Vivo is launching its new mobile will be called Vivo X70 Pro. It will be one of the latest mobiles by Vivo. Vivo X70 Pro Price in Pakistan is Rs. 139,999. The smartphone is amazing internal specifications, camera setup, screen size, battery timing, and mobile performance.
Vivo officially unveiled its Vivo X70 phone series today, which includes three models: the Vivo X70 Pro+, Vivo X70 Pro, and Vivo X70. They are, of course, a continuation of Vivo’s X60 series devices, and the ZEISS optics partnership for its cameras return.
If you want to see how the newer X70 series compares to the X60 series, check out the Vivo X60 Pro review, as well as pricing and availability information. Let’s get started with the new phones.
With the ZEISS partnership still in place, Vivo’s X70 series phones have committed to improving their imaging capabilities. Every ZEISS-branded rear camera includes ZEISS T* Coating, which helps to reduce lens flares and ghosting.
All three X70 options have identical 32MP front cameras. However, the rear cameras differ:
- Vivo X70 Pro+: quad rear setup with 50MP main, 48MP gimbal-stabilized ultrawide, 12MP telephoto (2x optical zoom), and 8MP periscope telephoto (5x optical zoom). It also gets an Imaging Chip V1 for added image processing prowess through noise reduction.
- Vivo X70 Pro: quad rear setup with 50MP main and gimbal stabilization, 12MP ultrawide, same 12MP telephoto, and same 8MP periscope telephoto.
- Vivo X70: triple rear setup with 40MP main and gimbal stabilization, 12MP ultrawide, and 12MP telephoto (with 2x optical zoom)
The Pro+ version has gimbal stabilization on its ultra-wide shooter, whereas the Pro and regular X70 have an Ultra-Sensing Gimbal Camera and Gimbal Stabilisation 3.0 on their main cameras.
Vivo tweaked more than just the imaging hardware. Three more ZEISS-branded portrait filters inspired by classic ZEISS lenses have been added to the phones: Distagon, Planar, and Sonnar. According to Vivo, Distagon provides dynamic perspective effects suitable for interior photography, Planar has the classic bokeh look suitable for portrait shoots, and Sonnar’s creamier bokeh adds the required depth and clarity for documenting the past.
Not all phones in the X70 series are created equal. Only the Vivo X70 Pro+ is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, while the other two are equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset. In addition, the Pro+ has faster LPDDR5 RAM, whereas its competitors have the much more common LPDDR4X RAM.
Nonetheless, thanks to Vivo’s processor choices, all three models are 5G-capable.
The 4,500mAh battery on the Vivo X70 Pro+ supports 55W wired FlashCharge as well as 50W Qi-compatible Wireless FlashCharge. Previously, even the Pro+ version of the X series lacked wireless charging, so this is a welcome addition.
The X70 Pro and X70 have 4,450mAh and 4,400mAh batteries, respectively. Both include 44W FlashCharge support as well as a compatible fast-charger.