We covered the Vivo X80 Series in this article where we talked about its launch date, and today we have more information about the yet to be released device. Today Vivo held an official warm-up for the phone and during this event more was disclosed about the device’s photography abilities. The device will use the Sony IMX866 RGBW outsole sensor, making it the first smartphone to make use of this sensor. Vivo will continue its partnership with ZEISS on the development of the camera system for this device.
The Vivo X80 Series camera will be able to accept more light thanks to the 16:11 1/1.49-inch lens. This will make the Vivo X80 series a top player in low light photography. Vivo’s signature micro-gimbal camera system will also be used on this device. So, users can be sure of a shake-free smartphone photography experience. In terms of camera, the Vivo X80 Series will use a triple camera setup with a 50MP Sony IMX866 RGBW outsole sensor, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and a 12MP portrait camera. The camera configuration might be different on the Vivo X80 Pro and use another sensor other than that we’ll see on the Vivo X80.
The X80 Pro will also use the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 flagship chipset. The Dimensity 9000 is the first chip to use the TSMC N4 (4nm-class) production process, plus it is also a 5G powered processor. This processor has secured a total score of over 1,072,221 points, the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 is a powerful chip. We look forward to how it’ll perform when paired with Vivo X80 Pro.