On the design front, the phone is simple enough, and doesn't come with any unique charm phones like the S1 Pro carry, which isn't to say it looks bad. We received the more muted Piano Black variant, but if you're looking for something a little flashy, Vivo offers a Mystic Silver variant, that throws up all kinds of pretty colours and reflections. When it comes to utility, there's a headphone jack here, USB Type-C charging and a bottom-firing speaker. It's worth noting though, that it's not a dual stereo speaker setup, so if you're playing games, you may want to plug in a headset. There is a large 4,500 mAh battery however, with 33W fast charging, which gets from 0 to over 50% in around half an hour. An in-display fingerprint scanner has been made available which isn't as fast as the physical scanners Vivo has used previously, but it gets the job done.