Vivo has officially revealed its first 5G smartphone. Called Vivo X30, the device is expected to use a 5G chipset called Samsung Exynos 980. Vivo previously revealed that it will launch the X30 in December, and now they confirm the device's specifications. This device through the introductory video.
Besides 5G, the biggest highlight of the Vivo X30 is the long-range zoom camera. The company confirms this through one of two official videos about this handset. A detail in the video shows the camera's focal length range from 16mm to 135mm, as well as aperture from f / 1.8 to f / 3.0.
The range of different aperture values seems to belong to the zoom capability of the lens, which Vivo has confirmed in the text of the video. The company calls their lens "Super Telephoto" and the second video of the handset confirms 60x zoom capability.
By adopting a periscope-like camera, the zoom capability of the Vivo X30 shares with the Huawei P30 Pro and Oppo Reno 10x Zoom Edition. It's not clear if this feature of Vivo is any different from Huawei and Oppo, but it is undoubtedly one of the most zoomable devices to date.
While the P30 Pro offers 50x zoom, Oppo Reno 10x can zoom digital up to 60x. It's unclear whether Vivo's 60x zoom capability is optical or hybrid, but it's almost certainly their 60x zoom is still digital.
Besides revealing the camera of Vivo X30, the video also shows the back of this device, even for just a moment. But it is enough to see the back with a cluster of 3 cameras lined up vertically and next to it is a separate square camera, maybe a zoom camera.
Previously, this device was revealed to be equipped with 4 cameras with 64MP + 8MP + 13MP + 2MP setup. There may also be a Pro version with 60MP + 13MP + 13MP + 12MP setup. Some of the other notable parameters of the Vivo X30 are a 90Hz screen, 44W fast charging and a 32MP selfie camera.
Refer to Android Authority