Vivo will present in a few hours the new flagship of its range, the famous Vivo X60 Pro + . Highly awaited by fans , he should be entitled to the best on the market. This applies to the technical part, but also to the photographic part.
And precisely, Vivo shared on Weibo last night a series of several photos taken with the X60 Pro +. Extremely convincing photos.
There are nine of these images and they were taken in quite a few different conditions, which at the same time gives a fairly clear idea of the flexibility of the phone's photo module.
A Vivo X60 Pro + cut out for photography
While clearly showing their differences, these photos share many common points, starting with an omnipresent sharpness and a dynamic forcing respect. I am thinking in particular of the photo of this man, standing facing a sunset, which gives a good idea of the possibilities offered by the terminal in this area.
Vivo has also chosen to give pride of place to low-light photos, which in the end is not very surprising.
If high-end smartphones are indeed all equal in the field of daytime photography, it is indeed when the lighting conditions become complicated that they show their true nature. Here, Vivo seems to control the subject rather well and the images generated thus remain sharp in all circumstances, even in night shots. As for the dynamic, it once again commands respect.
Stitched photos that suggest a beautiful dynamic
So of course, some of you will no doubt notice that these photos may have been edited. It's a possibility, but Lightroom is not a silver bullet. If Adobe's solution can effectively sublimate pictures, they still need to be of good quality. And here, in this case, it seems to be the case.
The Vivo X60 Pro + should also go quite far in this area. The main sensor would thus be an ISOCELL GN1 sensor of 50 million pixels with pixels of 1.2 um, pixels which can also be merged with each other thanks to the magic of pixel binning, at a ratio of 4 to 1. .
The optical part, for its part, was also developed in partnership with Zeiss, one of the best opticians in the world. They will also benefit from its anti-reflective treatment to produce more beautiful images.
A flexible module, with two sensors equipped with mechanical stabilization
But in addition to that, one should also expect a second 48 mpx sensor placed under an ultra wide angle, a sensor placed under a periscopic zoom offering 5x optical zoom and a depth sensor. The Vivo X60 Pro + would also take the gimbal system inaugurated with the X51 while pushing the concept a little further.
Of the three sensors on board, two should actually benefit from mechanical stabilization: the main sensor and the sensor placed under the zoom. At the same time, this would allow freehand shooting without the risk of shaking … and which will allow you to go a little higher on low light speeds.
As a bonus, all these pretty people will be placed under the aegis of the Snapdragon 888, an exceptional SoC benefiting from a brand new NPU and offering new possibilities in terms of image processing.
You will no doubt have understood it, but the Vivo X60 Pro + will therefore be one to watch closely.