Vivo just published an official video teaser for its new X80 series flagship smartphones; they are set to launch later this month. The company announced on the Chinese social media platform Weibo. Three models will make up the new flagship lineup: the top-of-the-line X80 Pro+, the X80 Pro, and the entry-level X80. The X80 Pro+ will apparently pack Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC; the processor has already made its way into Samsung and OnePlus 2022 flagships. The MediaTek Dimensity 9000 5G SoC might come packed in at least one of the two remaining versions. Vivo also published another teaser video on Weibo; this time emphasizing the line’s camera capabilities and hardware; the latter of which is also reflected in the models’ design language.
The camera island on the line is massive, and it looks a lot like the one on the iQOO 9 Pro, a flagship from the former Vivo spin-off that now only sells performance phones in Asia. Vivo’s latest X Note and X Fold folding phones feature the same design. Apart from cryptic promises promising enhanced low-light shooting and video stabilization, the firm hasn’t released much about the camera hardware.
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Details about X80 series
The user “Digital Chat Station” states in a different Weibo post that the Vivo X80 Pro and X80 Pro+ would include a curved 6.78-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
According to reports, the X80 Pro has an FHD+ display, while the X80 Pro+ has a QHD+ display. Both phones might include the next-generation LTPO 2.0 technology, which implies that the screen refresh rate would vary automatically depending on the usage environment. All three phones will be offered in a variety of configurations, with RAM ranging from 6GB to 12GB and onboard storage apparently reaching 512GB.
According to a Twitter post from “Shadow_Leak”, the Vivo X80 Pro+ model houses a 50-megapixel , a 48-megapixel ultra-wide lens. Moreover, the user further adds that the X80 Pro will substitute the Samsung sensor with Sony’s 50-megapixel IMX789 alongside a 12-megapixel ultrawide-angle camera.
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