Vivo uses X70 Pro Plus wireless charging
Vivo uses X70 Pro Plus wireless charging

Vivo unveiled the X70, the latest version of its X series of camera-focused phones powered by Zeiss.

As always, the X70 Pro Plus is in the top 3 compared to the X60 Pro Plus launched in January thanks to the Snapdragon 888 Plus chipset and upgrades for the display, camera and battery.

The X70 Pro Plus uses a 6.78-inch Samsung E5 AMOLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels and offers HDR support. With protection class IP68, the mobile phone is waterproof and dustproof.

This new monitor uses an LTPO panel, which means it can incrementally adjust the refresh rate from 1Hz to 120Hz. The touch sampling rate is 300Hz, and the power consumption of the E5 AMOLED panel is 25% lower than that of the old E4 panel.

The device has 8GB or 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and 256 or 512GB UFS 3.1 storage.

The battery capacity is now 4500mAh and the FlashCharge charging speed is still 55W, but the new wireless charging speed is closer to 50W and it also works with Qi.

It's the company's first mobile phone to support wireless charging, and it's a more viable conversion option for anyone with a Qi charger at home.

The Zeiss camera line includes a 50MP Samsung GN1 main sensor, a 48MP IMX598 wide-angle sensor with focal stabilization and a 114-degree field of view, a 12MP remote sensor (5x zoom) and an 8MP telephoto lens periscope.

In addition to electronic stabilization, all four cameras have some kind of optical image stabilization.

Vivo uses X70 Pro Plus wireless charging

The company has added three new bokeh modes based on simulating the optical properties of glass on classic Zeiss lenses, including Distagon, Planar and Sonnar.

The X70 Pro Plus is also equipped with an all-new image processor developed by Vivo called Imaging Chip V1. Designed to improve performance, reduce noise and facilitate movement.

The X70 Pro and X70 have smaller 6.56-inch screens, a 120Hz refresh rate, a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 processor, and 44W fast charging. But there is no wireless charging yet.

The camera system on the X70 Pro downscales the ultra-wide sensor to 12MP. The triple array in the X70 includes a 40-megapixel main sensor and two 12-megapixel sensors.

The company has not provided complete information on pricing or versions of the X70 series. Starting today, the series will be presented successively in markets such as India, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates.

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