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Vivo X70, co-engineered with Zeiss, The Next Master Imagery

Vivo X70

Vivo has followed up a promising collaboration with ZEISS with an addition to the X-series, with the new X70 series, utilizing both company's capabilities in mobile photography technology.

Vivo X70

Designed specifically to provide the best-in-class smartphone camera that is not only realistic but also exquisite, the vivo X70, which was recently introduced in China, not only captures what you see but also simplifies and enhances difficult-to-take images.

With its unique ZEISS Optics-ZEISS T Coating, vivo X70 can enhance the visible light pass rate which improves the imaging quality and accurately represents colors while reducing reflections and other negative effects. Coupled with the Sony Customized Sensor IMX766V, the X70 can access 8% more light than other devices, ensuring only the best photos are taken.

The vivo X70 series, which was recently launched in China, consists of three models: the X70, the X70 Pro, and the X70 Pro+. Three distinct chipsets power the three smartphones (a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC, an Exynos 1080 SoC, and a Snapdragon 888+ SoC, respectively).

True to its reputation as the next imagery master, X70 comes with ZEISS Portrait features that simulates the reproduction of four (4) classic ZEISS shots—Sonar, Biotar, Distagon, and Planar—to give users more fun and flexibility in portrait mode while the ZEISS Portrait 3D-Pop uses a state-of-the-art technology that heightens the three-dimensional portrait atmosphere by presenting a perfect and harmonious blurry transition between the subject and its background.

For those who want to take high-action photos and videos, the X70 also comes with a Gimbal 3.0 sensor for maximum stability. The new vivo X70 furthers vivo and ZEISS’ vision of furthering the professional mobile photography industry anchored on innovation and creativity.

Stay tuned for more updates on the new vivo X70 series soon.

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