VIVO X60 PRO+ CAMERA
A couple of days ago an official poster was released by Vivo showing the VIVO X60 Pro+ will come with a dual-camera module supporting PTZ mode. From previous rumors, we also know it will feature a Snapdragon 888 flagship chip. In other words, we are dealing with the first flagship smartphone with such functionality and is the first in the industry to use a Snapdragon 888 with a dual-camera module.
Among the many features, it will arrive with a GN1 Super Sensitive Sensor from Samsung. With a 1/1.31-inch ultra-large size, a single pixel area of 1.2μm, and the number of pixels has reached 50 million. It supports a full-pixel dual-core focus + four-channel Bayer filter, with the ability to output 100MP photos.
The VIVO X60 Pro+ rear camera is: 50MP GN1 main lens (1/1.3″ super large size, f/1.6 large aperture); 48MP super-wide-angle lens (1/2″ size, integrates the second-generation PTZ); 14~125mm with an equivalent 5x periscope telephoto lens; portrait lens.
THE PTZ MODE
VIVO was the first company to produce and commercialize the PTZ technology. The PTZ realizes the X-axis and Y-axis bidirectional movement, and the rotation around two axes to form YAW and PITCH axes. This achieves an effect of multi-dimensional image stabilization and solves the problems encountered by users when taking pictures and recording videos.
ZEISS AND VIVO
The VIVO X60 Pro+ imaging system was jointly developed by VIVO and Zeiss. The optical lens will reduce astigmatism, field curvature, and distortion, with Zeiss’s unique imaging style.
VIVO X60 Pro+ uses Zeiss’s T coating which improves the transmittance of the lens and reduces glare, significantly improving the image quality.
The Phone will be released on the last week off and it will come in two colors, orange, and melanin.
It will support a 55W super flash charge. There will be a 120Hz flexible centered single-hole screen, a 50-megapixel quad-camera, and two storage combinations of 8GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB.
The VIVO X60 and VIVO X60 Pro are priced at $534 and $693, respectively.