Know These Hidden Features of the Vivo V17 Pro?

With the dual 32MP and super wide-angle lens for the front selfie camera and the 48MP AI Quad Camera at the back, it’s difficult to ignore the six-camera setup presented by the Vivo V17 Pro. However, there’s more to the smartphone than just amazing cameras to capture your favourite moments.

Besides the Funtouch OS and smooth performance specifications, did you know that the V17 Pro has these hidden features? Check them out:

Go into dark mode

Do your eyes feel tired after staring at white smartphone screens all day? We suggest you switch to the dark mode, which changes your phone menu backgrounds into a darker colour! Thanks to the Funtouch OS, you can now experience dark mode by just tweaking in the settings under Display and Brightness.

Vivo V17 Pro

Split your screen with Smart split

Ever feel like smartphones can’t keep up with your activities? With the Smart Split feature on the Vivo V17 Pro, you can now enjoy two apps at once by splitting your screen. All you multitaskers have to do is enable the feature in settings!

Clone your apps

Having multiple accounts at a platform is common these days, but it can be tedious to log out and in as we switch between accounts. Vivo solves this problem with the App Clone feature that can duplicate your favourite apps like Whatsapp. You can even run both of the same apps at the same time!

Take screenshots with your fingers

Got a funny conversation you have to screenshot? With the S-capture feature in Vivo phones, you’ll never have to deal with the annoyance of pressing down volume buttons and the power button. Just enable the feature, swipe three fingers on the screen, and you’ve got yourself a screenshot!


The Vivo V17 Pro may be known for its elevating front camera and its ultra-wide phone display, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore its other features! Enhance your smartphone experience with these hidden features.

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