vivo V30 5G launching in Kenya this April

Vivo has announced that it will be bringing the vivo V30 5G, its latest addition to its V series to Kenya this April.

Vivo said in a statement that the V30, boasts unparalleled imaging capabilities and a sleek design, solidifying its position in the competitive smartphone market in the country.

With the launch of vivo aims to bolster its V series portfolio, delivering an exceptional user experience in both photography and design realms.

Commenting on the impending launch, Mr. James Irungu, the Brand and Communications Manager, emphasized vivo’s commitment to innovation in photography and design. He highlighted the V30’s upgraded Aura Light Portrait feature as a testament to vivo’s dedication to providing users with powerful tools for exceptional photography experiences.

Expected vivo V30 Specs

The vivo V30 feature 6.78-inch curved 1.5K (2,800 x 1,260 pixels) AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, 300Hz touch sampling rate, and 2,800 nits peak brightness level.

It is powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor, up to 12GB of  RAM and up to 512GB of onboard storage.

The V30 features a 50-megapixel primary sensor with optical image stabilisation (OIS) support and a second 50-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide-angle lens alongside an Aura Light flash unit

Vivo says the V30 promises to revolutionize smartphone photography with its innovative features. Leveraging the acclaimed Smart Color Temperature Adjustment function from its predecessor, the V29, the V30 takes it a step further with the introduction of Distance-Sensitive Lighting, ensuring optimal brightness adjustments based on subject proximity for captivating portraits.

The device’s Aura Light Portrait feature, with its rounded rectangular design, showcases vivo’s attention to detail, promising users effortless masterpiece creation.

The vivo V30 will also come with a 5000 mAh (TYP) battery with support for 80W FlashCharge and will be available in peacock green, and the timeless noble black.

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