The vivo X70 Pro+ is now available, including the SD888+ and a proprietary V1 image processing chip.

vivo has announced the newest generation of its camera-focused X-series of smartphones, which is supported by ZEISS. As is customary, there are three versions available, with the vivo X70 Pro+ being the most expensive. Not just because of the Snapdragon 888+ chipset, but also because it offers improvements in terms of the display, camera, and battery over the Pro+ variant that was released in January.

The screen improvement is substantial, to put it mildly. The X70 Pro+ adopts a larger 6.78-inch Samsung E5 AMOLED screen (up from 6.56-inch) with a higher resolution of 1,440 x 3,200 pixels (up from 1080p+), while maintaining HDR functionality.

This new display makes use of an LTPO panel, which means that it can progressively increase its refresh rate in the range of 1 Hz to 120Hz (the X60 Pro+ display could only perform 60Hz and 120Hz on the previous model). The sampling rate for touch is 300 hertz. In addition, the E5 panel consumes 25 percent less electricity than the previous generation E4 panels.

The battery has also been increased in size, with a capacity of 4,500mAh (up from 4,200mAh), although charging speed has remained at the same fast 55W. Wireless charging is a new feature that is virtually as quick as wired charging – 50W. When we tested the X60 Pro+, we gave it an Endurance rating of 91 hours, which is excellent. The new model has a larger battery, but it also has a larger screen to display information on.

Speaking of the review, the phone from January had some remarkable performance, even when compared to other phones powered by the Snapdragon 888 processor. Furthermore, this new phone is equipped with the Plus version of the chipset, which provides a faster clock speed for the primary CPU core (2.995 GHz, up from 2.84 GHz) as well as a 20 percent increase in the performance of the AI engine.

This takes us to the camera, which, although still amazing, hasn’t altered all that much over the course of the years. The primary camera is based on a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor with 1.2m pixels (2.4m with binning), which is housed behind an f/1.57 lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.4. The ultrawide camera with gimbal stabilization is the next camera on the list. It makes use of a 48MP IMX598 sensor (1/2.0”, 0.8m pixels) with a 114o lens to capture images.

Later in the line-up are two telephoto modules, beginning with the same 8MP sensor and an f/3.4 lens as before, but with a 125mm periscope lens (5x magnification) and an f/3.4 lens and an f/3.4 lens, as well as the same f/3.4 lens as before. The 50mm portrait camera, on the other hand, has undergone a transformation, with a 12MP sensor and a brighter f/1.6 lens replacing the previous 32MP f/2.1 module. Every one of the four cameras is equipped with some form of optical image stabilization, in addition to electronic stabilization.

The lenses have been treated with a ZEISS T* anti-reflective coating. ZEISS has provided the ultra low dispersion glass for the lens, which will help to decrease glare and chromatic aberration on the images captured.

Later in the line-up are two telephoto modules, beginning with the same 8MP sensor and an f/3.4 lens as before, but with a 125mm periscope lens (5x magnification) and an f/3.4 lens and an f/3.4 lens, as well as the same f/3.4 lens as before. The 50mm portrait camera, on the other hand, has undergone a transformation, with a 12MP sensor and a brighter f/1.6 lens replacing the previous 32MP f/2.1 module. Every one of the four cameras is equipped with some form of optical image stabilization, in addition to electronic stabilization.

The lenses have been treated with a ZEISS T* anti-reflective coating. ZEISS has provided the ultra low dispersion glass for the lens, which will help to decrease glare and chromatic aberration on the images captured.

For a while, let us return to the chipset. It is combined with fast quad-channel LPDDR5 RAM with capacities of 8GB or 12GB, as well as UFS 3.1 storage with capacities of 256GB or 512GB. At least in China, the phones are debuting with Origin OS 1.0 (based on Android 11), which is the first version of the operating system.

The vivo X70 Pro+ will be available in China later this month for a starting price of CNY 5,500 ($850/€720) for the base 8GB/256GB model. Other configurations are also available. For CNY 6,000, you can have the 12/256GB model, and for CNY 7,000, you can get the top-end 12/512GB model.

To give you a quick comparison with its siblings, the vivo X70 Pro has an Exynos 1080 chipset, a smaller 6.56-inch 120-Hz display with 1080p+ resolution, a 50-megapixel main camera with gimbal stabilization, a 12-megapixel ultra wide-angle lens, a 12-megapixel 50-mm zoom lens, and an 8-megapixel periscope (5x). It also supports 44-watt fast charging.

There is no Pro model, but the base model does have a proprietary Dimensity 1200 chipset, a 40 MP primary camera with gimbal stabilization, a 12 MP ultra wide and a 12 MP 50 mm module, and charging is at 44W. The vanilla phone begins at CNY 3,700, while the Pro variant is priced at CNY 4,300 (about $4,300).

 

 

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