We haven’t had the time to get the Vivo X60 for Review from this brilliant Chinese brand that keeps feeding the Public with its new generation of Mobile Phones. A few days after the information was out on the web concerning the X70 Pro model, the X70 Pro plus model was dispatched too, in a more gentlemanly manner. The launch date of the smartphone will take place on the 9th of September.
Huge Camera Module
The photographic part of the Vivo X70 Pro Plus stands out far apart from its predecessor. The camera part is still developed in partnership with optician Zeiss. The gigantic camera is fixed to a glass Surface that when you stare at it without blinking, you might think it is not a second Screen. The design of this high-end smartphone from Vivo reminds us of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. However what is tasty here is the specification of its hardware that we find too entiucing.
From A post that Weibo recently made Public, Ofcoyurse Vivo as a brand has remained dumb about that. We can see four distinct modules, which we already know will cover a focal range ranging from 14 to 125 mm. The first number refers to the ultra wide-angle, and the second is the 5x zoom obtained thanks to the periscopic telephoto lens. Even more interesting: the maximum aperture of the wide-angle sensor would reach f/1.57, which is not far from a record on a smartphone.
Ahead of the launch of its new product line, Vivo has already announced that the X70 Pro + will be equipped with a new ISP (image signal processor) designed in-house and named V1. A dedicated chip was developed to get the best out of the smartphone’s photosensors, which the manufacturer still needs to present further.
Meanwhile, the rest of the smartphone does not differ frankly from what Vivo had previously offered us. According to some sources, it will feature a curved 6.7-inch AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 888 SoC (Snapdragon 888 Plus), and 8 GB of RAM.
For now, it is unknown if this Vivo X70 Pro + will come out of the borders of China. Previously, the “Plus” models of the manufacturer had not put a foot in the Hexagon. But Vivo is going there in stages in its conquest of Europe and Africa, having first launched a mid-range phone (the Vivo X51 5G ), then a high-end (Vivo X60 Pro); perhaps this generation will be an opportunity for the brand to show us what it knows how to do best? Our right guess will be In September. See you there