Vivo Z1Pro (Sonic Blue, 64 GB) (4 GB RAM)
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- 4 GB RAM | 64 GB ROM | Expandable Upto 256 GB
- 16.59 cm (6.53 inch) Full HD+ Display
- 16MP + 2MP + 8MP | 32MP Front Camera
- 5000 mAh Battery
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 AIE Octa Core 2.3GHz Processor
- Fast Charging
- Triple Card Slot
Watch high-quality movies seamlessly, play graphics-rich games and do a lot more on the Vivo Z1Pro. Its 16.59 cm (6.53) FHD+ Display delivers vibrant visuals. Thanks to its AI Triple Rear Camera, you can capture impressive portraits and pictures of landscapes. You can also take the selfie game a notch higher with the 32 MP In-Display Front Camera.
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 AIE processor and 4 GB of RAM, this phone can handle any task seamlessly. The advanced 10-nm design, a clock speed of up to 2.3 GHz and Adreno 616 Graphic Processing Unit (GPU) let you game and multitask easily. It comes with 64 GB of internal memory so that you can store loads of pictures, videos and other files.
What is of more concern though is the USB-C/HDMI port door. This door pops off for placement into the Karma gimbal/drone, as well as just for charging:
Now this won’t easily pop-off while it’s locked in place, as you have to press a button down to open it (plus slide it). But, the trick will be not losing it after charging your camera or while the charging cable is attached. GoPro does sell the door as an accessory (albeit over priced), and I know I plan to buy an extra door and then seal it up somewhere special in my backpack/suitcase for traveling. Because I guarantee you that I’ll lose it at the most inopportune time on a trip to some beautiful watery location and be unable to take pictures of The Girl underwater in a bikini without the door.
Speaking of doors that we don’t want opening up, we’ve also got the battery compartment down below. That holds both the battery as well as the micro-SD card:
All of this is of course waterproof as well. Though, it won’t work underwater. For that you’ll need to use the push-buttons on the top/side of the camera to change modes.