Vivo X80 Pro Review In India: Here’s Complete Guide
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Vivo’s flagship phones have earned huge fame for excellent camera performance, culminating in last year’s X70 Pro+ being widely named one of – If not the best camera phones on the market. With no X80 Pro+it depends on the X80 Pro to take up the mantle. Its camera system is strikingly similar to the X70 Pro+’s, Although with a few major changes – most notably to the company’s trademark gimbal stabilization. Here we have more information about the phone and we will share it with you in this article, so let’s continue the article.
Factor in faster charging and an upgraded chipset and the X80 Pro is certainly a worthy successor, it is not a clear-cut upgrade, and by any measure is an exceptional Android flagship.
- The unusual large camera module
- Fantastic frosted glass finish
- IP68 rating
The Vivo X80 Pro seems like any other high-end Android flagship in front. It has big a slab, thanks to a massive 6.78 in display with a central punch-hole selfie camera and sloping, curved sides to the screen. At 9.1 mm it is not the thinnest phone around. Similarly, at 219g it’s not super lightweight, but most phones this size still run a little heavier. From the back, it is a little more unusual. That’s mostly down to the camera module, an unusual design that sees three of the four rear lenses contained in a circle with the fourth sitting below them, but within a large, reflective rectangle that extended across the back of the phone.
It has a massive 6.78 screen and 120 Hz LTPO and QHD+ resolution. It has Stereo speakers and the display is one of the biggest clues that the X80 Pro is really a successor to the X70 Pro+. As we have already said, at 6.78in this is a big screen. The 1440 x 3200 resolution makes it QHD+, more information than even many other flagships. Thanks to using the latest LTPO 3.0 display tech, the phone can scale its refresh rate from 1Hz all the way to 120Hz to optimize power consumption.
It has a flagship Snaptdrange 8 Gen 1 chipset and 12 GB RAM, 256 storage, and smooth performance. If we talk about the battery then it has excellent nearly two-day battery life Fast wired and wireless charging and an 80W wired charger supplied. The Vivo X80 pro is out now in China and India, As for pricing, the best guide for international pricing is the Indian price tag of ₹86,999, which works out to about £905/$1,120/€1,065.