Last month, the Vivo X80 Pro was revealed in India. The X80 Pro, which was recently released in India for over $1,100, is the X series' most expensive traditional flagship yet, and a gamble that Vivo can compete with the greatest phones from the likes of Samsung, Google, and Apple.
At first impression, the Vivo X80 Pro has a luxurious appearance. The screen has a perceptible curvature, and the rounded corners make it comfortable to hold. The phone has a glass, ceramic, or eco-leather back panel; our model, which is the only one marketed in India, has a matte black ceramic panel with a textured back.
Don't be deceived by the beautiful curved display on the front. This is undoubtedly one of the greatest smartphone displays I've seen. Vivo's display is a 6.78-inch QHD+ (1440 x 3200 pixel) AMOLED with LTPO 3.0 technology. The 2K display is said to have a pixel density of 517ppi, 10-bit color, a 100% DCI-P3 broad color gamut, and HDR10+ capability. The screen is also extremely brilliant, peaking at 1500 nits, making it possible to use the phone even in direct sunlight.
While the Vivo X80 Pro features a top-tier spec sheet, its biggest selling point remains its quad-rear camera arrangement. A 50 MP Samsung GN5 main sensor with an f/1.57 aperture, a 48 MP ultrawide shooter with an f/2.2 aperture, and a 12 MP telephoto lens with an f/1.85 aperture, and an 8 MP periscope camera with an f/3.4 aperture comprise the combination. The primary camera has OIS and Laser AF, while the telephoto lens has OIS and 5x optical zoom. The telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom has an ultra-stable gimbal OIS. The camera reproduces brilliant yet accurate colors, but if you want a more natural look, you can switch to the Zeiss mode, which gives true-to-life colors, giving the photographs a more genuine appearance. The Zeiss T coating is also great at dealing with reflections and glares.
The X80 Pro features a 4,700 mAh battery, making it the largest battery on a smartphone in Vivo's X series.
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