A week ago, I had the pleasure of unboxing the latest addition to vivo’s smartphone line, the vivo V27e. Teasers online boast of good features and a sleek black panel design.
The box is quite basic, brands are no longer trying to create unique package designs. People throw them away anyway. It comes with everything you’d expect out of the box – USB type c cable, power adapter, silicon case, SIM pin, and some paperwork. By now, you’re probably used to not seeing earphones because of the rise of TWS.
The vivo V27e immediately caught my eye with its stunning design. Its thin profile and black panel design really appeal to me when the light bounces off it. The vibrant 6.62-inch FHD+ AMOLED impressed me with crisp visuals, vivid colors, and excellent viewing angles. Whether I’m browsing through photos or watching videos, the display provides an underwhelming experience.
Inside it runs with
- MediaTek Helio G99 octa-core
- 2x Cortex-A76 2.2GHz & 6x Cortex-A55 2.0GHz
- Mali-G57 MC2
- 8GB of RAM
- 256GB Storage
It comes with a triple-camera setup that in my initial tests, the camera delivered sharp and bright images, with accurate color reproduction and good dynamic range.
- 64MP OIS primary f/1.79
- 2MP bokeh lens f/2.4
- 2MP macro f/2.4
- Triple rear flash with a color temperature
- Front camera: 33MP selfie f/2.0
The 4600 mAh battery, 66W Flash Charge provides impressive endurance throughout the day. I was able to browse the internet, stream media, and use various apps without worrying about draining the battery. In addition, the device supports fast charging, ensuring that I can easily top up the battery when needed.