Vivo revealed the launch date for its forthcoming X70 series of smartphones earlier this week. Now, the firm has released a new teaser that emphasises the image stabilisation capabilities of the X70 camera.
The teaser was posted on the Chinese smartphone manufacturer’s official Weibo account earlier today (1 September 2021). Surprisingly, we had just reported a new leak yesterday from a well-known Chinese source who disclosed the camera specifications of the Vivo X70 Pro+.
The device will have a quad camera setup with a 50 megapixel sensor with OIS, a 48 megapixel Sony IMX598 ultra wide angle lens with micro gimbal stabilization, a 12 megapixel telephoto and 8 megapixel periscopic zoom lens with OIS, and a 12 megapixel telephoto and 8 megapixel periscopic zoom lens with OIS.
The company revealed the back of the X70 Pro+ in the new promotional picture poster, with the big camera module, Zeiss lens logo, and four image sensors all visible.
The brand’s new gadget is also the first to use its self-developed V1 ISP, which improves the photographic experience. To put it another way, the business is emphasising the photographic element of its forthcoming smartphone.
Another well-known Chinese tipper, @数码闲聊站, also supplied information that corresponded to the latest breach we discussed. Along with the V1 chipset, the smartphone will include a Zeiss G+P glass-plastic hybrid lens, one micro gimbal stabilisation, and three complete OIS modules, according to the leakster.