In India, the Vivo V27 Pro has officially debuted. Vivo’s newest V-series smartphone is the replacement for the Vivo V25 Pro from the previous year. The Vivo V27 Pro maintains the same slim and light design aesthetic as its predecessor, in addition to having a rear panel that can change colour. The phone has high-end hardware inside as well. Here’s our first look at the key improvements that the Vivo V27 Pro over its predecessor boasts on paper.
The Vivo V27 Pro features a glass back panel made of “Fluorite AG,” to start with the design. I’m carrying the Magic Blue colour choice, which when exposed to UV or sunshine turns from light blue to dark blue. Although if it is a little bit lighter in comparison, the blue colour of the V27 Pro is pretty comparable to the Sailing Blue edition of the V25 Pro.
Like the company’s flagship X80 Pro, the Vivo V27 Pro has flat top and bottom borders (Review). A dual-SIM slot, primary speaker, and USB Type-C port are all located on the bottom edge. One of the main characteristics of the phone is fundamentally highlight by the text “Professional Portrait” at the top of the frame.
When compared to other lighter smartphones like the iQoo Neo 7 5G (Review) and the iPhone 13 Pro, the Vivo V27 Pro is also quite easy to hold (Review). It is quite thin at just 7.36mm in thickness and weighs 182g. The phone’s curved frame and rear panel design make it easy to hold. The power and volume controls on the right edge are conveniently located in my hand.
The 6.78-inch full-HD+ AMOLED display on the Vivo V27 Pro sports curved edges and a hole-punch cutout at the top. The top and bottom bezels are likewise fairly small. The gadget has a fingerprint scanner built into the display for biometric authentication. Both a 120Hz refresh rate and a 240Hz touch sampling rate are support by the display.
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The front camera on the V27 Pro is 50 megapixels. A 50-megapixel Sony IMX766V primary camera sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera are also included in the triple rear camera configuration. One of the primary selling features of the V27 Pro is its night portrait, which Vivo claims has improved as a result of the upgraded main sensor and what it calls a “Aura Light” ring light on the rear of the device. Keep checking back as we test these assertions in the complete review.
The new phone, in contrast to its predecessor, does not skimp on performance. The MediaTek Dimensity 8200 SoC, which is built on TSMC’s 4nm technology, is included in the V27 Pro. The type we have costs Rs. 37,999 for 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and Rs. 39,999 for 256GB of storage. A 12GB RAM model with 256GB of storage has also been released by Vivo, and it costs Rs. 42,999. The 4,600mAh battery in the V27 Pro supports 66W rapid charging.
The Funtouch OS 13-based version of Android 13 is preinstall on the V27 Pro. Vivo has committed to giving the V27 Pro two significant Android updates and three years of security patches. There are certain third-party programmes that come pre-installed with the software, but you can remove them.