Vivo is one of the Chinese manufacturers that has been gradually gaining greater prominence globally. One of the most catching smartphones was the Vivo Nex S, which came with a camera selfie popup.
However, the final quality of the photographs left much to be desired. With its new smartphone, the manufacturer will not disappoint. Since the new Vivo V15 Pro will come with a camera pop up selfie 32 megapixel camera.
As stated by The Verge, although the manufacturer has not revealed any details about the sensor to be used, it seems to be the new Samsung GD1. Especially since it has a strong focus on space management and offers excellent capabilities for selfies.
The Vivo V15 Pro can be the true 'King' of selfies and it has a delicious design!
It is true that an increase in megapixel numbers does not always guarantee better results. However, the difference between 8MP and 32MP will surely be noted. In addition, if Samsung's sensor is confirmed, it supports HDR and EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization), which should ensure selfies with much higher quality.
But the camera popup Vivo V15 Pro will not be your only highlight. In terms of design, this will be an extremely beautiful smartphone. Its front panel is occupied almost exclusively by the screen, where minimal margins are visible. The video also confirms that it will arrive with the biometric sensor on the screen.
On the other hand, its rear panel also has a very interesting design. It will come equipped with a vertically oriented triple rear chamber positioned at the top left. Unfortunately, the exact specifications of these three sensors are not yet known.
Finally, we know that the Vivo V15 Pro will be presented next February 20, before the start of MWC 2019. Although no official price has been revealed for the new smartphone, it is believed to reach between 245 € and 370 €.
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