Vivo X80 for Rs 5,000 less than its original price so what are you waiting for grab it now

It will take some time but still, you can believe that Vivo 80 is actually available for Rs 59,999 and you save Rs 5,000 on this deal. If you are not willing to pay at once you can go ahead with the EMI option that lets you grab this awesome phone for just Rs 2,881/month. This phone is available on Vijay’s sales website.

Let’s talk about the specs of this beauty

Now you must be thinking about the features of this phone. So Vivo X80 mobile was launched on 25th April 2022. This phone comes with a 6.78 inches wide touchscreen display that offers a 120 Hz refresh rate and 1080 X 2400 pixels resolution. It is powered by Octa Core MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor that makes it fast and smooth. It packs 12GB RAM.

This phone packs a 4500 mAh battery that supports proprietary fast charging and gives your phone day-long battery backup. As far as its camera is concerned it has got a triple camera setup that features a 50 MP primary camera, a 12 MP camera, and a 12 MP camera. The front side of the phone has a 32 MP camera that makes sure that you have the best and flawless selfie.

The Vivo X80 runs Android 12 based, which is not the latest Android 13. It packs 256GB of inbuilt storage. This phone was introduced in the market in cosmic black and urban blue color.

 




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