So how much improvement? Do we get from vivos, newest flagship, especially in terms of imaging capabilities? Here are the eight things that stand out to me about the x80 pro lets start with the first one, the camera module. Honestly, i have to think that this is one of the most stacked out camera modules on any phone on the back. We have a 15 megapixel main camera with a big underlying sensor that is, custom made by vivo a 48 megapixel ultra white camera, letting you capture, white scenery, a 12 megapixel portrait camera with some interesting poetry effects, as well as an 8 megapixel telephoto periscope camera for Snapping images of something that is really far away. All of these cameras are powered by vivos self design, v1 plus imaging chip, and in addition to that, we also have the zest t star coating on the back. So for people who didnt know, das has been partnering with vivo for quite a few years now, and this t star coding, greatly reduces flares and ghosting scene ear photos, especially in night time. Shots here are some examples in comparison to my iphone. So we can see how the t star coding really helps. Secondly, the image quality. With all this amazing hardware, the photos must be amazing right. Well, yes, but not completely. Yes, let me explain in daylight conditions. The x80 pro produces great images with four different focal lenses to choose from. If you compare it to the x70 pro plus, you will notice the x80 pros improvement in terms of white balance, which makes the image look a lot more natural and every single image just looks a little better and sharper on the x80 pro until i came across These two photos for some reason: the periscope camera on the x80 pro looks a lot worse than the x70 pro plus wow.

That is so disappointing. I think what you meant by improvement is actually a negative improvement. Well, thats, not the first story here you see if you move your camera too close to an object. The camera can no longer focus on the object so to compensate for that smartphones usually switch to a wider camera and prop it to mimic a telephoto. Look for your photo and the quality would obviously be much worse than the actual telephoto camera in this case, im holding the phone too close to the kitty and the switching mechanism seems to be lagging behind and isnt very sensitive. On the other hand, if we take a photo of something that is far away, then the photo will switch to the actual telephoto camera and in this case the x80 pro beats its predecessor as well. I hope vivo can improve this switching mechanism as soon as possible. Since this will greatly affect the user experience, also, the x80 pro can intelligently identify different people in a group shop to make adjustments to each phase independently, but i can test it for you, since i dont have any friends. Okay on to the third point: well, the phone performs great in daytime conditions. Nighttime photography is where the x80 pro really shines, especially with the v1 plus chip inside heres, the controlled nighttime indoor comparison between the x80 pro and the x70 pro plus, and i think the x80 pro does a better job, while the x70 pro plus does look brighter.

It just looks a little too bright for a nighttime shot, as the colors are a little off and over saturated. On the other hand, the x80 pro may seem not so bright, but it has a more accurate white balance, maintaining a more natural contrast and color to the image. When we take these phones out to capture some exterior nighttime shots, the results are pretty similar. Another cool feature is this phones ability to shoot videos in low light situations again, it is clear that the x80 pro manages to create a better image thanks to the v1 plus chip inside, however, keep in mind that this only works in 1080p at 30 frames per. Second number: four zayus vivo has been partnering with xayah since the x60 series, and there are some features that are very fun to play with other than the zeiss t star coding. There is also cinematic mode which allows you shoot, photos or videos in a cinematic aspect: ratio creating the look of the film just with your phone, and there is a lot of room to play around with this feature. In addition, theres also zayas natural color, which allows your phone to capture photos with colors that closely resemble the real world. I only turn it on when i need to, since i still prefer more vibrant photos. Last but not least, the iconic zios portrait mode. Basically, you have these five distinct styles of portraits to choose from, and each of them has a different characteristic to the background border of an image.

Honestly, i would recommend anyone who hasnt played with this feature to take a look at the zayas portrait mode. Maybe you will fall in love with it. Next number, five on the list. We have the fingerprint sensor, but its just a fingerprint sensor. How could the fingerprint sensor be interesting? Well, heres, how remember the last time you registered your fingerprint on your device? Well, you had to tap the scanning area multiple times to get an accurate, read, and sometimes the fingerprint sensor just stops working when your hand is very wet or off by a little bit. Well, with the x80 pro you just have to press the skinny area once and voila its done, and if you take a look at the scanning area, you will realize how big it is so fingerprint being off by a little no problem wet hands, no problem! Your phone unlocks just like that whats more you can further customize the icon, the animation and the way your home screen comes in when you unlock your phone, and this is something which i think others overlook its like stepping into your car or your home, where you Want to feel at home and welcome to keep the whole experience interesting, and this phone does that next performance and battery life as vivos 2022 flagship device. The x80 pro has the latest snapdragon 8 gen 1 inside, as expected with 12 gigabytes of ram, meaning that there is no need to worry about performance.

You can play all your favorite games on this phone, even one of most demanding games out there to power. This monster chip inside we need a powerful battery and im glad that vivo has put a bigger battery in the x80 pro in comparison to last years, x70. Pro plus, the capacity has gone up from 4500 milliamp to 4700 milliamps, and the maximum charging power has increased from 55 watt to 80 watt, which, according to vivo, means that you can fully charge your phone in 35 minutes, which is handy if you are always on The go number seven, the display, this phone features a 6.78 inch amoled display with a 120hz adjustable refresh rate, which puts it at the top tier of mobile display screens the phone bumps up the refresh rate when you are scrolling through apps or photos to create a Smoother experience and lowers the refresh rate when you are viewing something static. However, by default, the phone only reaches 120 hertz when swapping between app pages and maximizes at 60, hertz for all other activities, meaning that you have to manually select 120hz in the setting page to unlock the full potential of the display. Finally, the design of the phone in comparison to last years x70, pro plus they look almost identical to each other, except the camera module. Honestly, if you didnt tell me this is the predecessor to the x70 pro plus. I would think this is another new product line from weibo.

Well, im, not a huge fan of the design of the camera module. The glass panel does serve as a nice mirror for you to check your appearance while out and about so here are the eight things that i find very interesting about x80 pro in comparison to other phones.