Today, one of the most famous Weibo bloggers revealed that VIVO is developing an 80W charger and a gallium nitride version. What’s more important for ordinary users, this technology and this charger will come along with the VIVO X80 series or even the high-end flagship NEX 5. Other than that, if talking about the forthcoming VIVO X80, we should say that the Pro version of the phone will be powered by the Dimensity 9000 processor. The phone is set to hit the market next month.
Previously, the blogger also said that the VIVO X80 series will also use AAC’s X-axis linear motors in large quantities. Besides, the phone will also boast other technologies such as optical image stabilization, ultra-large bottom sensor, micro-cloud platform, self-developed chips, and so on.
Well, many VIVO fans didn’t like the news that the company’s upcoming flagship will be using MediaTek’s chip instead of a Qualcomm chip. In this regard, Han Boxiao, product manager of the VIVO X series, said that yes, in the past, many users were dissatisfied with the imaging performance of MediaTek platform mobile phones. But it was more because of insufficient resource investment caused by product positioning. The hardware of those phones was not much powerful. So all these led to poor performance.
VIVO X80 Features
Prior to this, we have learned a lot about its key features. Our protagonist is rumored to come with a 6.56-inch LTPO AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution. However, there will be two other models, and the larger Vivo X80 Pro and X80 Pro+ phones are likely to feature 6.78-inch LTPO 2.0 E5 AMOLED display panels. But if the Pro version’s screen will deliver Full HD+ resolution, the X80 Pro+ display will offer Quad HD+ resolutions. All three phones will support a high refresh rate of 120Hz.
We talked about the chip of the Pro version, but what about the other two? According to the initial information, the vanilla version will be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 8000 processor. As for the Vivo X80 Pro+, it will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Soc.
Furthermore, all three models are likely to ship with UFS 3.1 storage, plus, the memory of the original model might use the LPDDR4X RAM, while the Pro models are likely to offer LPDDR5 storage.
In terms of photography, the VIVO X80 ought to come with a 50MP GN5 main sensor and 13MP and 12MP Sony IMX663 lenses. The latter will also support 2X optical zoom. The Pro version will come with a 50MP + 50MP (JN1 sensor) along with a 12MP Sony IMX663 sensor that comes with 2X optical zoom. The biggest VIVO X80 Pro+ model will sport a 50MP + 48MP (Sony IMX598 sensor), a 50MP JN1 sensor that supports 2X optical zoom, and a 50MP (JN1 camera with 5x optical zoom support). On the front, the first two models will have a 44MP selfie camera with auto-focus, while the X80 Pro+ could feature a 50MP front shooter.
The VIVO X80 could offer 55W fast charging. But the Pro models are said to support 50W wireless charging and 66W wired fast charging.