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Vivo has just launched their exciting new V series couple the V27 5G and the V27e on Tuesday night at the Circa Art Gallery in Rosebank.
Boasting an incomparable aura light portrait system the V27 5G provides natural light shots due it its 50 MP OIS ultra-sensing rear camera.
A Sony IMX766V sensor allows the camera to capture great portraits at night, which left some of us astonished at the late-night low-light camera prowess.
The Vivo V27 5G comes with hybrid image stabilization to compute movements of up to 10 000 times a second in order to provide the user with clear footage.
The image stabilization feature is a key selling point for both the V27 5G and the V 27e and Vivo says the hybrid image stabilization feature can compute movements up to 10 000 times per second, allowing users smoother, more stable clearer footage.
The fascinating thing about the V275G was the drop-test anecdote where Vivo said the device had been tested over 150 times against humidity, drop resistance, and stress tests when placed in user back pockets.
The devices are compelling with unique market appeal.
The minute ring light on the back of the V27e makes a whole difference when taking night pictures.
The V27e performs really well in low light and the ring light appears to have been the right touch when looking at the result of images taken at sunset.
The device comes with a unique Aura light portrait system, unique color, and a high performing 4nm chip.
The aura light portrait system had us slightly intrigued due to its ability to provide natural night portraits from the 50MP OIS ultra-sensing rear camera.
We cannot wait to put the devices to the test but have to congratulate Vivo on the introduction of two compelling and stylishly packaged additions.
The V27 5G and the V27 e retail at R16,999 and R11,999 respectively.