Taking Selfies to The Next Level

Taking Selfies to The Next Level
Over the last few years, front camera for selfie has become one of the major aspects of most smartphones. It would be difficult to say how and where it began.As far as we remember, it was Sony Ericsson’s Z1010 that was the first phone with a front facing camera. The phone had a 0.3 megapixel camera. Looking at it today, this brand known for its innovative designs and features (remember the Walkman phone?), rarely finds a mentionin the selfie game.As the concept of selfies became more popular, smartphone brands too started focusing more on the virtues of the front facing cameras with increased resolutions, additional features such as image sensors, flash etc. This selfie sensation has become so strong that brands have started introducing “Selfie smartphones,” making it the primary selling proposition for the products. The example of this that clearly stands out is from the house of Opposmartphones (Will focus on this brand in our upcoming blog posts). The idea was well accepted by people at large and the suit was obviously followed by other players.


This brings us to the two smartphones we are focusing on, in this post. Vivo V5 and its upgraded variant, Vivo V5 Plus. Both these phones are frontrunners in the race to provide the best front camera photo experience. Camera resolution always plays an important part in the minds of buyers when they look at the smartphone specifications. Vivo V5 and Vivo V5 Plus with a 20 megapixel front cam, are way ahead of the competition. Vivo V5 Plus in fact, has taken it a notch higher by introducing dual selfie lens, the first one to do so, with the primary lens resolution of 20 MP and the secondary one being an 8 MP one.

The resolution, however, is just one of the aspects and Vivo does not stop at just this one. Vivo V5 comes teamed with Sony IMX376 image sensor that promises crystal clear pictures. Your pictures can be further enhanced with the unique  Moonlight Flash for low light photography and Face Beauty Mode 6.0. In V5 Plus, you can also add focus to pictures after they’ve been clicked. All these attributes thus make sure you get a perfect selfie experience.


Not forgetting the other performance needs of any smartphone, these phones are backed by a 4 GB RAM. V5 runs on a 1.5 1.5GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6750 processor while V5 Plus is powered by 2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 625 processor. Both the phones come with a dual simslot and can support 3G and 4G connectivity. On the rear end, Vivo V5 and V5 Plus host a 13 MP and a 16 MP back camera and battery of 3000 mAh and 3055 mAh respectively. Other features include multi-screen and eye protection mode as well as fingerprint unlocking. 
All in all, if a better camera is what you look for in your next smartphone, these two models, especially V5 Plus must be one of the models in your consideration. You can find them along with every other major brand at Viveks.