Can Vivo X70 Pro + take on iPhone 13, Mi 11 Ultra

Vivo X70 Pro + is the Chinese company’s latest flagship phone to take on the Samsung Galaxy S21 +, Mi 11 Ultra, and iPhone 13. The new model brings a handful of significant upgrades over the Vivo X60 Pro + which has been rolled out. in April. The Vivo X70 Pro + is priced at Rs. 79,990 in India, and the phone comes with high-end specs including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ SoC, 12GB of RAM, and a 120Hz AMOLED display. a four rear camera setup with support for Vivo’s proprietary GoPro-style gimbal for image enhancement.

This week on the Gadgets 360 Orbital podcast, host Akhil Arora chats with lead editor Sheldon Pinto and associate editor Roydon Cerejo to talk about the Vivo X70 Pro +.
We start the discussion by highlighting the main differences between the Vivo X70 Pro + and the Vivo X60 Pro +. The new model fills the gaps left by the previous version. These mainly include the absence of stereo speakers, IP68 rating and wireless charging as well as reverse wireless charging. The Vivo X70 Pro + also supports fast wireless charging at 50 watts.

Vivo has equipped the X70 Pro + with a host of camera enhancements to attract buyers. Its rear quad-camera setup includes a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 48-megapixel secondary sensor with an ultra-wide f / 1.6 lens and Gimbal mount, a 12-megapixel portrait sensor, in addition to an 8-megapixel sensor. megapixels with a periscope. shaped lens. All four cameras are equipped with an optical image stabilizer (OIS). It’s practically unheard of.

Additionally, the X70 Pro + includes a unique feature called skyline stabilization. It works similar to Horizon Lock on GoPro and allows the phone to keep the scene level with the horizon even if the user rotates the phone 360 ​​degrees while shooting. It’s cool, what it is.

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In addition to the built-in cameras, the Vivo X70 Pro + features a Zeiss T * coating that helps reduce glare and ghosting in low-light photos. The phone also supports optical zoom up to 5x and digital zoom up to 60x. Although you know it, the output at 60x is nothing exceptional.
We start the discussion by highlighting the main differences between the Vivo X70 Pro + and the Vivo X60 Pro +. The new model fills the gaps left by the previous version. These mainly include the absence of stereo speakers, IP68 rating and wireless charging as well as reverse wireless charging. The Vivo X70 Pro + also supports fast wireless charging at 50 watts.

Vivo has equipped the X70 Pro + with a host of camera enhancements to attract buyers. Its rear quad-camera setup includes a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 48-megapixel secondary sensor with an ultra-wide f / 1.6 lens and a Gimbal mount, a 12-megapixel portrait sensor, in addition to an 8-megapixel sensor. . megapixels with a periscope. shaped lens. All four cameras are equipped with an optical image stabilizer (OIS). It’s practically unheard of.

Additionally, the X70 Pro + includes a unique feature called Horizon Stabilization. It works similarly to Horizon Lock on GoPro and allows the phone to keep the scene level with the horizon even if the user rotates the phone 360 ​​degrees while shooting. It’s cool, what it is.

SEE ALSO X70 Pro + Review: Perfect image?

In addition to the built-in cameras, the Vivo X70 Pro + features a Zeiss T * coating that helps reduce glare and ghosting in low-light photos. The phone also supports optical zoom up to 5x and digital zoom up to 60x. Although you know it, the output at 60x is nothing exceptional.



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