At the end of last year, vivo’s annual flagship, the vivo X60 series, was officially released.In addition to the world’s first Samsung Exynos 1080 flagship processor with the world’s first 5nm process,
this series also has an imaging flagship system jointly developed with Zeiss and a new second-generation micro-head technology.
To the delight of consumers, less than half a year after the X60 series was released, the new X70 series is already on the way.
Recently, according to the blogger, In addition to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, the vivo X70 Pro+ version will also use a Samsung E4 material AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1080p and a center-mounted punching solution for the front camera.
In addition, the blogger stated,The main camera size of X70 Pro+ is larger than 1/1.28 inches, with Zeiss certification, or built-in 4500mAh capacity battery, supporting 66W fast charge.
This series of models is expected to be released around June.
At the Vivo and Zeiss global imaging strategic cooperation conference in December last year, Vivo officially announced the in-depth cooperation with German optical giant Zeiss, in addition to the joint research and development of Zeiss lenses for the X60 series.
The two parties will also establish an imaging laboratory,Zeiss is responsible for optical lens design,
lens production technology, etc., while vivo is in-depth research and development of AI algorithms for photography systems.
The two parties will jointly develop technologies related to the development of future mobile phone imaging.
On January 21 this year, vivo officially released the “super cup” X60 Pro+ in the vivo X60 series.
Vivo X60 Pro+ is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, with enhanced version of LPDDR5 storage + enhanced version of UFS3.1 flash memory technology.
It is reported that the X60 Pro+ is equipped with IMX598+GN1 dual main camera micro-pan,
which is a 50-megapixel 1/1.3-inch GN1 super-outsole main camera. At the same time, it is equipped with an 8-megapixel periscope lens and a 32-megapixel portrait lens.