Vivo S1 Prime Prime Review, Pros and Cons – Vivo recently launched the Vivo S1 Prime in Myanmar. It has decent specs as the midrange and unveiled on August 12. To be more precise, this phone is a rebrand version of Vivo X50 lite, and its features are also quite similar. Speaking the phone’s technical aspect, you can presume that it is far better than any competitor. Now then, let’s start the Vivo S1 Prime review.
Vivo S1 Prime Review
- The Vivo S1 Prime attains the AMOLED panel as the front screen.
- In the processing unit section, you get the 11nm Snapdragon 655 chipset.
- As for the camera configuration, it copes the standard quad-camera that features a 48 MP sensor.
- An enormous battery of 4500 mAh gets the support of regular 18W fast charging.
- The phone published with an expected price tag of $285 (21,000 INR).
Design and Display
The S1 Prime handset has an exceptional design in the main camera board. Most of the smartphones represent different types, styles, shapes, and sizes board. But the diamond cut out of the primary camera looks unique and astounding at the same time, it is the first time that company implements that. On the other hand, the black panel coloring is available in three amazingly different colors Nebula Blue, and Jade Black.
As for the front side, the 6.38 inches Full HD AMOLED display panel arrives with a decent amount of pixel density. However, Corning glass protection is missing as per current standards which is essential.
Memory and Internal
It is quite shocking that the phone runs on Android 9.0 based on Funtouch 9.2 interface. Still, it blessed by the Vivo interact software for better user interaction. Apart from this, the performance is mediocre. The octa-core processor combines its power the 11 nm Qualcomm SDM665 Snapdragon 665 chipset on the board with Adreno 610. But, it tidy manages the system without any interruption while running apps and games.
In terms of storage specification, it presents an 8GB RAM blend along with the 128GB internal storage. It receives UFS 2.1 for fast data transfer as memory support. Although, it uses the shared micro SD slot, which means you have to kill the probability to use the second SIM while adding up the secondary storage, check here recently launched Vivo S7 5G.
As you see in the image down below, the new design camera setup will be seen, which stars quad camera setup. It includes the usual lineup of the mid-range 48 MP main camera sensor, 8 MP ultra-wide, 2 MP depth, and 2 MP macro. Alongside this, you will be pleased to know that it has a U notch 16 MP selfie port. Plus, there will be more features in the built-in camera app.