Listen up people, Vivo V11, a phone with that beautiful waterdrop notch is getting a price drop. This doesn’t have a fancy under-display fingerprint sensor like its pricier sibling Vivo V11 Pro but it still looks futuristic and beautiful nonetheless. Previously priced at Rs. 39,990, Vivo V11 now costs Rs. 37,790. That’s an Rs. 2200 reduction. This means you will now have the cash to buy a decent pair of earbuds.
The Vivo V11 is a typical midrange phone with not so typical screen. It has a 6.3 inch full HD screen AMOLED screen which is unusual at this price point. AMOLEDs have, normally, punchier colors than their LCD counterparts. The screen runs nearly edge to edge with a small cutout for the camera. This implementation looks better than the teardrop one found on the Oppo phones.
The phone gets its power from a Helios P20 processor. This is combined with 4GB RAM to give a smooth day to day performance.
Vivo V11 Key Specifications
- Display: 6.30-inch Super AMOLED (2280*1080)
- Chipset: MediaTek Helio P60
- CPU: Octa-core
- GPU: Mali-G72 MP3
- Memory: 128GB microSD expandable storage (up to 256GB); 4GB RAM
- OS: Funtouch OS based on Android 8.1 (Oreo)
- Primary Camera: 16 MP + 5MP with PDAF and LED flash
- Secondary Camera: 25 MP
- Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 3315 mAh battery
- Sensors: Fingerprint sensor, accelerometer, proximity, compass
Vivo V11 Price in Nepal: Rs. 37,790
Vivo V11 has a 16MP+5MP setup with the same 25MP selfie camera at the front. Like most other manufacturers, Vivo is betting on AI-assisted features to differentiate the cameras on the V11. The AI automatically analyzes a scene and selects the ideal shooting mode, and Google Lens integration is baked into the camera.
Overall, Vivo V11 is a capable competitor to the phones like Huawei Nova 3i, and the Oppo F9. All these phones offer a nearly identical set of features. For most people, the choice will come down to design preference. And that doesn’t mean just looks. Hold these phones in your hand and see which you feel like using the most. You’d be surprised how many people change their minds after using a phone for a while.