie Stick.

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Specifications
ProcessorSnapdragon 660 (Octa-Core)
RAM6GB
Storage64GB (Expandable)
Display6.41" FHD+ Halo FullView Display
Rear Camera12MP (f/1.8) + 5MP (f/2.4)
Front Camera25MP (f/2.0)
OSAndroid 8.1 Oreo + Funtouch OS 4.5
Battery3,400mAh
Other FeaturesIn-Display Fingerprint Scanning
Dual Engine Fast Charging (9V 2A)
AI Scene Recognition
AI Face Beauty
Slow Motion Video Recording
AR Stickers
AI Selfie Lighting
AI Face Shaping

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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