Vivo is reportedly working on the Vivo X100 series, which is likely to debut in the second half of this year. The lineup is expected to include three models, such as the Vivo X100, X100 Pro, and X100 Pro+. The entire series is expected to flaunt impressive camera features that are sure to catch the attention of smartphone photography enthusiasts. Tipster Panda is Bald has tipped key details about the camera features of the X100 Pro+.
As per the leak, one of the key highlights of the Vivo X100 Pro+ is its main camera, which comes with a variable aperture. This means that users can manually adjust the aperture size to control the amount of light that enters the camera, resulting in better image quality in varying lighting conditions.
Another standout feature of the Vivo X100 Pro+ is that it will be equipped with an ultra-wide free-form surface lens. This advanced lens technology allows for wider and clearer shots, making it perfect for capturing scenic landscapes or large group photos.
The smartphone will also feature a portrait micro-cloud platform that seems to use advanced algorithms to create stunning portrait shots with exceptional detail and clarity.
The Vivo X100 Pro+’s camera setup will also have a periscope telephoto lens that enables continuous light change. This lens allows for zoomed shots of objects and subjects with incredible detail, even in low-light environments.
The Vivo X100 Pro+ will also feature the V3 image signal processor. The ISP is expected to assist in offering a better photography and graphics experience on the X100 Pro+.