Vivo has just introduced its X70 series of flagship phones, with the X70, X70 Pro, and X70 Pro+ being the devices in that set. Following the official confirmation, we were able to ascertain that the Galaxy S10 will go on sale in markets such as India, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the UAE, though with some notable alterations, such as the Pro variant being fitted with MediaTek’s Dimensity 1200 chipset rather than Samsung’s Exynos 1080.
It is said that the X70 Pro and Pro+ include the trademark gimbal mechanism again. According to last week’s announcement, the X70 Pro+ would have four camera sensors that are all being stabilized, a first for any smartphone.
Vivo has given 360-degree picture and video stabilization a new moniker, Ultra-Sensing Gimbal (PRO). One of the new modules that particularly helps prevent images from being blurry is the ultrawide 48MP Sony IMX598 module for the X70 Pro+; this module utilizes the gimbal five-axis stabilization that will be especially useful for low-light photography.
It also uses the biggest gimbal sensor of any camera on the market. Wait for some big news regarding the global release of the vivo X70 series.