It’s quite evident that the smartphone industry is heavily leaning towards dual-camera setups as the next big thing. While the idea isn’t exactly new – HTC had tried this as a USP for some of its devices – it has caught on with the advent of Huawei’s P9, Honor 8 and the iPhone 7 Plus. A lot of new devices have been announced or rumoured to be coming with dual camera setups, either for better light reception, or the more desired, background defocus or bokeh effect. Vivo, which seems to have jumped on the bandwagon too, has done something a bit differently though. It has mixed the latest trend with its love for selfies, and thrown in a dual-camera setup not at the back, but on the front. The Vivo V5 Plus with the dual-camera setup for selfies has been parked very closely to the OnePlus 3T, Nubia Z11 and the Xiaomi Mi 5, all devices that offer brilliant performance along with imaging. The Vivo V5 Plus needs to make a strong case for its selfies, to justify its price tag.