Vivo, one of the more recent Chinese companies to sell smartphones in India is expanding its V series of Android smartphones. The Chinese smartphone maker has launched two new smartphones in its V series in India. It has launched the Vivo V3 and Vivo V3 Max which are priced at Rs. 17,980 and Rs. 23,980 respectively. Vivo has also announced actor Ranveer Singh as their brand ambassador and looks more prepared for a better establishment in India.

With the V3 and the V3 Max, Vivo is aiming at the lower and upper middle ranges. Both the phones are being touted to be really fast – Vivo has been using the tagline “Faster Than Faster” for these devices in online campaigns.

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Vivo V3 and V3 Max Specs

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The Vivo V3 Max, for example, can launch the camera within a second – according to Vivo, the V3 Max camera launch time is just 0.7 seconds. This is blazing fast even if you consider the much costlier flagship phones from Samsung, LG etc. Apart from that, the two phones also come with Phase Detection Autofocus – again, it is blazing fast. Vivo is claiming that the time it will take to focus is 0.2 seconds. With such fast focusing speeds, you should be able to capture the best moments properly.

Coming to the storage, the Vivo V3 and V3 Max have 32 GB inbuilt storage and 4 GB RAM. You can expand the internal storage with microSD cards up to 128 GB. Vivo V3 has Snapdragon 616 processor and the Vivo V3 Max is powered by Snapdragon 652  chipset and run on Android 5.1 with FunTouch UI 2.5. Dual SIM support, Fingerprint sensor are also present on the V3 and the V3 Max.

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The Vivo V3 is powered by a 2550 mAh battery, while the V3 Max is powered by a 3000 mAh battery. Both the phones come with fast charging support. According to the company, charging the V3 and V3 Max for 5 mins will let you play music for 2 hours.

Both the device also feature a 360 degree recognition fingerprint sensor.

Vivo V3 and V3 Max Pricing And Availability

The Vivo V3 is priced at Rs. 17,980 and the Vivo V3 Max is priced at Rs. 23,980. Both the phones will be available soon in India as no particular date is announced by the company.

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Rounak is techie by heart and journalist by profession. He is responsible to take care of editing job at Gadgets To Use. Driven by curiosity and a thirst to learn new things in life, he is always intrigued by the things we can do with a gadget in our hands. A stock Android and Nexus fan, he also enjoys cricket and reading in his free time.