Vivo V21 Brief Review

Vivo V21 Brief Review – Like Oppo, Vivo also focuses on lifestyle in accordance with the meaning of Vivo itself is “life” in Latin. Vivo puts more emphasis on design, selfie capabilities and tries to offer a wide selection of devices that have their own style. Among the highlights in the Vivo product line is the V series. It is a mid -range device that offers professional -level photographic capabilities. Among the latest in the Malaysian market is the Vivo V21.

We chose this device as the camera phone of choice for Hari Raya because of the camera capabilities it offers. After using it for a few weeks, we can feel that Vivo is smart in offering attractive products that are affordable but still look premium. In this review article where we formulate whether the Vivo V21 is worth it or not to own.

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The screen

The device uses a 6.44-inch AMOLED screen with FHD+resolution. It also supports 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10+display. In addition, Vivo also uses a Dimensity 800U 5G chip with a combination of 8GB RAM memory and 128GB UFS 2.2 internal storage. The camera is 64+8+2 Megapixels with a 44 Megapixel selfie camera. Uniquely both the rear and front cameras are equipped with an OIS stabilization system with two LED flashes also placed on the front.

The battery is 4000mAh with 33W wired fast charging support. There are no additional wireless or reverse charging features on the V21. A fingerprint scanner is an optical type located at the bottom of the screen. The Vivo V21 runs the Funtouch OS 11 operating system based on Android 11.

The design of this device is more to the identity of the X Vivo series that started since the X50. It’s no exaggeration to say the V21 is very similar to the Vivo X60 we’ve reviewed before. The slim design, the build that feels good in the hand; the captivating colors and the overall bit of modernity are among the advantages of this device. But alas on the screen, the Vivo still uses a small notch that has already begun to be abandoned by many manufacturers.