The Vivo X80 series of flagship phones will be available soon. We first heard about the Vivo X80 last week, but thanks to Twitter tipster Shadow Leaks, we now have a thorough leak on the Vivo X80 Pro and Pro+.
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The whole spec list for the Pro models, including prospective price tags, has been supplied by the tipster.
Design and Display
A 6.78-inch LTPO 2 E5 AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and 10-bit colours will be featured on the Vivo X80 Pro and Pro+. The Pro+ model will have a 2K display, while the lower-end model will only have a 1080p display. Because of the LTPO 2 support, the two screens will be incredibly power efficient.
Internals and Storage
The X80 Pro will use MediaTek’s 4nm Dimensity 9000 processor, while the Pro+ will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. The X80 Pro+ will have up to 12GB RAM and 512GB storage, according to AnTuTu and Geekbench listings, although the Pro version may only have 8GB/256GB, which is still sufficient.
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There’s no word on software support yet, although Android 12 is expected.
The cameras on both phones will be similar, but the hardware will be different. The main camera on the Pro+ will be a 50MP ISOCELL GN1 sensor, while the Pro model will use a 50MP Sony IMX789 sensor. The former will have a 48 MP IMX598 ultrawide camera, while the latter will have a 12 MP IMX663.
The X80 Pro and Pro+ will have the same 12MP IMX663 telephoto sensor with 2x optical zoom and 10x hybrid zoom as the X80 Pro.
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The Pro will include a 32MP selfie camera while the Pro+ will have a 48MP camera.
Battery and Pricing
Both phones will feature a 4,700 mAh battery with 80W fast charging capabilities, therefore battery stats will be identical.
Last but not least, when the Vivo X80 Pro and Pro+ are released in China, they are projected to cost $900 and $1030, respectively.
Because this is simply a leak, some of the following specifications may be erroneous, so take this information with a grain of salt until additional leaks occur.