The Chinese manufacturer is already making the last preparations to officially present the Vivo X30 Pro, during the event that will be held on December 16. Without any doubt, the biggest selling point of this new smartphone will be its rear cameras, which promise a unique performance.
Although we have to wait for its official release and make several comparisons, it seems that this may even be the next "King of Photography".
Details of the Vivo X30 Pro's four cameras revealed in new leak
According to information published on the Chinese social network Weibo, the Vivo X30 Pro will arrive with a very interesting main photographic module. Its quad-camera will consist of a 64MP main sensor (Sony IMX686), 32MP secondary (portrait), 8MP third (ultrawide) and a 13MP periscope lens.
The leaker also confirmed that the camera will arrive with support for optical (and electronic) image stabilization (OIS / EIS). However, it did not specify which sensors would arrive with support for both stabilization technologies.
Regarding the 32 megapixel sensor responsible for portrait photography, the manufacturer has already promised through a video that will be comparable to the results obtained by professional cameras (50mm lens). On the other hand, your periscope lens will achieve up to 60x digital zoom, as shown in some publications.
These two great features, coupled with a 64MP sensor developed by Sony, promise you the ultimate photo experience with this new smartphone. Certainly after its official presentation numerous tests will come to the real performance of this impressive quad camera.
Alleged Vivo X30 Pro Specifications
- 6.89 "Super AMOLED Display with Full HD + Resolution and 90Hz Refresh Rate
- Samsung Exynos 980 Processor
- Up to 12GB RAM
- Up to 256GB of internal memory (UFS 3.0)
- Four rear cameras: 60MP (wide) + 32MP (portrait) + 13MP (periscope) + 8MP (ultrawide)
- 32 megapixel pop-up camera
- On-screen fingerprint reader
- 4,500mAh battery with 44W quick charge support
- Android 9, Funtouch 9.1
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