Vivo X70 Pro to launch in Pakistan by Month-end; Dimensity 1200V, 50MP Quad Cam & 44W fast charge

Faisal Rasool

The X70 Pro debuted in September this year. Its international rollout has already begun, and the Vivo X70 Pro should be coming to Pakistan before October ends, sources told WhatMobile. The Vivo Y33s released earlier is selling like hotcakes and the brand seems all geared up for a flagship launch. Featuring cutting-edge cameras, eye-catching AG design, and powerful performance, the X70 Pro earns its title.

Vivo co-engineered the camera system with ZEISS. Their T* coating minimizes stray light and ghosting, the next-gen gimbal stabilization is sharper than ever, and the sensor behind this gimbal camera is a custom Sony IMX766V. 

The one-of-a-kind stabilization technology allows for ‘Extreme Night Vision’ mode on both video and photos. ZEISS provides a selection of unique portrait modes. Vivo X70 Pro also houses a dedicated Pro Cinematic feature that gives you complete control over the camera. The back camera can zoom in 5x without any loss.

Vivo has mildly curved the edges of the phone’s screen. The back also melts into the frame. The camera island has a modular but sharp-edged design. Three lenses and a periscope-telephoto camera are embedded inside it. It sports a comfortable Fluorite AG finish, offered in matte black Cosmic Black and the dazzling Aurora Dawn. 

The X70 Pro also has a stunning display to match. the new Vivo mobile for 2021 refreshes at 120Hz, peaks at 1300 nits of eye-searing brightness, and delivers a crisp 1080P resolution. Save for the single O-hole punched through its center, the display is almost free of visual intrusions. But the phone is missing dual speakers that are a must at this price point.

The engine inside the Vivo X70 Pro is a Dimensity 1200V designed for this phone. It’s combined with upwards of 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Plus, 12GB of virtually extended memory for unbeatable multitasking performance. Everything runs on a 4450 mAh battery and 44W charging. 

Note that the X70 Pro will not run Vivo’s hot new OriginOS, opting instead for the old FunTouchOS. For now, OriginOS seems to be limited to the Chinese market.


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