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Vivo has just launched the newest member of its mid-range lineup in India. Welcome, the V15 Pro which sports a 32MP pop-up selfie camera, and three rear shooters, the main one using a whopping 48MP sensor.

The V15 Pro features the Spectrum Ripple Design, which involves a gradient finish with wave like ripple patterns combined. It has a 6.39″ Super AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution, and houses a Snapdragon 675 processor with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

Going back to the camera, the 48MP main shooter features Super Night Mode, which basically combines several photos with different exposure to improve clarity and detail. Then there’s a second ultra-wide angle camera which give you a 120° field of view. Finally, there’s a 5MP depth sensor.

Under the display is a 5th generation in-display fingerprint scanner, the earpiece, the proximity sensor, and the ambient light sensor. The device also has a dedicated button for launching the Google Assistant, and the Jovi Image Recognizer, which can search for items on various eCommerce websites, with a database of over half a billion products.

The V15 Pro runs on Android 9 Pie with Vivo’s Funtouch OS 9 on top, which brings several new features such as Game Mode 5.0, which significantly reduces dropped frames in games, resulting to better overall performance. It packs a 3,700mAh power pack with Dual Engine Fast Charging Technology.

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The Vivo V15 Pro comes in two colors: Topaz Blue and Coral Red and will retail for INR28,990 or around PhP21,200.

Specifications
ProcessorHelio P70(Octa-Core)
RAM6GB
Storage128GB (Expandable)
Display6.39" Super AMOLED, FHD+
Rear Camera12MP (Main) + 8MP (Wide-Angle) + 5MP (Depth)
Front Camera32MP
OSAndroid 9 + FunTouch OS 9
Battery4,000mAh
Other FeaturesDual Engine Fast Charging
Super Night Mode
USB Type-C
Dedicated Button for Google Assistant
Game Mode 5.0
Pop-up Selfie Camera

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