Vivo Introduces V30 in Kenya: Advancing Portrait Photography and Premium Design

Table of contents


  • Vivo introduces the V30, emphasizing portrait photography and design improvements.
  • Key features include upgraded Aura Light Portrait technology and a 50 MP AF Ultra Wide-Angle Camera.
  • The V30 offers a premium design with nature-inspired color options, but its performance and pricing may raise some concerns.

Vivo has finally unveiled its latest flagship smartphone – the vivo V30 in Kenya, signaling a new era in smartphone photography as well as design. While the V30 introduces notable features, the competition has reached a point where we cannot be so sure unless in real-life experience that indeed it carries the crown it so proudly claims in this segment.

Alongside many refinements compared to its immediate predecessor, the V30 highlights upgraded Aura Light Portrait technology, which is aiming to enhance low-light portrait photography. With this worthy upgrade alongside the 50 MP AF Ultra Wide-Angle Camera, this handset will offer users the opportunity to capture a variety of scenes with clarity and detail.

When it comes to design, an area that has for the longest time received minimal upgrades in smartphone technology, the V30 presents a premium aesthetic which encompasses a nature-inspired color options such as Peacock Green and Noble Black. The incorporation of a comfortable 3D Curved Screen design as well as a vibrant 1.5K Ultra Clear Sunlight AMOLED Display adds to the device’s appeal.

While its design and camera features are noteworthy, questions may arise regarding its overall performance and pricing. We’ve had so many devices that have promised to wow us in this area only to fail in real-life situations. Vivo might find some worthy competitor in the set price range which might make it a little hard to have a homerun.

Additionally, the pricing of the V30 at Ksh. 64,999 may prompt scrutiny, as consumers would most likely evaluate whether the device’s features justify its cost. Transparency regarding the device’s value proposition as well as a competitive analysis could address potential concerns surrounding its affordability.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Parliamentarians Allocate NG-CDF Funds for ICT Hub Creation

Parliamentarians have allocated funds from the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF) for the creation of ICT Hubs. In Kakamega, Member of Parliament for Teso...


How to Send “Please Call Me” Messages on Safaricom, Airtel & Telkom

Are you in a stuation where you need to get hold of someone very quickly but no airtime to make a call? All major...


Local Smartphone Assembly Soars with 268,000 Units Sold Since October

Since last October, 268,000 smartphones assembled locally have been purchased by Kenyan consumers. The consortium responsible for producing these devices has successfully sold 80%...