Vivo[1] has been on a phone launching spree over the past few months in India. We've seen the Vivo Z1 Pro[2] (Review[3]), Vivo Z1x[4] (Review[5]), Vivo S1[6] (Review[7]), and recently, the Vivo U10[8] (Review[9]) and Vivo V17 Pro[10]. We've already tested all these new offerings, and now it's time to check out the Vivo V17 Pro. This is the successor to the Vivo V15 Pro[11] (Review[12]), which launched earlier this year. Just like the rest of Vivo's V-series, the selfie camera is the main highlight. In fact, the Vivo V17 Pro features two pop-up selfie cameras and four at the back, for a total of six cameras.

The Vivo V17 Pro is priced close to Rs. 30,000, which makes it a direct competitor to the likes of the Oppo Reno 2Z[13] (Review[14]), Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro[15] (Review[16]), Asus 6Z[17] (Review[18]), and even the OnePlus 7[19] (Review[20]), as long as it remains discounted. While the Vivo V17 Pro takes the lead when it comes to the number of camera sensors it packs in, is it competitive enough on other fronts? Let's take a look.

Vivo V17 Pro design

The new Vivo V17 Pro features an all-too familiar design now, sporting a nearly all-screen front with no notch and relatively slim bezels all around, including the chin. The older Vivo V15 Pro[21] (Review[22]) was actually one of the first phones to sport this kind of design at this price point, before everyone else caught...

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