Vivo V7+ has a 5.99-inch display with an aspect ratio of 18:9 and Oppo has 6-inch Full HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio.
Going by the smartphones which have been launched this year it seems that a nearly bezel-less design is in vogue. Keeping in tune with this trend, the Vivo V7+ sports a bezel-less design. The tall glass screen of the smartphone does not have a home button. When you use the phone the screen buttons light up. Overall, the phone looks quite solid as it sports a metal body. However, it is not very bulky. In contrast, the Oppo F5 is a sleek phone with very thin bezels on the screen. The back of the device comes with rounded corners and curved edges. The screen is bright and consists of capacitive keys. Moreover, the F5 does not have a home button just like the V7+.
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The Vivo V7+ has a 5.99-inch display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. This wide display allows for more screen space enabling you to enjoy videos at a low resolution of 720 pixels. As for the Oppo F5, its 6-inch Full HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio offers sharp icons and an option for reproducing colours without reflecting too many variations in shades.
In terms of imaging options, the Vivo V7+ has a 24 megapixel front camera with LED flash as well as a portrait mode. Photos taken with the front camera are quite bright. It is also possible to click good photos in conditions offering adequate light. This smartphone has integrated the beautification feature in the camera’s app for clicking nearly perfect selfies. In fact, the V7+ delivers very good portrait selfies. The rear camera can capture minute details in natural light and there is no over-saturation in terms of the images.
On the other hand, the Oppo F5 comes with a front camera that clicks pretty good selfies in direct sunlight. With the help of Artificial Intelligence, it is possible to customize selfies depending on a user’s gender, age, colour and many other factors. This camera can recognise a background light and is capable of enhancing the luminosity of portraits for better selfies. With the front camera it is also possible to click shots with a Bokeh effect as it has a Portrait mode. With the Oppo F5 it is also possible to use many filters to enhance the quality of photos.
To conclude, the Vivo V7+ is definitely a good option for selfie fans who like the idea of clicking portrait shots with their handset’s front camera. However, an important fact to keep in mind is that the V7+ offers perfect selfies at a resolution of 780 pixels. So, if you have no issues with a low resolution display the V7+ costing Rs.21,990 seems to be a sensible choice. Though the Oppo F5 too sports several interesting features it is essentially a selfie-focused smartphone. Just like the Vivo V7+, the F5 also focuses on clicking great selfies which make you ‘picture perfect,’ especially on social media. But if you are a selfie buff on the lookout for a stylish smartphone, the F5 which is priced at Rs.20,000, will not disappoint you.