Vivo launches the Vivo V30 5G, we spot their secret

Chinese multinational technology company Vivo introduced an eye-catching Vivo V30 series lineup on Thursday night to bring forward devices that they say may just cause a stir in the market thanks to the V series 5G ready processing power.

Vivo launched the Vivo V30 5G which is described as Vivo’s thinnest smartphone with a 5 000mAh battery.

Vivo also unpacked the Vivo V 30e to the South African market while boldly placing both devices in all four of South Africa’s major network operators, Vodacom, Telkom, MTN and Cell C.

Both the Vivo V30 5G and Vivo V30e promise a new chapter for Vivo and a step into bolder more aesthetically pleasing devices.

Packed with 5G muscle and a snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor, the Vivo V30 5G arrives with 12GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, a camera with an Aura light portrait system around two camera sensors. We spot a 50MP main camera, 2MP and a 50MP ultrawide sensor on the back with one last 50MP camera for selfies on the front.

A Qualcom Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor is convincing alongside OS based on Android 14.

The screen specs flex a 6.78 inches, 2800X1260, and 120Hz AMOLED display.

A 5 000mAh of battery power is assisted by 80W flash charge charging speed. Users can expect around 13 hours of social media surfing.

Users get a zero to full in just 48 minutes all thanks to the included 80W FlashCharge charger.

The Vivo V30 5G promises competent multitasking thanks to the 24GB of RAM used, an impressive tweak that may leave some laptop holders a little irritated.

It comes in colours waving aqua and noble black and should be in retailers this week.

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