Vivo has launched the latest version of the X-series phones supported by Zeiss with the camera as the center.As usual, there are three models vivo X70 Pro+ Sit on it.Not just because of it Snapdragon 888+ Chipset-Compared with the Pro+ model launched in January, the display, camera and battery have also been upgraded.
Literally, the screen upgrade is quite large. X70 Pro+ switched to a 6.78-inch Samsung E5 AMOLED panel (previously 6.56 inches) with a resolution of 1,440 x 3,200 pixels (previously 1080p+), and maintained support for HDR.
This new monitor uses an LTPO panel, which means it can gradually adjust its refresh rate from 1 Hz to 120Hz (X60 Pro+ monitors can only do 60Hz and 120Hz). The touch sampling rate is 300Hz. The power consumption of the E5 panel is also 25% lower than that of the old E4 panel.
The battery is also bigger. The current capacity is 4,500mAh (increased from 4,200mAh), and the charging speed is still 55W. The newly added wireless charging speed is almost as fast as 50W.When are we Review The endurance rating of X60 Pro+ is 91 hours. The new model has a larger battery, but also a larger screen.
Speaking of reviews, this January phone showed impressive performance, even among the Snapdragon 888 crowd. And this new phone is equipped with a Plus version of the chipset, which means that the clock speed of the main CPU core is higher (2.995 GHz, higher than 2.84 GHz), and the AI engine is increased by 20%.
This brings us to the camera, and while still impressive, it hasn’t changed much.The main camera is built around 50MP Samsung GN1 The sensor with 1.2µm pixels (2.4µm pixels) is located behind the bright f/1.57 lens. Next is an ultra-wide-angle camera with gimbal stabilization. It uses 48MP IMX598 sensor (1/2.0″, 0.8µm pixels) and 114º lens.
Then there are two telephoto modules, starting with a 125mm periscope lens (5x magnification), with f/3.4 lens and 8MP sensor, the same as before. However, the 50mm portrait camera has been changed, choosing a 12MP sensor with a brighter f/1.6 lens (replacing the 32MP f/2.1 module). All four cameras have some kind of optical image stabilization and electronic stabilization.
The lens adopts Zeiss T* anti-reflective coating. Zeiss also contributed ultra-low dispersion glass to the lens, which can reduce glare and chromatic aberration.
One thing that has changed is the addition of a customized V1 chip, which handles image processing and performs some advanced AI magic while consuming less energy than a chipset running the same algorithm. In addition, there is a ceramic “cloud window”, although it is mainly used for decoration.
Another upgrade to the X60 generation is the IP68 rating, which makes the phone dust and water resistant. As traditionally, the back of this phone is made of vegan leather, available in two colors (orange and blue) and standard black.
Back to the chipset for a minute, it is equipped with fast four-channel LPDDR5 RAM, 8GB or 12GB capacity and UFS 3.1 storage, 256GB or 512GB. These phones are equipped with Origin OS 1.0 (based on Android 11), at least in China.
Vivo X70 Pro+ will be available in China later this month, with a starting price of RMB 5,500 (US$850/€720) for the basic 8/256GB model. The 12/256GB version costs 6,000 yuan, and the final 12/512GB high-end version costs 7,000 yuan.
For a brief comparison with its sibling products, the vivo X70 Pro is equipped with Exynos 1080 chipset, a smaller 6.56-inch 120 Hz display with a resolution of 1080p+, and a 50 MP main camera with gimbal stabilization, 12 MP ultra-wide, 12 MP 50mm telephoto and 8 MP periscope (5x), support 44W fast charging.
The original X70 is equipped with a customized Dimensity 1200 chipset, the same screen as the Pro, a 40 MP main camera with gimbal stabilization, 12 MP ultra-wide and 12 MP 50 mm modules, and a charging power of 44W. The vanilla phone starts at RMB 3,700, and the Pro model starts at RMB 4,300.
source (In Chinese (Expression)