19 April 2022 5:14 AM GMT
The Vivo X80 series devices are expected to feature V1+ Image Signal processor. (Image credit: Vivo)
Vivo is all set to unveil their upcoming Vivo X80 series on April 25. The company has announced that its next flagship series will be first unveiled in China. The Vivo X80 series comprises the Vivo X80, the Vivo X80 Plus, and the Vivo X80 Pro Plus. The company even shared a teaser while announcing the Vivo X80 series, which shows the design of the Vivo X80 Pro Plus. The teaser shows a massive camera island with a triple rear camera setup that features Zeiss branding. Here’s the full teaser of the announcement shared on Weibo.
Here’s what you can expect from the Vivo X80 series:
The Vivo X80 series devices are expected to share a 6.78-inch 120Hz AMOLED display and a V1+ Image Signal processor.
Besides this, the Vivo X80 is expected to be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 chipset.
The triple rear camera setup on the Vivo X80 could feature a 50 MP primary sensor, a 12 MP ultrawide lens, and a 12 MP depth sensor.
The Vivo X80 Pro and Vivo X80 Pro Plus could be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SOC and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, respectively.
The two phones are expected to house a 50 MP primary camera, a 48 MP ultrawide lens, a 50 MP periscope telephoto lens and a 50 MP portrait lens.
All three phones are expected to house a 32 MP selfie shooter.
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