vivo X70 Pro Review – INCREDIBLE Camera Smartphone!
Vivo have chosen to include the words photography redefined as soon as you unbox them, but is it just words or more than that im in quan and im aiming to put that to the test in this video, as well as share with you, my experiences with the X70 series smartphones here on mkhan reviews now before we go any further. The vivo x70 series is nothing short than a true flagship. Everything from the design through to the specs are impressive for a smartphone, particularly in this category. So youve got a stunning 6.56 inch. Amoled display 120 hertz, refresh rate with support for hdr, 10 plus and youve also got attention to design with both of these models coming in this stunning fluorite ag satin finish, it makes it look and feel incredibly premium in the hand. Now. The pro variation has more of a curved front display than its non pro variation, but both also support under the display fingerprint sensor both have the mediatek dimensi 1200 5g chipset, with 12 gb of ram and 256 gb of storage. Now thats plenty for most cases. In terms of light to medium gaming, multitasking, etc, and both run android 11 with fun touch os 12 with customizations on top now, both also support 44 watt fast charging too, although i would have liked to see wireless charging included and both get okay to reasonable battery Life i was able to get most of the day use, but honestly, i would have liked to see more battery capacity, especially on the x70 pro really.
The major difference between the x70 and the x70 pro is down to the weight curved versus flat display, and the cameras now lets talk about the camera on the x70 series, because i was pleasantly shocked. I think at this price point particularly on the xmd pro. This is certainly a contender for one of the better cameras on an android smartphone, but first lets talk about the hardware you get on the x70 pro and quad camera setup versus the x70 triple camera. The x70 has a 48 megapixel main camera, whereas the x70 pro features a 50 megapixel main camera, with gimbal ois and thats paired with 12 megapixel telephoto with 2x zoom, a 12 megapixel ultra wide and an 8 megapixel telephoto with 5x optical zoom and 60x digital zoom. Now the hardware on both features, the sliced lens with t star coating that essentially helps reduce flare and reflection, and it also improves the color and quality theres. Also some zeiss software effects incorporated, which well take a closer look at in a second but lets. First start off by taking a look at samples taken on the xmt pro starting with wide i mean i was pleasantly surprised with the sharp details and, typically you know, with ultra wide shots, youll get distortions in the four corners. However, on the x70 pro theyre, not there and you get good highlights, you get good shadows with reasonable dynamic range. Now the main 50 megapixel sensor is seriously impressive.
I mean when i first used this for the first time. I noticed that really nice optical background blur ive included some images to give you an idea of what im talking about. I think, for most users this is going to be a really nice main camera to use and youre going to get good sharpness, good details, exposure and also hdr. Now, as far as zoom is concerned, itll go up all the way up from ultra wide to 1x. To 2x to 5x, and that really maintains nice sharpness and details throughout, but as soon as you hit about the 20x mark in normal lighting, youll evidently notice more noise distortions and with images going up to that maximum 60x. I really dont think that theyre very usable theres a lot of noise and a lot of grain in those pictures. Now i think viva have done well to keep colors quite consistent between the different focal lengths as well and theres. Also an automatic macro mode with some nice results. The real standout, where the collaboration with zeiss comes in terms of software, is in the full size style portrait lens effects that are included with the x70 series. So one of my favorite is this bio tar with this swirly background effect, and i think portrait mode on this does a really good job at separating the subject. From the background honestly posting these on social media youd assume they were taken with a professional camera now low light or night shots are actually very nice.
Youve got plenty of detail and good clarity, and again, i think, thats down to the zeiss lens shots taken with these will satisfy most users. If you stick to one extra 2x, youll be fine, but if you go higher or use ultra wide, then you are going to start noticing noise and distortions. Now video on the xmp series is a bit of a mixed bag. The standard video taken in automatic mode really lacks something for me. They just wasnt as good as the automatic mode for photography. However, strangely enough video shot in pro mode performed much much better. I was able to get what i would consider impressive output and the added bonus of pro mode is the amount of controls you actually have now. The vivo x70 series also has impressive gimbal stabilization and video noticeable. If you turn it off and then have it on, it makes a real difference and, if youre planning on filming, while walking id, recommend turning it on okay. So here is a test of video. This is automatic, so not in pro mode shot in 4k, 30 frames per second with the standard uh stabilization. So this should give you an idea. Its around about four oclock in the afternoon should give you an idea of how it performs in those sort of normal conditions, and also youll, be able to tell what the uh microphone or the audio sounds like as well. Let me know what you think of both, as i start walking around in the comments down below now low light, video again in 1x, up to 2x is reasonable.
You have to be careful, though, with sudden movements. Otherwise you get these distortions, but generally the noise in videos is reduced with nice details now. Both of these smartphones have a 32 megapixel selfie shooter in terms of video youre able to capture this bokeh kind of effect with the front facing camera. It also takes selfies, but its a little heavy for my liking with the beauty mode, so thats, something that you might need to tune down in the settings now. Vivo have also launched the x70 series, with the updated tws 2, with active noise cancellation through a lightweight and familiar design. Theyve got nice bass with crisp, mids and highs, and you can set noise cancellation in auto transmission. They also have this three mic: noise cancellation for clearer calls on the other end and if youre planning on gaming, with these, they have low latency of 88 milliseconds and should last a while, with around 29 hours of battery life, with the charging case, the vivo x70 Series is available now in the middle east and ill pop. The pricing information in the description below whichever device you go with youll, be pleasantly surprised. I think viva are continuing to push the camera tech in their smartphones and, although i feel the videography can be improved further, i think theres little doubt why so many reviewers are talking so highly about the photography results with the x70 series, especially the x70 pro. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below smash that subscribe button and like button.