Vivo V30 Unveiled Globally with Three 50MP Cameras, Snapdragon 7 Gen3, and AMOLED

Sohail Akhtar

Vivo V30 has begun its global debut, expanding availability across international markets. Packed with a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset and a substantial battery, the device showcases significant camera enhancements compared to its predecessor. Here’s a little intro to the phone’s specifications.

At the surface of the Vivo V30 is a 6.78-inch 120Hz AMOLED display boasting a resolution of 1260p and a staggering peak brightness of 2,800 nits. The display incorporates a fingerprint scanner beneath its curved panel, providing functionality alongside an elegant screen.

It leads in performance with a Qualcomm chipset manufactured using a cutting-edge 4nm fabrication. It comprises a 2.63GHz octa-core CPU and an Adreno 720 GPU. Vivo V30 offers four variants, catering to different storage needs — 8GB + 128 GB, 8GB + 256 GB, 12GB + 256 GB, and 12GB + 512 GB configurations.

Vivo V30 shines in photography with its dual 50MP rear camera design. Utilizing the 50MP OmniVision OV50E sensor, the primary lens of the Vivo 5G new mobile delivers exceptional clarity with a 1/1.55” sensor size. The ultra-wide-angle lens also incorporates a 50MP sensor with autofocus. Notably, the front camera has another 50MP sensor to deliver high-quality selfies.

Enhancing the user experience, the Vivo V30 introduces a larger 5,000 mAh battery, a notable upgrade from its predecessor. Supporting 80W FlashCharge technology, the device manages to maintain a slim profile, measuring just 7.5 mm in thickness at its base.

Running on Funtouch 14, based on Android 14, Vivo V30 emphasizes longevity with a promise of what Vivo calls a "50-month smooth experience," indicating the company’s commitment to providing software support for at least four years.

Vivo V30 is due for more than 30 markets, including Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Egypt, and UAE. Official details regarding the pricing/configuration of the phone are currently unavailable.


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