Vivo V30 Review: The Vivo V30 is one of the very first Snapdragon 7 Gen 3-equipped phones available, and the most recent of vivo’s fashionable V series.
It includes an USB cable along with a case and one of the largest chargers we’ve ever seen. It’s size is justified by an output of 80W at peak and we’ll allow it to slide.
Vivo V30 Review
The V30 is in line with the highest standards set by vivo for design and high-end build quality. In a society that is constantly changing to a flat matt appearance, the Vivo V30 is sleek and curvaceous.
The Aqua model we’ve got to review has a flowing pattern beneath the glass at the rear. It’s similar to ripples in moving water. The blue hue on the rear panel appears very delicate.
There are two cameras mounted on this back side. one 50MP f/1.9 wide angle and an 50MP f/2.0 ultrawide that has autofocus. There’s a second-order mode within the camera’s viewfinder, however, the photos are cropped from the main camera.
On the front, the Vivo V30 comes with an 6.78-inch 120Hz AMOLED with 1260×2800 pixels resolution.
The Vivo V30 has Android 14 with vivo’s Funtouch OS 14 as the top layer. The model we’re testing has twelve GB RAM (with the option of adding the additional 12GB virtual memory) and the storage capacity is 512GB. Additionally, there’s a 5kmAh battery within.
We will be back with more V30-related content from vivo soon!