Vivo X70 Pro Plus review

We review this camera, the Vivo X70 Pro+ and its impressive camera features

Vivo X70 Pro+: Specifications

  • Back cameras 50MP primary camera, with the GN1 sensor; 48MP ultra-wide-gimbal sensor 12MP portrait sensor 8MP camera for periscope.
  • The front camera 32MP
  • Max video resolution: 8K 30p
  • Screen: 6.7-inch WQHD E5 AMOLED screen with a curvature, 3200x 1440 resolution
  • Chipset: Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888+ 5G
  • OS: Android 11
  • Battery: 4500mAh
  • Dimensions: 164.5 x 75.2 x 8.9mm
  • Weight: 209g

Vivo X70 Pro+: Key features

The Vivo X70 Pro+ made headlines thanks to its four camera setup. Its rear camera setup includes an ultrawide 50MP module, a periscope with 8MP Telephoto module as well as a 12MP telephoto module and a 48MP ultrawide unit. This one comes with Vivo’s innovative gimbal technology that allows for smooth and stable video.

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From the front from the front, from the front, X70 Pro+ looks much like you’d expect it to – an uni-colored black monolith from Kubrick, with curved edges that make the screen appear as that it’s disappearing into the distance. The rear has a pleasant matte finish with a smooth texture. According to Vivo the device is made of glass treated with fluorine.

It’s definitely a huge phone. It weighs 209g. This is the weight you’ll notice when you’re holding it with the palm of your hand too much and it’s 9mm thick as well. Outdoor-minded users will appreciate the fact the fact that this is only the second Vivo phone that comes with waterproofing. The X70 Pro+ is IP68 classified, meaning that it should be able to submerge in depths up to 1.5m in up to 30 minutes. While I didn’t take it this far but I’m able to personally confirm that the phone has the ability to endure an intense (and maybe an unforecast) rainstorm with no issues.

Vivo X70 Pro+: Performance

Older photography enthusiasts of an age with their rangefinders in their hands, have a tendency to say zoom lenses make people lazy. After spending time using this X70 Pro+ and its optical zoom lenses, I am able to confirm that they’re true. This X70 Pro+ made me very inactive, but I absolutely loved it.

The zoom options are displayed on the screen by default so using these options becomes routine. I swiftly moved from 23mm to 14mm up to 50mm to 125mm, and then to a different position. Below is a selection photographs I took of the same building from the same position within seconds of each other. This, my dear friends is the power of flexibility.(Image credit: Jon Stapley/Future)(Image credit: Jon Stapley/Future)

The X70 Pro+ provides a manual mode that lets you control shutter speed and aperture and more However, realistically, you will not use it in extremely challenging lighting conditions and not the least due to the fact that the exposure controls replace the more useful zoom controls that are in the display. You’ll be much more entertained exploring Portrait Mode and playing around with Zeiss different bokeh styles like Biotar, Sonnar, Planar and Distagon. They can be altered and reapplied after the capture, which is neat.Advertisement

Additionally, there are AI-powered scenes recognition HDR as well as Zeiss natural Colour modes. I experimented with various combinations of these three modes and, honestly I didn’t notice any differences. In any event, image metadata doesn’t track whether the modes were turned on or off which makes it difficult to track when you’ve utilized these modes (I tried the Notes application) It’s therefore difficult to determine which one you like through experimentation.The X70 Pro+ doesn’t mind being rained on. (Image credit: Jon Stapley/Future)

This is, as I confess it, a pernickety issue. On the subject of the pernickety complaints: having image watermarks turned on by default is a form of psychological violence towards me in particular. I’m not going to say how many pictures I took before I realized that the words that were placed in the corners of gallery photos were permanently stamped on the images however, it was at least 102.Having the 125mm equivalent lens helped me pick out a more interesting composition than the usual atop London’s Primose Hill. (Image credit: Jon Stapley/Future)

Battery life is fantastic. The time spent shooting just got the battery’s meter up to 4500mAh powerhouse. It’s worth mentioning can be the different video options. the built-in gimbal makes it easy to create smooth and stable motion footage. The smooth and silky smooth 4K 60p image looks fantastic, but you can increase it to 8K, if you want. The gimbal is also able to power the amazing Night Mode, allowing for 1-second exposures entirely handheld.Night shots are better than we’re used to from smartphones, with good contrast and low noise. (Image credit: Jon Stapley/Future)

Vivo X70 Pro+: Verdict

It’s the Vivo X70 Pro+ is the ultimate sandbox smartphone. Incredibly brimming with features and shooting modes It lets you get lost with the different features its cameras can do however, you might feel like you’d prefer an easier way to track which settings you’ve employed. It’s a big, heavy device, however if it doesn’t bother you, then it’s an amazing leap forward in photography on smartphones.

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