Vivo X80 Series May Pack MediaTek Dimensity 9000 Processor Alongside Custom Image Chipset

Vivo's next premium series, the X80, may have a custom image processor!

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Vivo is rumoured to launch the X80 series in China this month. The series is said to comprise three phones – the Vivo X80Vivo X80 Pro and the Vivo X80 Pro Plus. A past report revealed that the phones could debut on April 25th in the company’s home town, China. Now, popular Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station on Weibo revealed that the Vivo X80 series will be equipped with Mediatek Dimensity 9000 SoC and come equipped with Vivo’s in-house image chipsets, and a new flagship CIS that enhances the amount of light entering the camera sensor. Let’s take a closer look at the Vivo X80 series, specifications, features and what we know so far.

Vivo X80 Series Specifications

According to DCS, the whole X80 series will include Dimensity 9000 and in-house developed image chipsets, and a new CIS that increases the amount of light intake  The tipster also includes an image comparing the amount of light intake, and the difference is significant. He goes on to say that the Vivo X80 Pro has a self-developed ISP + RGBW sensor with a large f/1.57 aperture.

DCS Vivo X80 Pro

The Vivo X80 Pro could sport a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a QHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. It is said to include a 50MP GN1 primary sensor, a 48MP Sony IMX598 ultrawide lens, a 12MP portrait sensor with 2x optical zoom and support for OIS, and an 8MP periscope telephoto camera with 5x zoom and OIS support. On the front, the phone is likely to feature a 32MP shooter.

The vanilla X80 on the other hand may feature a primary 50MP Sony IMX866 camera, a secondary 12MP ultrawide lens and a 12MP portrait lens with 2x optical zoom. The phone is rumoured to draw power from a 4500 mAh battery that supports 80W fast charging support.

Furthermore, MySmartPrice previously exclusively reported that the Vivo X80 series India launch is set to happen in the month of April.

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