The vivo V29, not just for the cameras, but a great gaming phone


We’ve talked enough about how impressive the vivo V29’s cameras are. It’s time to get to the other juicy parts. In case you didn’t know, the vivo V29 is also a great phone for mobile gaming. 

Why? First and foremost, the Snapdragon 778G is powerful enough to run most of the demanding game apps out there. It can run PUBG Mobile at 60fps at medium settings, 60fps for Call of Duty: Mobile at ultra settings, 45fps at high settings with Genshin Impact. These are impressive numbers. And if it works well with FPS games and Genshin Impact, you can rest easy with other popular games like League of Legends Wild Rift and Mobile Legends. 

Underneath all that power, the vivo V29 has 12GB of RAM, which makes apps run smoother. Higher RAM also means more snappy app switching. If the 12GB of RAM is not enough, you can use vivo’s Extended RAM, which borrows memory from the internal storage and adds it into the RAM to give you the extra boost you need.


And of course, a good gaming phone needs a great screen. The vivo V29 has a 6.78-inch AMOLED screen with 2800x1260 resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. This means everything that happens on the screen is seen in full detail. You will never miss a thing, not even a slight tear of the screen that can cost gamers the game.

On top of all of this, the vivo V29 has Ultra Game Mode, which enhances the performance of your phone so that it can better run games without leaving behind any hassle for you to worry about. With Ultra Game Mode, you can focus everything you’ve got into winning the game.

Mobile gaming is reshaping the gaming industry as we see more console-level games appearing on mobile devices. It seems gaming is going to be the next big battleground for everyone. And vivo is on top of it.