The new Vivo offers little of a coffee and more of a camera.
Autumn is here, it’s here again, and that’s when mobile manufacturers tend to bake their last porters of the year before the holiday season, and today chip makers are also ready to ride that trend, see Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 + wrinkle stitching. If it’s an absolute high-end device, then Vivo, part of BBK Electronics ’team, apparently included the latter in the Chinese premiere. X70 Pro+ into a metal / glass housing that was 164.54 x 75.21 x 8.89 millimeters and 209 grams in size.
The prices are also unusually fat compared to the local market average: the top mobile opens at 5,500 yuan (HUF 253,000) in the 8/256GB LPDDR5 / UFS3.1 configuration and closes at 7,000 yuan (HUF 322,000) in the 12/512 version. In return, they didn’t really save on the specification: it has a 6.78 “, 120 Hz, 10-bit, and 3200 x 1440 pixel resolution AMOLED panel that curves at the edges, with very little coffee and a tiny but 32 megapixel self-contained unit. the bottom line, of course, is in the person of the 1 / 1.3 “Samsung GN1 sensor, which wears a 50 megapixel and f / 1.57 aperture Zeiss-supported lens. There is no second display next to it, despite the space to his right, the large black empty space with some inscriptions was a simple design decision.
The ultra-wide camera encloses a 114-degree viewing angle (f / 2.2) and incorporates a Sony IMX598 sensor, plus an 8-megapixel periscope unit with 5x optical zoom and optical image stabilization. Finally, there’s a fourth member that the manufacturer calls a 12-megapixel portrait camera, but it also offers 2x magnification with optical image stabilization, from which the main camera and ultra-wide got a gimbal variety, so the video quality also promises to be lavish. This is what the self-designed Vivo V1 ISP, or image processing chip, does, which is also a novelty.
As far as data communication is concerned, it has a dual nanoSIM slot, a bunch of 4G and 5G band support (including the B20, so the Pro + is also ready for international distribution), a WiFi 6 modem, Bluetooth 5.2 and a USB-C port with The 5500 mAh battery can be quickly charged via 55 watts. If that weren’t enough, there’s even a 50-watt wireless charge, plus IP68 dust and water protection, as well as an on-screen optical fingerprint reader. It was just not a question of whether Vivo, which drives the camera title, would be available with Google Play services outside of China.