Vivo X70 Pro+ is the latest flagship from Chinese companies such as the Samsung Galaxy S21+, Mi 11 Ultra and iPhone 13. This new model brings some significant improvements to the Vivo X60 Pro+. In April. The Vivo X70 Pro+ costs Rs 79,990, and the phone has high-quality features including Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ SOC, 12GB RAM and 120Hz AMOLED display. To optimize images, you also get a quad-rear camera setup with gimbal support like Vivo’s GoPro.
On Gadgets 360 Podcast Orbital, the All-Aurora host spoke with top reviewer Sheldon Pinto and Assistant Review Editor Rydon Cerejo this week to talk about the Vivo X70 Pro+
We started the discussion by pointing out the main differences between Vivo X70 Pro+ and Vivo X60 Pro+. The new model fills a gap in the previous version. Above all, this includes the lack of stereo speakers, IP68 protection and reverse wireless and wireless charging. Vivo X70 Pro+ supports 50 watt fast wireless charging.
To attract buyers, Vivo gave the X70 Pro+ a number of camera improvements. The quad-rear camera setup includes a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 48-megapixel secondary sensor with an f/1.6 ultra-wide-angle lens and gimbal support, a 12-megapixel portrait sensor and an 8-megapixel sensor with a periscope-sized lens. All four cameras have optical image stabilization (OIS). This is literally unknown.
In addition, the X70 Pro+ includes a unique feature called Horizon Line Stabilization. It works like the GoPro’s Horizon Lock and allows the phone to maintain a field of view with the horizon even if the user rotates the phone 360 degrees while recording. That’s cool, that’s all.
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In addition to the built-in camera, Vivo X70 Pro+ has a Zeiss T* coating that helps reduce glare and ghost effects when taking pictures in low light conditions. This phone also supports optical zoom up to 5x and digital zoom up to 60x. As you know, making 60 is nothing special.
Vivo X70 Pro+ is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 888+ SOC, which is designed to deliver outstanding results. In terms of software, there’s FunTouch OS 12, based on Android 11. The Custom Skin is a mix of the existing FunTouch OS and the new OriginOS, which offers a different experience from other Vivo branded phones.
We covered various aspects of the new skin and made the Vivo X70 Pro+ an attractive alternative to the Samsung Galaxy S21+, Mi 11 Ultra, and iPhone 13. The play button in the Spotify player is integrated
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