The set is complete – the vanilla X70 and X70 Pro are an unofficial look after the renders on the Vivo X70 Pro + design. The phone shares a design with its own ib ear, though there are some interesting differences. Let’s start with the preliminary data.
It will be the most important phone of all three, measuring 164.8 x 75.5 x 9.0 mm, though the camera will bring the bump thickness to 11.3 mm.
The Pro + will have a 6.7 “display, 6.56” up, and 6.50 “on its lings ears. It will be hooked up with a central punch hole. This model, V2145A, also appeared on Google Play Console, which revealed that the screen resolution would be 1080p +.
The camera setup on the back is interesting. They have four cameras, including a periscope lens and a laser AF, and that they share an equivalent ZEISS branding. However, the lens arrangement is different (suggesting different sensors) as is that the design of the triple LED flash.
The amazing side is – the panel is extended and the camera is mounted? The side of the yacht? It may be decorative or it may have a rear display, larger than the one on the Mi Yak Mi 11 Ultra. Vivo has a Rear Display Experience, Remember the NEX?
However, GPC data revealed that the Vivo X70 Pro + will run with Snapdragon 888 with 8 GB of RAM, though a 12 GB option is additionally possible. Based on 3C certification, this phone will support 65W fast charging (vanilla X70 will probably support 44W).
Earlier today we heard that Vivo is preparing for a custom ISP X70 series called V1. This means that despite the different chips (Snapdragon 888 for Pro +, vanilla, and Dimension for Pro), image processing will be cyclical on three phones. This means that the final image quality will be determined by the sensors in those cameras.
They are, unfortunately, still the secret of a company for now. Vivo is expected to launch the X70 series in September and they will be available globally.