If you’re looking for the best smart phone on the market, you might want to check out the Vivo V21E that’s currently available from OZtion Vivo V21e . Get to see the cutting-edge performance that the Vivo V21E has as it features a powerful dual-core processor and a beautiful LCD and camera set up. It’s available in several attractive colors, and boasts a sleek design that you’ll love.
The phone has a stunning two-tone glass build, along with front and rear cameras that are capable of shooting in both normal and digital modes. It also has a large 1.5 inch screen, along with a nice large curved dock connector and a microSD slot for additional storage. The phone comes with software that allows you to turn your PC into your television, complete with Netflix, Pandora, Ice Box, Hulu Plus, and lots more. It also comes complete with OZtion’s award winning wallpaper and sound effects gallery.
The Vivo V21E comes with a nicely built physical keyboard, with large buttons and a soft, pink touchpad. It’s one of the simplest phones on the market to use, as it comes standard with a power management button and a volume control slider, which can be useful if you like to change your sound volume through the mixer on the phone. This physical keyboard provides great navigation, although some people might find it difficult to press the buttons without thinking about it first. The Vivo does have a fingerprint sensor, which means that you won’t have to type in your password each time you take the phone out, saving you time. Other notable features include the front-facing camera, the ability to use 3G for web browsing, expandable memory with microSD card, and the Qi charging port, which is quite popular.
The two biggest differences between the Vivo v 21E and other smartphones is the display and the battery life. Both have Super AMOLED panels that use an advance neuromuscular cell technology that delivers crisp color resolution at full HD. In addition to this, the rear cameras on the iPhone and HTC Evo Shift are not able to support the high pixel density of the Adreno mobile engine used in the Exynos devices, which means that neither will play out HD video on the Vivo. The only exception to this is that the iPhone uses an Adreno buffer, whereas the Exynos device uses MediaVita.
As for the display, the Vivo has a slightly larger and clearer display than the iPhone and HTC Evo Shift. It also has higher contrast and colors, although it could use a bit more memory. In terms of cameras, the two smartphones’ rear camera setups are virtually identical. The main difference is that the iPhone’s primary camera has a higher optical zoom and better manual settings, whereas the Adreno camera setup of the Vivo v 21E supports only the lower magnified view. In terms of video capture, the two smartphones’ rear camera setups are about even.
When comparing the two smartphones side by side, one major area of differentiation has to be the physical size of the devices. The iPhone is much bigger, weighing in at over 5oz, while the Google smartphone is much smaller and weighs only 4.5oz. Apple also has access to more features and apps, as well as its brand value. With these factors considered, the Vivo v 21E seems to edge out the Android device, though this review is still one to be made under very particular conditions.