By default, the front camera works at 8 megapixels to increase light collection, while the rear camera operates at 12 megapixels. Both can be set to maximum resolutions, however, if it is really necessary to see the pores of the subject. The rear camera also features an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera and a 5-megapixel camera.
Other specifications include Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 AIE 8-core processor, 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of memory (and a microSD card slot), 3.700 mAh battery and Vivo for Android 9, "Funtouch OS 9." While the King is a fast charger included, the V15 Pro has a USB Micro C port rather than USB, a strange choice for such a technological device.
To get rid of the notch and have a full-screen phone, Vivo tried a couple of approaches. He first introduced a selfie pop-up camera with the NEX S last year, but was limited to only 5 megapixels. Meanwhile, the NEX actually had a second rear display so you can take selfie with the rear camera. Now he's back to the pop-up camera and, with 32 megapixels, he's clearly serious. The V15 Pro will be launched soon in India for Rs 28,990, around $ 400.