|By PR Newswire||
|November 30, 2016 08:19 AM EST|
SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading smartphone manufacturer Vivo has officially released the company's latest smartphone Vivo V5, a new model of V series and the first product after the company's tagline changing to "Camera & Music".
"The release of V5 marks the introduction of our new tagline," said Alex Feng, Global Vice President of Vivo, at the press conference, "The new tagline demonstrates a new direction of Vivo as continuing bring new and surprises to our users by introducing accumulated user experience."
"Photography and music have become two of the most essential ways for people to experience life and express themselves. The V5 that carries evolutionary softlight camera and state-of-the-art Hi-Fi technologies reflects our new focus on meeting these demands and meanwhile exploring the deeper connection between music and real life." Feng remarked.
- 5.5-inch Display with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass: Creating Surprising
Applying the ultra-narrow bezels while at the same time equipped with a 5.5-inch large display with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass, the V5 features a hand-fitting uni-body design that fits in one hand comfortably and is ideal for single-handed operation.
- IMX376: Evolutionary 20MP Front Camera to Perfect Selfie
Co-engineered with SONY, Vivo's V5 features a 20MP front camera, a selfie spotlight and sophisticated beautification software. It carries an IMX376 flagship sensor tailored for the V5 that provides unparalleled photography experience.
With a super-large image sensor of 1/2.78 inches, the IMX376 is comparable to digital cameras in terms of imaging quality in low light condition. The 20MP resolution with an f/2.0 large aperture and 5P lenses enables outstanding portrait shots creation.
The V5 also introduces the Selfie Soft-light feature that will automatically detect the surrounding light and switch on when needed to create the lighting effect of a professional photography studio.
In addition, with the Face Beauty 6.0, a perfect selfie could be generated with one click. V5 promises not only the most artistic photos, but outstanding photography experience to preserve precious yet fleeting moments of life.
- AK4376: Pioneered Hi-Fi Music Quality
Cooperated with Vivo's strategic partner AKM, a global top-notch music chip manufacturer, the V5 introduces the new Hi-Fi chip, AK4376, to deliver tremendously enjoyable music experience by reproducing every little detail in a music piece and thus making it sound like a live performance.
Other key features of V5 include:
- 4GB RAM and octa-core processor that realizes slit screen and multi-tasking with lower risks of system crash
- Front fingerprint unlocking feature that allows unlock in just 0.2 seconds.
- Eye protection mode that prevents eye strain by filtering blue light.
The V5 has been released in India, Vietnam, Philippine, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar and Thailand and are available for sale soon.
A young and passionate global smartphone brand focusing on introducing perfect sound quality and ultimate photography with cutting-edge technology, Vivo develops dynamic and stylish products for passionate people. The company ranks top 5 smartphone brands worldwide according to IDC Q3 2016 report.
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