The Vargo VX4 is housed in a housing with a surrounding metal frame and plastic back. While the processing quality of the device is good, the high-gloss plastic back is not particularly valuable. Apart from that, she quickly looks unsightly with fingerprints. In the hand, the smartphone is good, however, and is non-slip. The dimensions of the 165 g mobile phone are 153.4*74.4*8.3 mm.
The power needed for the Vargo VX4 is provided by an Octa-core processor from Mediatek. The Helio P23 has 4xCortex-A53 2.0GHz and 4xCortex-A53 1.5GHz. Graphics performance is the responsibility of a Mali T860 MP2 GPU. The memory of the smartphone is 6 GB, on internal memory there are 128 GB including the ability to expand it via micro-SD card. As with many current smartphones, this is done via a hybrid slot in which either a memory card or another Nano-SIM card fits.
The display of the Vargo VX4 is clearly one of the strengths of the device. Fortunately, the manufacturer has not saved here. It is a 6.2-inch IPS LC display which resolves with a display of 2246 x 1080 pixels, bringing it up to 410 PPI pixel density. The saturation of the colors and the contrast are thereby completely satisfactory. Even in this sunny summer, we never had any problems with the contents of the pages when the sun was shining brightly. The touchscreen always responds quickly and reliably and masters the 10 finger system effortlessly.