Handset Review: The Vivo V21 Idol
With a design that’s inspired by nature and the utmost functionality, the Vivo V21 definitely stands out in the latest mobile smartphone and digital camera offerings. If you are looking for a camera that will give you everything you need for an easy to use, affordable and unique photo experience, the Vivo smartphone and digital camera is perfect for you. It is equipped with all of the standard features that you would expect from a smartphone – including video, image and photo editing features – as well as other advanced apps that allow you to do things quickly and easily. Here is a quick rundown of what you can expect when you buy the Vivo V21.
This is how it works: The Vivo V 21 is a high definition smartphone that also happens to be filled with many features and capabilities that are sure to amaze you. For example, you can synchronize your contacts and take photos of a particular place and then instantly share the images on social media, email and text Vivo V21 . You can also make a background of lightly blushing, gently swaying Japanese cherry trees, the glorious sun sink lower, a distant ocean and then the bright blue sky overhead. There is no way you will ever forget how you got to that serene location and how you ended up with those stunning photographs.
But that’s not all. The rear camera on this device has a high resolution, LED flash, dual LED flash, Optical zoom and a new image stabilizer, which allows for the ability to take the same picture from different angles. Furthermore, the front and back cameras have their own image stabilization technology with Laser Auto Focus and Vast Color Selection.
When it comes to camera performance, the Vivo V 21 is equipped with a dual mode 5g of HTC Sense. This is actually the only dual mode phone that we’ve seen from HTC. This enables the user to shoot in either portrait mode or landscape mode in either standard or expanded mode. In addition, it also features HTC’s first camera application, called M Beam, which will allow you to share pictures with friends through MMS.
The two camera options on the Vivo V21 are pretty comprehensive. In fact, they might just be more. For example, the HTC Desire Mobile Charger Grip offers users the ability to snap high-quality photographs while charging the phone. This dual mode phone has an intuitive interface, complete with volume buttons, home key and Quick Panel, which acts as a shortcut to different applications on the phone. This intuitive navigation system also includes the HTC Flip Control, which provides users with a streamlined home screen and allows them to launch their most used applications with one touch.
Speaking of applications, the HTC Desire Mobile Charger Grip also offers users access to HTC’s own fitness applications, namely HTC Sense, HTC Fit, Moxier Pro, HTC Record and HTC Skyrocket. These apps include a whole range of workout modes, including interactive routines that let users track their heart rate, calories burned and average speed, in addition to offering them a personal trainer and a running path to follow. It also features a photo and video camera, allowing you to capture photos and videos of yourself or other things you’re doing and then save them to your HTC Idol’s internal memory or connect them to the internet via the micro USB port.
At the rear of the Vivo V21 is HTC’s own Ultra Sharp 2x optical zoom camera, which features a 16x optical zoom. In addition, the main sensor has been equipped with image stabilization, so you’ll be able to take quality images even when the light isn’t as bright as you’d like it to be. This is excellent news, especially for outdoor shots, where low light can make your pictures look fuzzy.
The body of the Vivo V21 is constructed from aluminum, which is one of the lightest smartphone phones available today, weighing in at only 175g. Despite this weight, the phone is surprisingly comfortable to use. I personally found the touch screen to be responsive, although I did find the power button hard to access if you were used to holding smartphones like the iPhone and Android. There are no fingerprint scanners on the HTC Idol, nor does it include a handwriting recognition facility – something I really appreciate. The battery life on the Vivo V 21 5G is extended by charging it up to full, which I do on a regular basis, and the phone lasts up to six hours on a charge.