Let’s check out the users review of Vivo X80 model smartphone

One of the most stylish smartphones in its price range, the Vivo X80 exudes style. It also performs flawlessly, takes excellent photographs, has a long battery life, and quick 80 W rapid charging. The vast selection of photography and filmmaking features given will delight the majority of enthusiasts. Critics claim that the bloatware-filled FunTouch OS detracts from the premium experience and sticks out like a sore thumb.

Now, as we all know, there are some positive and some negative aspects attached to everything, especially gadgets. Even though the Vivo X80 has a 4.6 out of 5 stars review on Google, there are quite some negative reviews as well.

Let’s check out the positive reviews first.

When compared to flagship models from Samsung and Apple, Vivo’s X series phones frequently provide better performance and eye-catching photography features for less money. Vivo chose not to make the non-Pro variant available in India for the new X80 series, though. The Vivo X80 made its debut in India for a reasonable price of Rs 54,999. At this price, it includes a top SoC (the Mediatek Dimensity 9000), 80W rapid charging, a slew of photography and videography tools developed in partnership with Zeiss, and more. It’s reasonable to say that, at least on paper, the Vivo X80 appears to be a fantastic value.

Moving ahead to the negative ones.

While most of the features in the X80 model of the Vivo phone provide good performance, there have been problems with its connectivity and networks being reported. Some users have reported that it does not support 5G connectivity.

Other than that, The Vivo X80 lacks a high amount of expandable memory through a card slot, a 3.5mm port, an FM radio, Corning Gorilla Glass for screen protection, a temperature sensor, a barometer, and water and dust resistance. It also weighs a bit more than average at 203 g/206 g (7.16 oz).

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