Hisense V+ first review: 5.99-inch mid-range smartphone with Snapdragon 660

The Chinese manufacturer of electronics Hisense announced yesterday about the new smartphone Hisense V+. Novelty is a full-screen smartphone of the middle class, with a price equal to the previous less powerful model H11, released earlier this year.

Let’s get acquainted with Hisense V+ more closely and learn all its features so that you understand whether the gadget is worth your money or not. Still, too much competition, especially if you take into account that the phone in the base set costs 410 dollars.

Hisense V+ first review: 5.99-inch mid-range smartphone

Hisense V+: Design

The novelty is interesting because it has a modern and stylish design. On the front panel is a 5.99-inch IPS screen with a resolution of FHD+ with an aspect ratio of 18: 9. It occupies 84% coverage of the display and therefore looking at the smartphone, creates an immersive effect, especially when watching a video.

The frames to the right and left of the screen are minimal, from below and from above there are only small inserts that allow to hold the device in hands with comfort.
Above the screen is a 20-megapixel front camera with flash and sensors.
On the bottom frame, there is nothing, the buttons here are onscreen.

The back is covered with glossy 3D-glass. In the left upper corner is the main rear camera consisting of two sensors located horizontally. To the left of the camera there is an LED flash, and below it there is a fingerprint sensor.

The back panel looks very attractive, expensive and stylish, even if it gets dirty quickly, but it’s a fee for a glossy panel.

Hisense V+ first review: 5.99-inch mid-range smartphone

Hisense V+: Specifications

For the performance of the smartphone is responsible processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, designed for devices of the middle price segment. In the popular benchmark AnTuTu benchmark, the processor scored more than 105,000 points. In fact, the overall performance of the Snapdragon 660 is close to that demonstrated last year by flagships with top-end chips from MediaTek (Helio X25), Huawei (Kirin 950/955) and Samsung (Exynos 8890).

What is Snapdragon 660 so impressed with this impressive result? As part of this chip, 8 new Kryo cores operating at 1.9-2.2 GHz, as well as the Adreno 512 video accelerator. Not the least is the support for the LPDDR 4x @ 1866MHz RAM modules, as well as the UFS 2.1 drives.

Complements processor – 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.

Hisense V+ first review: 5.99-inch mid-range smartphone

In the photography sector, Hisense V + is equipped with a dual rear camera, which is a resolution of a wide-angle Sony IMX486 lens with a resolution of 12MP with aperture f/1.8 and a telephoto lens with a resolution of 8MP. The front camera has a resolution of 20 megapixels, supported by a soft flash, which allows you to shoot in dim light and dark lighting.

Also, the phone has a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm audio jack, and support for dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0. Comes with Hisense V+ supplied wired headphones JBL.

The smartphone comes with a 3400 mAh lithium-polymer battery, fast charge support (18 W).

Hisense V+ first review: 5.99-inch mid-range smartphone

Hisense V+: Price and release date

Hisense V+ will go on sale from April 10, its cost will be 2599 yuan, about $ 412.

During the promotion period, with each purchase of the smartphone, Hisense will send a free pair of wire-headphones JBL, with a smartphone.

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