New Delhi: Vivo Chi’s new and premium flagship series Vivo X80 (Vivo X80 Series) will be entering soon. The company will use the company’s in-house developed V1 + imaging chipset in the upcoming series. The V1 + will be an upgraded version of Vivo’s V1 chipset, released last year. Vivo has developed this new chipset in collaboration with MediaTek. The company’s new image processor also supports MediaTek Dimensity 9000 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. Vivo has confirmed this. Samsung and Apple also use in-house developed chipsets in their phones.
The X80 series can have three models:
Under the X80 series, Vivo X80, X80 Pro and X80 Pro + phones may enter the market. Speaking of phone specifications, the X80 and X80 Pro can knock with a 6.78-inch E5 AMOLED display. At the same time, X80 Pro + will be offered with 6.78 inch LTPO 2.0 Amoled panel. Can come with X80 FHD + screen and X80 Pro and X80 Pro + QHD + resolution. According to leaks, all three phones have a screen refresh rate of 120 Hz. Which is beneficial for scrolling and gaming.
Get a circular camera setup
The teaser of Vivo X80 series has arrived in China and the upcoming series will be launched with circular camera setup. When it comes to camera setup, the Vivo X80 can knock with 50 + 12 + 12 megapixels. Right there 50 + 48 + 50 + 50 megapixel quad cameras can be found in X80 Pro and X80 Pro + phones. The series is set to release on April 25. Vivo’s new V1 + chipset is different in many ways. Vivo has become the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM), which means that it sells the finished product to other brands as raw material. This image processor from Vivo will support high-end SoCs like Dimensity 9000 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.