It seems like Vivo has only focused on the design and camera of its latest model V21, as other than that the handset lacks all the features that should have been given in a PKR60,000/- smartphone in Pakistan.

The refresh rate of its display is 90Hz, which is way less to what its competitors are offering at the same price tag. Similarly, the MediaTek Dimensity 800U is a good gaming chipset, however, for heavy games that require heavy chipset support, Dimensity 800U will not be enough. While its competitors, at the same price, are offering Snapdragon chipsets with good GPU support that all the gamers need.

The 44MP selfie camera is, in my opinion, the only highlight of this device, as it captures stunning selfies with good lighting and bright colors. Its dual-LED flash will provide you necessary lighting in low-light conditions. Meanwhile, the main 64MP, with its 8MP ultra-wide lens and 2MP macro lens is not unique, but it captures amazing pictures. However, the portrait mode lacks perfection.

And when even mid-range smartphones like Camon 17 and Infinix Hot 10s are offering 5000 and 6000mAH batteries, respectively, Vivo V21 is still stuck at 4000mAH battery size. But it does offer 33W fast charging support, still less than its competitors Xiaomi Mi 10 T and Oppo Reno 5.

As I said earlier, the Vivo V21 will be a good choice for selfie lovers, the rest can look up the two options I mentioned above, if they are looking to buy a smartphone at the same price tag in Pakistan.

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