vivo X80 Pro REVIEW and Real World CAMERA TEST
But is this all hype im im quan welcome back to the channel guys and girls in this video ill be putting the x80 pro through test to answer this question here on mquan reviews, Music, so the x80 pro i mean it definitely has the specs of a Flagship in 2022., the things that you would expect, like, the impressive display, its a 6.78 inch amoled, just slightly curved but comfortable in the hand, display it supports 120hz adaptive refresh, which is going to really help on battery life. Unlike the last version, which was the x70 pro, and it has all the punchiness and vibrancy with good contrast and colors, its also got a larger and practical ultrasonic fingerprint scanner under the display, i mean check out the size of this area. Honestly, i like to see other brands incorporate something like this now. Performance is also stellar with the latest snapdragon 8 gen1, four nanometer chipset, which is paired with 12gb of ram and on my model, 256 gigabytes of storage theres. Also, a liquid cooling vapor chamber incorporated into the device and its helped it keep cool. While you know, ive been enjoying some gaming action so coupled with android 12 and fun touch os, which is thankfully slowly getting better at shedding that bloat there. I found everything from graphic heavy games through to day to day multitasking to be smooth and enjoyable, and can we just take a moment to appreciate just how much vivo include in the box? I mean check out this really nice leather style case now.
All that is good, but the main focus on the x80 pro is the camera. On the back. First of all, i can appreciate vivos design choice on the back camera module. I mean youve got this really. Nice mirrored effect that helps keep the camera module flush while complementing the back matte effect, when a lot of other flagships have the same type of look its good to see. Vivos x80 pro looking visually different, the hardware wise it packs a punch. I mean with a 50 megapixel, f 1.6 ois, which is paired with a 48 megapixel, f, 2.2 ultra wide and then a 12 megapixel, f, 1.9 telephoto with 2x optical zoom and gimbal ois and finally theres an 8 megapixel, f, 3.4 periscope telephoto ois with five times Optical zoom, now its not just the hardware of the cameras on this device. I think the fact that its co, engineered with zeiss elements, also means enhancements with things like the zeiss tea coating that helps to reduce light layers and ghosting, while overall improving quality. And then there are software tweaks, such as the different size, bokeh styles, in portrait shots i mean my favorite being this sonar style bokeh, it looks incredibly professional, almost like it was taken with a professional camera instead of a smartphone Music. So lets take a closer look at these photos and just how nicely they come out, i love how the main lens naturally gives you this bokeh effect. Youve got the ai and customization tweaks, but even in automatic youll get great dynamic range balance colors with details, so the ultra wide all the way through to 5x comes out incredibly nice.
However, once you start to zoom in at around 20x youll notice, much more noise. Thats visible in the picture quality, this does have a maximum zoom of 60x, which is handy, but at those levels honestly, the images come out far too blurry to use now lets compare this with another flagship. This might surprise you but which one overall do. You think looks better and why leave a comment below and let me know if the results also surprised you now. I feel the aviva x80 pro camera does hold up really well on its own and there are a bunch of different modes, but when it comes to low light, youve got ai enhancements that are paired up again with the zeiss lens that help capture some really cool Night, shots again lets compare this with another flagship, the xiaomi 12 pro. Can you guess which one is which youll notice, perhaps how much less light blur the x80 pro produces in these examples? Again, let me know if youre surprised by the results and leave your comments below, but this years camera focus was really to do around video, because on the x80 pro you have the ability to record really nice video using this nice cinematic, video, bokeh Music. Now viva have been known to incorporate gimbal technology in their smartphone for a while now, but with the x80 pro it gets taken to another level. Theres, this cool feature called the 360 degree horizon leveling stabilization, and this gives you an idea you can see.
This is how im shaking it, but this is really how the video quality comes out still impressive, but do bear in mind this limits, your video to 1080p right guys. This is a look at what standard video looks like its currently being filmed in ultra wide youll. Have to forgive the wind noise because its really windy here at the moment, you can actually tell me what the audio is like, so this is 4k 30 frames per second, with i mentioned the standard stabilization which i think does really well im going to start walking Around and youll be able to see how it performs with that now there is the ultra stabilization and the 360 horizontal, but the issue i think the biggest issue that im finding with those is as nice as they are um. You know i tend to use my smartphone for filming, so if you want to use any of those features, unfortunately they are limited to 1080.. So one of the other features in video is that youre able to live zoom now this will go all the way up to 10x zoom within video. What you have to make sure youre doing is starting off at 1x and as you notice that it does take a bit of time to go up to that 10x zoom. Another issue is with the front facing selfie video, so this will currently film 1080 at 60 frames per second, which is what i am filming with right now again, it would have been nice to see on a flagship device like this 4k on the front for the Selfie video because thats what im used to currently in my expectations, from a flagship in terms of filming, but let me know what you think of the quality of the front facing selfie and also of the audio as well.
So, moving on to battery life, i mean its decent. The adaptive 120hz display certainly helps, but again i feel we could have had more than the 4700 milliamp hour battery uh. There is support for the 80 watt flash charge, which means at full charge in around 40 minutes, but this isnt important but youre not gon na get that in the box. In fact, youll get the standard charger and i was able to get a full charge in just over an hour. It also supports up to 50 watt wireless charging and reverse wireless charging, which is handy so the vivo x80 pro the price for it starts at around ‘999 dirhams officially here in the region and thats around the 1 000 mark. That puts it squarely in the flagship price point, though more affordable than some of the other players, while offering similar specs and perhaps in some cases, better performance.