Vivo is finally making a phone that’s good for a wide range of people, from the average user who wants a phone with great features to the high-end smartphone user who likes the way its battery and camera work.
In short, the Vivo X5, which launches today, is a good smartphone that will appeal to everyone.
We’ve reviewed several Vivo phones over the years, and the X5 is our pick of the best Android phones of all time.
The Vibe X5 was the first Vivo phone, but it’s still a very good phone, and it still deserves to be the top Android phone in our review.
Vivo has always been known for the premium hardware that it offers, and its phones are built to last, and that’s why we recommend it.
The phone’s design is beautiful and attractive, and you get a nice, thin bezel around the sides that’s nice and slim.
The design of the phone’s glass-and-metal chassis is a bit more utilitarian than the other Vivo smartphones, but that’s still something that we like.
The back is thin and sleek, and while there are no removable covers, it’s hard to complain about that, especially when you can swap out the screen cover in seconds.
The front is also thin, and when you take the screen out of the case, it feels good in your hand.
The battery is removable, so you can keep the phone charged without worry of it dying.
The X5 also has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, which is bigger than the LG V30, but smaller than the Huawei Mate 9, which has a larger display.
It’s also a little smaller than some of the other top Android phones, and is still one of the thinner Android phones we’ve reviewed.
The big change to the X1, the smaller battery, is that the X3 has a 2,000mAh battery that’s a little bit smaller than what you’d expect.
This smaller battery helps to make the X2 a bit lighter, and makes it slightly more comfortable to hold, though it still feels heavier than the X4.
The overall design of Vivo’s phones is very sleek and comfortable, and this design is one that we recommend to people who are looking for a smartphone with great specs.
You’ll want a Vivo smartphone with good battery life, though, and a battery with more than 10,000 hours of use.
We haven’t tested the Vibe Q2 yet, so we can’t comment on that.
What about design?
The Vivesh is a great phone, with a great design and a solid build quality.
The screen is nice and bright, and looks great with the matte finish.
The camera is excellent, with an impressive 16MP sensor.
There’s no fingerprint sensor on the front of the device, but there are a couple of options for that, including a fingerprint reader on the bottom edge.
The speakers are loud, and they’re pretty decent.
The case is very sturdy, with metal construction that’s very durable.
The metal construction of the X-series is another feature that we enjoy, and Vivo makes excellent phones with metal bodies.
The display is also nice, with the screen being large and vibrant, and there’s no glare or ghosting.
The 5.1-inch AMOLED display is bright and bright with a very wide viewing angle.
You get a 4,000 x 2,800 pixel resolution for the screen, and we prefer a pixel density of 454ppi over 441ppi.
The pixels are not quite as vibrant as the more colorful AMOLES that other phones have, but the difference is minimal.
The edges are smooth and smooth, and everything feels sturdy and solid.
There is no fingerprint reader, but you can unlock the phone with just your fingerprint.
The rear camera has a 12MP sensor, which offers decent resolution.
It doesn’t offer as good an autofocus performance as the iPhone 6S, but is still good enough for a phone like the Viva X5.
It takes good shots at night, so it’s not as bad as some other phones we have tested, and even the Sony Xperia Z4 can’t keep up with the Vives, which also has an 8MP camera.
The fingerprint reader is a very small one on the back, but we found that it was easy to use and didn’t bother us at all.
It took a few tries to unlock the device with the fingerprint reader but we eventually found the right one, which was easy enough to use.
There are no speaker grilles on the Xs, but Vivo does make a good speaker grille for the X. The only downside of the speaker grills is that you can’t use them as an earpiece.
The speaker grill is just there to make you feel like you’re listening to your phone.