The Vivo X70 Pro (MediaTek) of course happens to be the international version of Vivo’s premium smartphone. It happens to be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset and also feature with the aid of 12 gigs of RAM along with 256 gigs of internal storage. The screen which is found within the phone is an AMOLED display measuring in at 6.56 inches and displays images at FHD+ resolution, with there also being the option for 120Hz refresh rate.
In a much similar fashion to the flagship model vivo X70 Pro+, the X70 Pro too makes way with a quad camera setup featuring with the aid of a dual-Tele setup as well as Zeiss-certified optics, however, on the other hand, the Plus models actually makes use of a higher resolution of sensors and/or faster apertures in some of the modules. The primary camera integrated within makes use of a large 50MP sensor which happens to be behind a f/1.75 lens, while on the other hand, the 12MP ultra-wide lens features with the aid of a gimbal-style stabilization system. Tele zooming is indeed delivered thanks to a 12MP 2x lens which is in combination with an 8MP 5x periscope-style module.
The stand out points
Courtesy of all the testing which was done in respect to the camera situation and all, amongst the more impressive points were the fact that there were nice colors while also there being rather good detail in light. Effective video stabilization was seen to be in a good light, while accurate white balance was also a constant reminder when it came to the ultra-wide camera.
The points that don’t exactly stand out
Unfortunately enough, when it comes to the camera, there was visible noise that could be seen in pretty much all the conditions, while the same was the case with shutter lag too. Also, sudden drops in resolution could be witnessed when it came to consecutive Tele shots, and unstable exposure in video was also a thing to be seen. Color fringing too unfortunately was a case when it came to the ultra-wide camera, as it seemed like quite a persistent problem specifically associated with the ultra-wide lens.
All in all, the phone does do a rather decent job when making use of both the ultra-wide as well as tele cameras. Unfortunately enough, while the dual-tele setup does in fact offer rather good image quality, it lacks a bit when it comes to images taken at a closer distance. It’s important though to remember the fact that the vivo X70 Pro is indeed amongst the finest as far as the best premium devices for video are concerned. Not only does video footage feature with the aid of good exposure, but nice color can also be seen on a regular occurrence.