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Vivo V1 Features

Budget Phones

Features

Sensors

Fingerprint
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Barometer
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Proximity
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Heart Rate Monitor
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Temperature
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Compass
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Gyroscope
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Ambient Light Sensor
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Accelerometer
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Wireless Charging

Waterproof

Iris Scanner
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Player

MP3
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MP4
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WAV
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WMA
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EAAC+
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FLAC
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WMV
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H.264
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Browser
HTML5

Photo Editor
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Video
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Java
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ANT+ Support
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Active Noise Cancellation With Dedicated Mic
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Document Viewer
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Vivo V1 Player

The Vivo V1 features are used for staying in touch, clicking photos, playing games, watching videos and also listening to music. The Vivo V1 Player usually plays various formats. MP3 playback is available which allows you to enjoy your favorite tunes. You can watch your beloved tracks come alive since the Vivo V1 enables you to view MP4 videos. WAV stands for Waveform Audio File Format. It is created by Microsoft which you can use as an alternative to MP3. Perhaps you are an audiophile who gets very upset with poor quality songs. If yes, then you'd be very glad to know that you can listen to free loss less audio codec on the Vivo V1. WMV is an acronym for Windows Media Video and it is one of the most widely used video formats. You can view WMV files on the Vivo V1 player. The Vivo V1 is unable to play WMA music. Now that you know all the formats supported by the Vivo V1 players, you can also find out about sharing files since sharing is truly caring! The Vivo V1 Connectivity is your go-to guide for this. You can learn about NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and see if it is supported by the Vivo V1 or not!

Vivo V1 Sensors

We cannot talk about the Vivo V1 features without mentioning the multitude of sensors available. A sensor is used to detect events or changes in the environment, and then provide an appropriate output. Since the phone is with you 24/7, it suffices to say that they are very important for proper functioning of all its features. You have come to the right place to find out all about the Vivo V1 sensors. The Vivo V1 does not have a barometer to measure the atmospheric pressure. Unfortunately, you cannot check the temperature with your Vivo V1 as it does not have an in-built temperature sensor. Our modern day phones are like the veritable Swiss Army knives which make almost all other devices redundant. The Vivo V1 compass helps you make sense of which direction you need to go in! The proximity sensor, which helps the phone to detect the presence of nearby objects is unavailable on the Vivo V1. Have you ever wondered how your phone shifts its screen orientation from portrait to landscape and vice versa so seamlessly? That is because of the accelerometer present in the Vivo V1 which tracks linear acceleration. The Vivo V1 lacks a gyroscope which helps the accelerometer in determining screen orientation.

Vivo V1 Browser

The Vivo V1 browser is the primary way which you access the internet through. Till we began using apps for anything and everything, the maximum amount of time online was spent in the browser! While its importance has diminished, it has not been eliminated entirely. The Vivo V1 browser is HTML5. It does not support Java. Internet browsing is made even more enjoyable when you have a super sharp display. Click on Vivo V1 Display and check if it has one of the best display resolutions or not! Do you like editing your photos or videos to beautify yourself or perhaps make funny videos to upload online? Then you should read up about the Vivo V1 photo and video editor. It indeed has a photo editor for you to play with to your heart's content. The Vivo V1 comes with a video editor for all those YouTube uploads!