Four months after the Vivo X70 debuted as its latest flagship phone from China, there are still many people who have yet to get their hands on one. However, Vivo is not deterred from launching yet another high-end phone in the X series.
The X80 range has now surfaced in a comprehensive leak that covers nearly all of its technical details.
It’s important to note that this is not a post on the launch of a new phone. Just a quick recap of what’s been said in the manner of a phone release post.
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DESIGN & DISPLAY
The Vivo X80, X80 Pro, and X80 Pro+ are all slated to be part of the X80 series. Except for the top-of-the-line X80 Pro+, all phones will have 120Hz LTPO AMOLED panels with 1080p resolution. It is expected that the Pro versions would be somewhat larger than the standard model.
INTERNALS AND STORAGE
MediaTek’s next series of high-end chipsets, the Dimensity 8000 in particular, will be used in the basic model. The Dimensity 9000 will be found in the X80 Pro, while the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will be found in the Pro+. At least 12GB of LPDDR5 memory will be available on both the X80 and the Pro duo.
Since UFS 3.1 is the fastest form of storage currently used in high-end smartphones, it will be included on all devices with Android 5.1. Vivo’s Origin OS Android skin will be pre-installed on all three devices.
Samsung GN5 sensor, 12MP ultrawide camera, 12MP Sony IMX663 sensor with 2X optical zoom will be the regular model’s camera configuration. X80 Pro’s quad-camera array will include a 50MP Samsung JN1 sensor instead of a 12MP Sony IMX663 lens with 2x optical zoom and a 50MP unit with 5x zoom.
The Vivo X80 Pro+ will include a 50MP camera system for its complete camera system. Two telephoto lenses with 2x and 5x zoom capabilities are included in the main wide-angle camera. There will be 44MP selfie cameras on the X80 and X80 Pro, while the X80 Pro+ will include a 50MP front-facing camera.
The X80 will be able to charge at 55W, but the Pro duo will be able to charge at 65W wired and 50W wireless.
The Vivo X80 family hasn’t been announced yet, and there’s no news on pricing, but judging by the Vivo X70 series, all phones will cost more than $600. Take this information with a grain of salt. Vivo may be intending to release the phones in February or March of this year.