On September 9, vivo unveiled the X70 series, and three weeks later, the company made the devices available to the public all around the world. They were first shown off to an Indian audience at an event to debut them, and we're sure they'll be available in other countries as well.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ powers the vivo X70 Pro+, which has a fantastic camera setup. The Snapdragon 1200 chipset also powers the vivo X70 Pro, which is slightly more affordable. As confirmed by company executives, the vanilla vivo X70 was intentionally left out of the event. Despite this, it may make an appearance in India.
The third-generation gimbal camera technology on the vivo X70 Pro and vivo X70 Pro+ promises to “redefine photography” for users. Because of the manufacturer's cooperation with Zeiss, these X smartphones also have a T* coating on the lenses to minimise glare in photographs and movies.
Apart from the actual lens, Zeiss offered the know-how for creating beautiful bokeh photos based on the focal length of the lens.
There are three storage options for the vivo X70 Pro: 8/128 GB ($630/€545), 8/256 GB ($670/€580), and 12/256 GB ($715/€615). The phone will be available in black or an Aurora Dawn gradient colour for INR46,990 ($630/€545). Orange vegan leather is only available in China for the vivo X70 Pro+. In terms of price, it'll be INR79,990 ($1,075/€930) with 12/256 GB of memory.
Phone pre-orders are already available. Beginning on October 7, the Pro and Pro+ will be available for purchase, with the Pro+ following on October 12. For INR4,499 ($60/€52), users can also get a 50W Wireless Flash Charge Stand.