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Vivo V1 Max: Stereo love

 If music be the food  of love, this smart phone will make you burp



By V. Sudhakshina

Bangalore, September 21 2015: The Vivo V1 Max is ideal for those who prefer listening to music on their smartphones rather than owning a separate device for it. Featuring the pro level 5 magnetic-circuit dual speakers and a proprietary Hi-Fi audio chip, this smart phone produces good stereo sound with minimal distortion.  The pro-level 5 magnetic-circuit speakers are designed to seek out the smallest sounds of varying frequencies and push them out to the headset or speakers. We tried playing a few tunes and found the audio to be crisp and clear. Not just the audio quality, even pictures come out sharp in theV1 Max  with its 5.5 inch IPS HD display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution.

The V1 Max runs on Android Lollipop 5.0 with a  1.4 Ghz Snapdragon processor and 2 GB RAM. For taking convenient selfies, VIVO has incorporated the palm activated self-timer for the front camera, which clicks images by recognizing your palm in 3 seconds. The 13 megapixels primary camera and the 5 megapixels secondary camera comes with standard editing features like face recognition and beautification modes.

Design wise, the V1 Max has a sleek and stylish look by combining the plastic body with metal casing at the back.

This device comes with a 16 GB internal memory, which is expandable up to 128 GB. It has a 2720 mAh non-removable battery. It is a dual-sim phone with support for 4G connectivity.

At Rs 21,980, we feel that the V1 Max is slightly expensive for a mid-range device.  But if you willing to pay the asking price for its superior  audio features,  the Vivo V1 Max might strike the right chord.



 





    



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Vivo V1 Max: Stereo love
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