The dream of professional smartphone photography comes true with the vivo X80


Do you know why candids are always more popular than pre-planned photos? That’s because candids tell a story. They tell us about the person, the place and exactly how they are feeling right now. To be honest, candids are the bridge between the true feelings of the subject and those of the photographer. A picture perfect is always those indefinite memories between people capturing the likeness of a random situation. They are a story in themselves. So what’s the best way to click on a candid, you ask? Use a camera that understands the value of stories.

One brand that fully understands the mix of what’s in the moment and what’s prepared is vivo. The brand has been talking about its camera-centric innovations for a while and with the recently launched X-series device, vivo has managed to establish its superiority in professional smartphone imaging. The vivo X80 is not only the epitome of an elevated imaging experience, it also claims to understand our lives through its “Stories.” Redefined. theme. Here’s how the brand claims to know what audiences want:

Photographs and videos that live forever in your hearts

vivo’s partnership with ZEISS, a leader in optical technology, has brought waves of upgrades in terms of professional smartphone cameras. ZEISS Professional Video, for example. Introduces various professional modes such as ZEISS Cinematic Style Bokeh and AI Video Enhancement for enthusiasts. In order to make a video more graceful and worthwhile, ZEISS Cinematic Style Bokeh uses its high quality to influence the effect of the movie lens. AI video enhancement allows users to switch between scenes, allowing the camera to exploit surrounding changes. In addition, vivo has ensured that photographers do not face the problem of extreme reflection, the ZEISS T* coating reduces light reflection in low light situations.

Along with the vivo’s strategic partnership with ZEISS, the brand also flaunts an ultra-sensitive 50MP sensor that clicks perfect images regardless of background lighting or surroundings. The rear panel has a triple camera setup with the 12MP portrait camera and a 12MP wide-angle camera. On the front, the 32MP rules the camera system. What stands out here is vivo’s innovation through its R&D program – the V1+ chip is an addition that redefines the experience of taking photos in any situation due to its formidable standards of imagery. The phone offers the ability to be a professional photographer with its ZEISS style portrait which enhances the user’s portrait experience. Plus, Super Night Portrait works hand-in-hand with the ability to take perfect portraits in low-light conditions.

Performance better than your dreams

vivo X80 is equipped with a mammoth 4500 mAh battery life which comes with an equally large fast charging capability. The 80W FlashCharge ensures that the user will be able to use their device continuously without unnecessary interruptions or battery warnings. Moreover, the device is also powered by the brand new MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor. This means that users can seamlessly explore the device while playing games, streaming and engaging in other activities. of the phone.

Ultimate design and feel

The vivo X80 brings out its classic style for the comfort of its users. The blend of futuristic design with trendy subtlety makes for a brilliant combination. The Cloud Window 2.0 balances a round camera on a square plate that brings out the elegance of the whole look. In addition, the Fluorite AG Glass design not only offers a great look, but also a perfect grip and in-hand experience. The phone offers two different style variants. The Cosmic Black with a mysterious starry night sky and the Urban Blue with a look that depicts a clear sky above a beautiful island.

The X80 is available for pre-booking from today, May 16, 2022. The device is priced at Rs. 159,999 only and will be available for sale from May 24, 2022.

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