Vivo X70 Pro+ Design and Colour Options Revealed in Posters

The Vivo X70 Pro+ is tipped to launch this month, and is expected to be a flagship smartphone with pro camera specs at hand.


The design and colour options of the Vivo X70 Pro+ has been revealed online, thanks to a leaked poster of what appears to be an official marketing material of the smartphone. The poster also reveals at least two colour options of the X70 Pro+ that includes a blue variant, while it is not clear if the orange colour variant also visible in the poster would be of the X70 Pro+, or its slightly lower sibling, the X70 Pro. The smartphone is expected to be the flagship model of the Vivo X70 portfolio of devices, and is tipped to launch later this month with top notch performance specifications.

The Vivo X70 Pro+ is tipped to run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, with at least 12GB RAM at hand. It is also expected to feature a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, along with a quad rear camera setup. The camera module, as tipped by the poster, takes up a major chunk of the rear panel, and also appears to feature Zeiss branding for its lenses. The smartphone is expected to feature a 50MP primary rear camera module, along with other units. The device may also feature a textured back panel, with 9mm thickness of the body.

At the moment, it isn’t clear as to exactly what the main attraction of the Vivo X70 Pro+ camera would be. The Vivo X series of smartphones each year feature a camera feature upgrade that has so far included a critically acclaimed gimbal stabilisation feature. The X70 Pro+ may offer an upgrade to this, or offer a new feature that is yet to be teased. Given its focus on videography, the X70 Pro+ may feature high frame rate 4K video recording, among other features. All of this will become apparent once the Vivo X70 series is launched later this month.

Along with the new colour variant, the post also teased the Vivo V1 custom processor that the company is reportedly designing. More details about this are yet to be revealed, and it is not clear as to exactly what end use case might Vivo have in mind for the custom chip designed by it. More Chinese OEMs are looking at such features at hand, although how they’d be applied remain to be seen.