The X80 series of smartphones can come with an 80W adapter.
Vivo X80 and Vivo X80 Pro are expected to launch this month in China. Prior to that, the probable specs of the two phones were leaked via Gizmochina. Flagships are said to come with MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset coupled with 80W charging support, 120Hz AMOLED panel, 32MP front camera, vapor chamber heat dissipation mechanism and Origin OS Ocean software based on Android 12. There are also some differences between the two Vivo X80 phones, the details of which are shared below.
Vivo X80, Vivo X80 Pro Specs and Features (planned)
Image of Vivo X70 used for representation purposes.
Vivo X80 is rumored to sport a 6.78-inch E5 AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ support, 3D Schott Glass protection, 1500 nits peak brightness and DC dimming support.
It is said to have a punch-hole cutout housing a 32MP sensor. Meanwhile, behind it will be a 50MP Sony IMX866 main sensor accompanied by a 12MP ultrawide snapper and a 12MP zoom lens with 2x optical magnification.
Under the hood, it can pack a Dimensity 9000 chipset paired with a 4,300mm² VC for thermal management, and a 4,500mAh battery with 80W charging support. The software on top could be Android 10 with the OriginOS Ocean skin.
The rest of the repertoire consists of an IP53 rating, NFC, X-axis linear vibration motor and IR blaster.
Vivo X70 series images used for representation purposes.
As for the Vivo X80 Pro, the underlying processor, charging solution, software, selfie camera, vapor cooling chamber, screen protector and front AMOLED refresh rate are the same as above.
The differences arise in the rear camera setup of the phone which includes a 50MP GN1 primary camera, a Sony IMX598 48MP ultra wide shooter, a 12MP zoom lens with 2x optical magnification along with gimbal OIS support, and finally a camera 8MP periscope photo with 5x zoom and OIS Support.
The Vivo X80 Pro also features a larger 4700mAh battery, a QHD+ resolution display with an ultrasonic fingerprint reader underneath, and an IP68 water and dust resistant casing.
That’s about all we know about Vivo’s upcoming flagships at the moment. Until they are supported by more concrete evidence, we suggest that you take them with a grain of salt.
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