In December last year, Vivo officially launched the X60 series – high-end smartphones equipped with today’s technology-leading camera clusters. While the Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro versions have surprised users with professional movies, the Vivo X60 Pro + with much more outstanding improvements. Does this make you curious about her ability to take pictures? If so, check out the Vivo X60 Pro + camera review below!
The article is based on the views of technology site Sparrowsnews and TechNick TechNick YouTuber.
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A quick look at the configuration of the Vivo X60 Pro + before
One interesting piece of information that you need to know is that the X60 Pro + is a smartphone presented in the Zeiss optical museum, comparable to the best optical equipment in 175 years of technology. If you are wondering how ‘terrible’ the X60 Pro + camera cluster is, rest assured, I will bring you the answer right here:
- Wide angle camera: 50 MP resolution, f / 1.57 aperture.
- Super wide-angle camera: 48 MP resolution, 114-degree viewing angle, f / 2.2 aperture.
- Periscope camera: 8 MP resolution, f / 3.4 aperture.
- Telephoto Camera: 32 MP resolution, f / 2.08 aperture.
At first glance, it seems that the parameters on the camera cluster are not really terrible to make users gasp, but the camera cluster on the X60 Pro + is the crystallization of the cooperation and development with Zeiss – a long-standing enterprise in camera manufacturing industry. And X60 Pro + has also passed the extremely rigorous evaluation criteria of Zeiss to become a flagship that can be displayed in the famous optical museum above.
In addition to the remarkable camera cluster above, the flagship from the Vivo house is also empowered by an equally terrible configuration inside. Vivo X60 Pro + is one of the smartphones equipped with the latest Snapdragon 888 chip today. With the 3-core ISP and AI Engine 6.0 on the chipset above, the X60 Pro + can perform well in landscapes, complex colors or even in low light conditions.
The camera of the Vivo X60 Pro + taken in bright conditions is a real battle
It can be said that taking pictures in bright enough conditions with the Vivo X60 Pro + is an extremely ‘happy’ experience, not inferior to professional cameras! The most impressive point on ’em it’ is in the image color, quite rich but not dazzling, but gives the user a sense of ease. With objects captured with bright colors like red, in other smartphones often appear color spillage, but Vivo X60 Pro + can still handle well and retain color details.
To explain this color correction technology, Vivo came up with a concept called ‘Memory Color’. This is a technology that has been studied from the habits and preferences of users to adjust the colors to suit most of today’s eyes. So the photos taken by Vivo X60 Pro + always attract at first sight!
For veterans in the field of photography, the camera of the Vivo X60 Pro + also attracts learning in the so-called ‘German taste’. This ‘flavor’ is manifested in the light texture and gloss of objects that are exceptionally greasy, rich in detail. Vivo X60 Pro + uses a noise reduction algorithm, as well as moderate blurring, to deliver natural images because overusing the 2 algorithms will cause the transition areas to be blurred and sharp.
Vivo X60 Pro + camera passes the ‘easy to play’ light test
After passing the test in bright enough conditions, will Vivo X60 Pro + excel in complicated lighting conditions? It can be seen that the scene illuminated by a light system has a fairly large capacity. Under these conditions, in some smartphones there will often be flashes or blotches of color. But with Vivo X60 Pro + the ability to reproduce colors very accurately under complex indoor lighting and highlight spillage is very well suppressed under such a large ratio of light.
If you often get annoyed when switching from wide-angle to super wide-angle lenses because of deteriorated image quality, Vivo X60 Pro + can fix the above situation! With the same superb image quality at both wide and ultra wide-angle, we will almost ‘put aside any worries’ about having to trade-off between these two camera lenses when taking that picture!
Does the Vivo X60 Pro + camera shot in low light still satisfy the user?
In low light conditions, it is not difficult to find the flagship Vivo X60 Pro +. While Vivo has a pretty impressive SuperHDR backlighting algorithm, SuperHDR in automatic settings isn’t triggered when the light is inadequate. However, the whole photo is reproduced quite faithfully, right?
When night photography is turned on, it can be seen that the Vivo X60 Pro + produces a brighter picture and brighter colors. And especially, you will not experience too much image breakage when zooming up in both night mode or normal mode.
The Vivo X60 Pro + selfie camera knows how to highlight the main subject!
In selfie mode in well-lit conditions, the 32MP lens of the Vivo x60 Pro + quite knows how to highlight the main subject! Light is focused mainly on the sample, making skin colors appear fresh and healthy, without having to turn on the beauty mode.
When using portrait mode with the front camera, the flagship from the Vivo house does quite well in handling background and main subject separation. Blurring the background also adds depth to the image quite stable and especially you will not have the problem of erasing the background smudged on the main subject!
Macro lens and 5X telephoto camera, what are the weaknesses of the Vivo X60 Pro +?
The Macro camera of the X60 Pro + is also surprising and enjoyable as well. The photo taken with the phone’s macro mode gives the image a much closer and ‘micro’ feel.
Perhaps the weak point on the camera system of the Vivo X60 Pro + is the 5x telephoto shooting. Overall the color of this lens is a bit lighter, the image quality is not really good. In addition, the pixel details captured with this lens are also quite low, so the overall picture is not as ‘happy’ as in the above shooting modes.
Overall, the Vivo X60 Pro + is one of the most expensive flagships in today’s imaging capabilities. With the camera lens combined with Zeiss, this smartphone is a promising milestone that opens the future for the flagship generation that favors taking pictures of Vivo.
And you, what do you feel about the ability to take pictures of Vivi X60 Pro +, please leave a comment below!
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Source: Sparrowsnews and TechNick.
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Edited by Vu Truong An
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