Vivo X70 Pro+ Review


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Episode   ·  3 Plays  ·  31:09  ·  Oct 8, 2021


Vivo’s new flagship smartphone, coming just six months on from the previous one, improves upon every problem we had with its predecessor. Gadgets 360 senior reviewer Sheldon Pinto and deputy reviews editor Roydon Cerejo join host Akhil Arora to discuss the Vivo X70 Pro+. We talk about its double USP: the X70 Pro+ offers optical image stabilisation (OIS) on all four rear cameras, and the ultra-wide lens also has gimbal stabilisation that does GoPro-like horizon levelling. It’s quite cool. Read: Vivo X70 Pro+ Review Along the way, we touch upon Vivo’s imaging chip V1 (that is used for night-mode photography, the Zeiss-branded photo modes, and gaming), and the hybrid Funtouch and Origin OS offering (the latter, heavy on widgets, was exclusive to China). The big question though, is whether the X70 Pro+ can be recommended — given it’s priced at nearly Rs. 80,000, alongside the iPhone 13 and the Samsung Galaxy S21+. And does Vivo intend to sell it, or is it a halo product like Xiaomi’s perpetually-unavailable Mi 11 Ultra? Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at Chapters Intro (00:00) Solves X60 Pro+ problems (00:22) No heating issues (04:52) Vivo listening to us (06:31) Horizon levelling (08:25) More (OIS) cameras (11:52) Vivo’s V1 chip (14:33) Funtouch + Origin OS (16:36) Can you recommend it? (20:04) Hopefully it will be sold (25:09) Outro (30:49) Photo credits: Sheldon Pinto/Gadgets 360

31m 9s  ·  Oct 8, 2021

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