The latest iteration to Vivo’s camera-focused smartphone is here — it’s the Vivo X70 Pro+, the company’s flagship with Zeiss-branded cameras. The new phone brings over-the-top features not just in the camera but the internals and externals as well, most notably the Snapdragon 888+ chipset.
To start off with the change, we have a huge 6.78-inch Samsung-made E5 AMOLED panel with 1440p resolution, an upgrade from the 6.56-inch 1080p panel on its predecessor, plus add the HDR support as well.
The screen uses an LTPO panel, letting it gradually adjust its refresh rate from as low as 1Hz to 120Hz — this is a huge boost if you love having granular controls. The touch sampling rate is 300Hz. The E5 panel, on the other hand, consumes less power in comparison to the older E4 panels.
Powering this heckuva phone is a 4,500mAh battery which is a bit bigger than the 4,200mAh on the X60 Pro+, while the charging speed stays the same at 55W. Then there’s the wireless charging which is almost as good as the wired charging at 50W. Last year’s model had pretty good endurance, and even if the prior model ha
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