Introducing Vivo X60 Pro + – a flagship with two main cameras


Introducing Vivo X60 Pro + – a flagship with two main cameras

Introducing Vivo X60 Pro + – a flagship with two main cameras

News unit EMGblog.com: Vivo X series phones are among the best flagships of this company. and have always had a powerful camera system. Especially in the production of X60 series which Vivo and Zeiss collaboration was the beginning, we have seen a significant improvement in the camera system of this series. Vivo company on Thursday, January 21, 2021 (2 Bahman 1399) from its latest flagship smartphone named +Vivo X60 Pro unveiled. The use of Qualcomm’s most powerful mobile processor, the presence of two main cameras, 5th generation communication and a beautiful design are among the most important features of X60 Pro +. As mentioned, the reputable Zeiss company has helped Vivo in developing the camera of this flagship.

Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when looking at a smartphone +Vivo X60 Pro attracts attention, the leather cover on the back of the device is in Two colors of dark blue and orange have been used. The metal frame, the curved display and the camera module, the design style of which is less seen in the smartphone industry, are the most important points related to the design of this phone. New product Vivo in dimensions 9.10×73.35×158.59 mm design and weighs 190.6 grams.

The phone has a 6.56-inch AMOLED display and its resolution is FHD+ (equivalent to 1080 x 2376 pixels). The aspect ratio of the screen is 19.8:9 and the screen-to-body ratio is 92.7%. The support of HDR10+ technology has made it possible to preserve the details of the dark and bright points of the video on this screen in a more effective way. According to some sources, the X60 Pro+ display has a color difference and an average Delta E equal to 0.506, and its color accuracy on the JNCD scale is declared equal to 0.4.

This display has accurate color calibration and it is interesting that the display of each of these devices is calibrated separately. 120 Hz refresh rate, 240 Hz touch sampling rate and brightness up to 1300 nits are among other features of this display. Blue light filter is not mentioned in the introduction of the phone screen, but a mode called Hawkeye 2.0 is predicted, which according to Vivo prevents the user’s eyes from getting tired while playing. Needless to say, the manufacturer has not announced the type of display cover.

As mentioned, Qualcomm’s most powerful chipset is Snapdragon 888 is placed in the heart of this device. This chip – which is based on 5nm lithography – includes one 2.84 GHz Cortex-X1 core, three 2.42 GHz Cortex-A78 cores and four 1.8 GHz Cortex-A55 cores, and its Adreno 660 GPU. It is said that Snapdragon 888 has improved up to 35% in terms of speed and up to 20% in terms of consumption compared to its previous generation chip.

According to the device model, 8 or 12 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of internal memory for X60+ Pro is predicted. The RAM memory is LPDDR5 type and can transfer data at a speed of 6400 MB/s (that is, 16% faster than the RAM memory in +X50 Pro). The internal memory is also of UFS 3.1 type, in which the writing speed has increased by 14% compared to the previous generation. It is interesting to know that in the model that comes with 12 GB of RAM, there is a feature called Memory Fusion that allows the user to add 3 GB of internal memory to the RAM of the device, and this means 15 GB of available RAM that can be used in the execution Heavy applications and games are very efficient.

We come to the optics department of the device, which is obviously very advanced. First of all, it is not bad to mention the rectangular module behind the phone, which is a combination of metal and glass and the ZEISS brand is visible on it. One of the interesting points of this system is that it has two main cameras; A 50 megapixel ISOCELL GN1 camera (product of Samsung) and a 48 megapixel IMX598 camera (Sony product).

The lens of both sensors is Vario-Tessar (Zeiss product) and Zeiss anti-reflective coating called *T is also applied on both sides of the lenses, which plays an important role in directing light through the lens and makes a difference in the final quality of the photo. Creates an impression. Another coating has been applied to these lenses, which has a nanocrystal structure and is apparently used for the first time in the smartphone industry.

Thanks to the presence of the GN1 sensor and its f/1.57 aperture, as well as the ability to reduce noise based on artificial intelligence, according to Vivo, the sensitivity of this sensor has increased by 140% and you can expect good photos in low-light environments. By setting the camera to Super Night Mode 2.0, on paper it is possible to photograph in an environment with a brightness of only 0.01 lux (equivalent to the brightness of the moonlight when the moon is in a square state).

The 48 megapixel camera is ultrawide and its field of view is 114 degrees. With the gimbal anti-shake system, this camera can neutralize shakes up to positive and negative 3 degrees, and this means that the performance of this camera in terms of shaking is up to 3 times better than a normal OIS system.

In addition to the mentioned two main cameras, A 32-megapixel portrait camera (with f/2.08 aperture and 50mm focal length) and an 8-megapixel periscope camera (with f/3.4 aperture) are also seen in this collection. In the introduction of the camera, the manufacturing company mentions a special mode of portrait capture – called Zeiss Biotar – in which the background blur is reconstructed in a rotating form. Thanks to the periscope camera of this collection, optical zoom up to 5 times and digital zoom up to 60 times will be available.

The main 50 megapixel camera and the periscope camera are equipped with optical image stabilization (OIS). All 4 cameras also support autofocus. According to the manufacturer’s claim, the user can take pictures of moving subjects (even at high speed) with the camera of this phone. 8K video recording and slow-motion video recording with 1080p resolution are among the capabilities of this series. Not to mention, the front camera – which is located in the display hole in the center of the top – is 32 megapixels and the aperture of the lens is f/2.45.

The phone’s battery has a capacity of 4,200 mAh and supports 55W fast charging. Considering that nowadays even some low-end phones use 5,000 mAh batteries, it seems Vivo has been a bit underwhelming in this regard. The battery supports reverse charging, but despite using a leather cover on the back of the device, no attempt has been made to equip the phone with wireless charging.

The new Vivo smartphone is a 5G phone and supports both independent (SA) and non-independent (NSA) modes. This phone accepts two nano SIM cards. Bluetooth 5.2, USB-C port, NFC chip and Galileo, BeiDou, GLONASS, GPS and NavIC navigation systems are among the other communication options of this device. The X60 Pro+ does not have a headphone jack, but a USB-C to headphone jack adapter is included in the phone box.

Fingerprint sensor is embedded under the display layer and in addition, the user can also use face recognition (Face Wake) to unlock. Due to the Hi-Fi chip, you can get a powerful sound system from +X60 Pro expected. According to the manufacturer, this system reduces the noise level to -115 dB. Needless to say, the operating system of the device

Register pre-order to buy a smartphone Vivo X60 Pro Plus has been launched and this device will officially enter the Chinese market on January 30 (11 February). This phone is produced in two configurations. The base model – with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage – costs 4,998 yuan, which is roughly equivalent to $773 at the current exchange rate. The high-end model of the phone – with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage – is priced at 5,998 yuan ($928).

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