Vivo V15 Pro vs Vivo V15: Comparison

by June 10, 2019 0 comments

Vivo, a Chinese smartphone brand recently launched the V15 Pro and V15 in India that come with flagship features such as the pop-up selfie camera, in-display fingerprint scanning technology and Super AMOLED display in the V series. Here in this Vivo V15 Pro vs V15 comparison, we will see how they are different from each other.

Vivo V15 Pro vs Vivo V15: Price

The V15 Pro is available in 6GB/128GB at Rs 28,990 on Vivo India E-store,, and Flipkart. The Vivo V15 Pro will come in two colour variants – Topaz Blue and Ruby Red.

On the other hand, the Vivo V15 is available in 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM with expandable memory up to 256GB, in Glamour Red, Frozen Black and Royal Blue at Rs 23,990 on vivo India E-Store,, Flipkart, PayTm Mall, Tata CLiQ.

Vivo V15 Pro vs Vivo V15: Design and display

The V15 Pro creates an enhanced visual experience by incorporating a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED Ultra FullView display screen that comes with a 91.64 per cent screen-to-body ratio — a first in the V series. The smartphone also incorporates Vivo’s industry-leading fifth-generation In-display fingerprint scanning technology, which comes armed with a higher fingerprint pixel density and more sophisticated algorithms, allowing faster and secure unlocking experience.

On the other hand, the V15 comes packed with Ultra FullView display but has a relatively small display at 6.53-inch that offers a 90.95 per cent screen-to-body ratio. The V15 is packed with fifth-generation Corning Gorilla Glass. Furthermore, the smartphone’s rear is designed with a refreshing colour gradient with the combination of 3D curves and spectrum ripple design.

Vivo V15 Pro vs Vivo V15: Specs and features

The V15 Pro comes with a 32MP pop-up selfie camera. The top of the smartphone and retracts once the selfie has been clicked. The V15 Pro features an AI enabled 48 Million Quad Pixel Sensor (12 Million Effective Pixels) + 8MP + 5MP triple rear camera with 1/2.25-inch sensor and a large f/1.8 aperture. The smartphone uses quad-pixel technology, which combines 4 adjacent pixels into one ‘super pixel’ delivering high-quality 12MP photos, to ensure clear and sharp low light photography.

The powerful combination of 8MP AI-enabled Super Wide-Angle camera, a 5MP Depth camera and an upgraded AI algorithm allows for a wider 108 degrees view that results in better picture composition.

The rear camera also comes with a AI Super Night Mode that can instantly take multiple photos at different exposure. The V15 Pro camera has an upgraded AI Body Shaping to AI Portrait Lighting features, for enhancing the photography experience. After identifying photo scenes, the AI suggests appropriate filters, and with time learns to produce better results.

The Vivo V15 also comes with 32MP pop-up selfie camera. There is also a triple rear camera setup but differs in the resolution of primary sensor. Instead of a 48MP sensor, there is a 12MP Dual Pixel Sensor (24 million photosensitive units) along with an 8MP AI Super Wide-Angle Camera and a 5MP Depth Camera. The 8MP AI Super Wide-Angle Camera expands the view to 120 degrees, capturing a better view, from a wider perspective.

Furthermore, the V15 comes equipped with powerful, easy to use features such as AI Face Beauty feature that helps add an additional level of detail to self-portraits.

Vivo V15 Pro vs Vivo V15: Processor and battery

The V15 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675AIE octa-core processor supported by an enhanced CPU and GPU, which consumes less power while delivering flagship level performance. The smartphone runs on Funtouch OS 9 on top of Android 9.0. Additionally, it has 3,700 mAh battery and supports Vivo’s exclusive Dual-Engine Fast charging ensures that the phone is charged up to 24 per cent in just 15 minutes.

The V15 comes equipped with a Mediatek P70 processor and runs on the latest Android 9.0 and Funtouch OS 9 to optimise energy management. The smartphone houses a 4,000mAh battery and vivo’s Dual-Engine Fast Charging.

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