Vivo India confirms that the V7 Plus sports a 24 Megapixel front Camera

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Chinese based smartphone manufacturer Vivo has launched their new smartphone Vivo V7+ in India with a 24-megapixel front camera and a full view display. The phone was priced at Rs. 21,990 and will be available in Gold and Matte black colors.

For the past few days, We’ve been reading about an allegation against the vendor regarding the incorrect specifications. The company launched their smartphone as a selfie centric one. With the incredible 24-megapixel front camera, the device has attracted many eyes. The device runs on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 450 chipset. The real problem starts here. According to the specifications of Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset, that chipset’s maximum camera capacity is 21-megapixel. But Vivo comes with a 24-megapixel camera using that processor. We were waiting to receive an official confirmation from the brand regarding this issue.

Today, Vivo India has released an official statement which clears the mystery. According to the statement, the chipset is capable of supporting the 24-megapixel camera. They claim that the Qualcomm’s spec sheet is an outdated one. The company has ensured that Qualcomm will update it within few days. Here is the official statement:

“We appreciate your interest in Vivo and our products. Vivo would like to reiterate that the new Vivo V7+ front camera sensor is indeed capable of shooting 24MP photos. The Qualcomm website will be updated shortly to include support of this specification. We always guarantee the authenticity of our information, as well as our dedication to innovation and our consumers.”

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Vivo Launches New Smartphone V7 Plus In India With 24MP Selfie Cam And 18:9 Ratio Screen 

 

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