Many months agone, Vivo officially launched the Vivo X70 series smartphones encyclopedically and now it seems that the China-grounded manufacturer is ready with its successor bias, dubbed as the Vivo X80 series.
Just about four months after the global launch of Vivo’s X70 series phones, its successor, the Vivo X80 lineup is set to launch. Ahead of the launch, some crucial features and specifications of the bias have blurted.
The company is anticipated to launch three models in the lineup — Vivo X80, X80 Pro, and X80 Pro. All three smartphones will feature an AMOLED display and the screen will have 120Hz refresh rate support.
The X80 will come with a6.56- inch LTPO display with Full HD screen resolution while the X80 Pro and Pro models will have a6.78- inch LTPO display with Full HD and Quadrangle HD screen judgments, independently.
It's being claimed that the Vivo X80 will be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8000 SoC while the X80 Pro will pack MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor. On the other hand, the X80 Pro will come powered by the rearmost Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, the same processor that’s powering utmost of the flagship smartphones.
As for the memory configuration, the X80 will have LPDDR4X RAM while the Pro models will have up to 12 GB LPDDR5 RAM. In terms of the storehouse, all three models are anticipated to come packed with UFS3.1 internal storehouse.
Coming to the camera configuration, the standard model will have a triadic-camera setup that includes a 50MP Samsung GN5 detector, a 13MP secondary detector, and a 12MP Sony IMX663 detector with a 2X optic drone.
The Vivo X80 Pro is anticipated to come with a quadrangle-camera setup of a 50MP primary detector, a 50 MP Samsung JN1 detector, a 12MP Sony IMX663 lens with 2x optic drone, and a 50MP detector with 5x optic drone support.
On the other hand, the Pro model will have a 50MP primary lens, a 49MP Sony IMX598 detector, a 50MP detector with a 2x optic drone, and another 50MP lens with a 5x optic drone. The X80 and X80 Pro are said to have a 44MP snapper on the frontal side for taking selfies and videotape calling while the X80 Pro will pack a 50MP detector.
All three smartphones will come pre-installed with the Android 12 operating system and will probably run the rearmost Origin OS Ocean on top. The X80 will have 55W fast charging support while the Pro models will have support for 66W fast charging and 50W wireless charging.