The Vivo V5s has totally cranked up the selfie game, posing a challenge to enthusiasts out there: How do you actually take selfies that stand out among the rest?
Don’t try too hard. The best selfies are those that radiate with natural beauty. Got flirty eyes? then flaunt them! Pouty lips or perfect pearly whites? put out that killer smile of yours. Of course, a bit of styling will help. Give your hair a touch of bouncy curls plus a spot of color on your cheeks and lips, and then show your best pose. The V5s’ 20MP front camera with f/2.0 aperture will capture all these in crystal clear detail.
Get ‘prettyfied’. No more heavy filters and contrived beauty enhancements. Face Beauty Mode 6.0 gives your skin a soft glow that makes you radiate and look fresh in your selfies. This feature works like a skincare tool and automatically detects your gender as it automatically applies beauty touches.
Go into the light. Capture that perfect selfie anytime, anywhere with the V5s’ Selfie Softlight and enhanced night mode. The improved softlight produces lighting effects similar to what you’d get in a professional photography studio for crystal clear selfies, even at night.
Share those perfect moments. Share the moments you’ve captured with friends and loved ones. When taking a groufie, the V5s’ landscape-panning or panoramic effects ensures that everyone’s included in the shot.
The Vivo V5s is now available in stores for PhP14,990. For more information on Vivo’s products, you may visit www.vivo.com/ph, or their social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Vivo V5s Specs
- 1.5GHz MediaTek MT6750 Octa-Core Processor
- 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage expandable via MicroSD Card (Up to 256GB)
- 5.5-inch HD IPS LCD Display, Gorilla Glass 3 Protection
- 13MP Rear Camera, f/2.2, PDAF
- 20MP Front Camera, Sony IMX376, f/2.0, Selfie Softlight, Group Selfie
- Hi-Fi Music AK4376 dedicated audio chip
- FuntouchOS 3.0 on top of Android Marshmallow
- 3,000mAh battery
- Sensors: Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Proximity, Compass
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.