The Vivo V3 max is one of the better mid range smartphones out now and it features almost everything that’s nice and has a few cons in terms of few areas not being that developed but overall this smartphone is a neat package. In this post we will try to cover everything about the Vivo V3 Max and how well does it perform and few other things too. So read on as we start our Vivo V3 Max review.
Here’s the initial hands on review that we did for the Vivo V3 Max.
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Vivo V3 Max review with unboxing: Specifications
The Vivo V3 max comes with an Octa Core Snapdragon 652 chipset and comes with an Adreno 510 GPU alongwith 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of onboard storage, options for expandable storage via hybrid sim slot and it has a 5.5 inch 1080p display.
It comes with Funtouch OS 2.5 based upon Android 5.1 Lollipop. The custom ROM has got plenty of amazing options and tricks which can’t be found in stock AOSP ROMs. It performs really good on the device as there’s ample RAM to push it and more often than not there’s a lot of free RAM left on the system.
The device is a dual Sim device and supports LTE.
It comes with a 13 MP primary camera and an 8 MP front camera. The images taken from these cameras came out clear but many a times images look washed out and low light shots lacked clarity and showed a lot of noise.
Video recording was average at best but the camera does provide a lot of options for different shots. It has time lapse video, slow motion videos. Motion track features, Ultra HD images which samples a lot of shots for creating one image that has a lot of resolution and detail.
Here’s our full Vivo V3 Max camera review for those who are interested.
In terms of audio too this device is fairly equipped, it comes with a 32 bit 192 kHz Digital to Analog converter and it can easily drive a nice pair of headphones with great sound clarity.
In terms of connectivity this device comes with WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1, A-GPS with GLONASS and BDS and FM Radio too. It has an accelerometer, proximity sensor, gyroscope and fingerprint sensors.
The Vivo V3 Max comes with a non user removable Li-ion 3000 mAh battery. As of now it’s only available in Gold color.
Gaming performance on this device was fairly good and it was able to show it’s prowess against heavy titles too. But a con for this device is that it did heat up which we didn’t like. Watch on our full gaming review along with heating tests for the Vivo V3 Max in order to know more about this!
Watch on our Vivo V3 Max review with unboxing in order to know everything about this smartphone!
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