Vivo is gearing up to unveil its latest flagship smartphones, the Vivo X100 series, on November 13th. The company has been gradually teasing the device’s features, building anticipation for the launch. Now, the Vice President of the Vivo brand, Jia Jingdong, has unveiled camera samples from the Vivo X100 Pro, showcasing its stunning results.
Jia Jingdong also shared insights into the camera system in the Vivo X100 Pro. According to him ” the X100 can no longer be described only as the “King of Moving Images” The imaging capabilities of the X100 are “powerful” this time because it begins to explore extreme scenes that have never been attempted before, it begins to explore the extreme areas of optical photography and computational photography, and it begins to solve situations where photography is almost optically impossible.”
One of those extreme areas of photography is shooting the sun. The difficulty in photographing the sunset lies in chromatic aberration and glare. The sunset is rich in color, especially lots of warm reds and oranges. The Vivo X100 series overcomes these obstacles by leveraging the jointly developed Zeiss APO floating periscope telephoto. This technology features a floating lens design and is enhanced with the T* anti-glare coating, enabling precise sun photography mastery.
The phone also excels at capturing beautiful portraits at a range of focal lengths, including 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, and 100mm. The camera capabilities of the Vivo X100 series have been significantly enhanced, thanks to the inclusion of the Dimensity 9300 and V3 imaging chip. Notably, the in-house developed V3 chip now has the capability to capture 4K movie effects, marking a groundbreaking achievement. The X100 series is poised to make a substantial leap forward in the realm of smartphone photography.