The latest from Vivo, the V11 and V11 Pro is now up for grabs in Nepal. The mid-range phones from the Chinese company can be purchased starting from 20th September in Nepal. Both these phones will stack up against its competitors, including the OPPO F9 and Huawei Nova 3i, in the Nepali market. On top of that, the phones will also provide a much-needed rigidity for Vivo’s lineup in Nepal.
Vivo V11 Pro
The superior one from the list, the Vivo V11 Pro is a unique piece of tech in itself. The first unique thing is that it comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner that’s still rare these days, while the waterdrop screen is something you would want for an uncompromised viewing experience.
The phone has an elegant looking back and a seamless 6.41-inches Super AMOLED screen. With 19.5:9 aspect ratio the phone manages to offer 85.2% screen-to-body ratio — less than OPPO F9 but still impressive — without any notch obstructing the content. The display, though, also acts as a fingerprint scanner, thanks to the less visible scanner placed beneath its screen.
Powering the phone is the Snapdragon 660 chipset inside which should provide a smooth experience in terms of day to day task and gaming; you can at least play PUBG. The RAM is 6GB and the storage is either 64GB or 128GB, both available with microSD card slot.
Optically, the V11 Pro is really good on paper. It has a dual 12MP(f/1.8) + 5MP(f/2.4) depth sensor at the back, while the front’s equally impressive. Selfies are taken care by a 25MP f/2.0 lens.
Booting the phone is Android 8.1 Oreo on top of Funtouch 4.5 out of the box. Battery wise, the phone’s a bit backward — with a 3,400mAh one — than rest of its competitor. The [small] bummer here is that it still uses the old microUSB 2.0 port.
The Vivo V11, much like its ‘Pro’ counterpart is still a premium mid-ranger but with a cheaper price tag. Despite some compromises made the phone still has an eye-candy 6.3-inch display. The only downgrade here can be seen in the form of hardware. There’s a MediaTek Helio P60 chipset and 4GB of RAM. No in-display fingerprint scanner here, rather it gets shifted to the back to a usual position.
The rear has a pair of 16MP + 5MP camera, while the front still holds a similar 25MP selfie camera. Powering the Vivo V11 is a smaller 3,315mAh battery inside.
Vivo V11 and V11 Pro Price in Nepal
The Vivo V11 and V11 Pro will cost you Rs. 39,990 and Rs. 49,490 respectively in Nepal. Both phones will be available in Nepal starting from 20th September. There are also other cheaper alternatives from Vivo, including the Vivo V9 or the recently launched Vivo Y85.