vivo X70 Pro revealed by certification listing: Exynos 1080 at the helm
The vivo X70 smartphones will arrive next Thursday, and we know the X70 Pro+ will come with a dedicated vivo V1 ISP and a Snapdragon 888+. At the same time, the slightly less powerful but still as impressive Pro variant appeared on TENAA with its full specs sheet.
According to the listing, the vivo X70 Pro will have a 2.8GHz CPU which might be the Snapdragon 888 but is more likely to be the Exynos 1080 - the same as the predecessor X60 Pro. The main difference will come from the camera setup, which now is said to have a 50MP main sensor.
The X70 Pro has been certified with a 6.56” AMOLED screen with 1080p resolution. It will have room for a single selfie camera with a 32MP sensor behind the lens.
The 50MP main cam on the back will be accompanied by two 12MP cameras and an 8MP shooter, and we assume the first two are telephoto for portraits and ultrawide, while the fourth sits behind the periscope lens.
Other specs include a battery with 4,380 mAh minimal charge that will likely be around 4,500 mAh typical, two RAM options (8GB and 12GB) and three storage choices. Rumors are also claiming 44W fast charging, but we have to wait until September 9 to have everything on paper.
- 05 Sep 2021
nope, its three.
- The Android Freak
- 03 Sep 2021
Just two. Not three. Vivo said it officially.
- 02 Sep 2021
I wish. I feel like the only hope is if we finally get a sequel to the NEX phone (which had the jack with Cirrus DAC). Seriously, a NEX with global bands, 5,000mAH battery, Snapdragon 870/Dimensity 1200, stereo speakers, and Vivo X60 Pro+ camera setu...