Vivo X60 Pro: the ideal marriage with an expert in Zeiss optics

Vivo and the expert in accuracy optics Zeiss have together fostered the optics of the new X60 Pro, an amazing cell phone skilled for photography, fusing an imposing adjustment framework, totally new.

Among the star smartphones, those that make the difference are the “photophones”. They are generally power monsters that have an enormous advantage, that of having developed optics worthy of that of real cameras with a specialist in precision optics. Few brands embark on the adventure and renowned optical specialists can be counted on the fingers of one hand. It must be said that this is a partnership where the “optician” and the manufacturer choose each other for a win-win operation for themselves as well as for the user. And precisely, since 2020, the German Zeiss, one of the renowned specialists in precision optics,

It is with the very latest Vivo X60 Pro that the association of the two partners has taken advantage of their expertise to create one of the best photophones of the moment. For its part, Vivo has worked on what is called a gimbal, that is to say, an effective mechanical stabilizer. It must be said that for smartphones if there has been undeniable progress, stabilization remains one of the points that makes it possible to differentiate a video taken with a camera or a well-equipped SLR.

The two partners have succeeded in combining a miniaturized gimbal with Zeiss certified precision optics.  © Vivo
The two partners have succeeded in combining a miniaturized gimbal with Zeiss certified precision optics. © Vivo

A miniaturized gimbal in the photo module

In all cases, a gimbal is located outside the device, it is integrated into a pole with a system based on four axes and small motors that soften the movements and vibrations to give the sensation of an image that slides. And precisely, Vivo has managed to develop an improbable gimbal so miniaturized that it is directly integrated into the mobile. It is a real feat. It is clear that Vivo is doing extremely well with its stabilizer to the point that it is difficult to criticize. By adding a Zeiss certification to its optics, the mobile takes a step forward.

Zeiss optics filter the light that permeates the four sensors on the back of the Vivo X60 Pro. Thus, the main 48-megapixel sensor with a large aperture (f / 1.48) allows better capture of light in the dark. Accompanied by the gimbal, it ensures quality shots without blurring, but again the Zeiss optics certainly have a lot to do with it. It is accompanied by a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle, a magnifying zoom of 2 x 13 megapixels. For portraits, the master of optics Zeiss has integrated his Zeiss Biotar filter on his portrait mode. A real asset to naturally improve the effects related to the depth of field while ensuring the colors fair and precise outlines for the main subject.

For the rest, the high-end atmosphere is required with a 5.56-inch curved screen that can have a 120 Hz refresh as needed. This featherweight encloses the powerful Snapdragon 870. The SoC comes with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB for storage. The set is powered by a generous 4,200 mAh battery with a 33 W fast charger. With this X60 Pro undoubtedly gifted for photography, Vivo could well shake some competitors who have also relied on the expertise of a specialist in optics, but sometimes without succeeding in drawing all the capacities of it.

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Written by Saif Ali Tai

Saif Ali Tai. What's up, I'm Saif Ali Tai. I'm a software engineer living in India. . I am a fan of technology, entrepreneurship, and programming.

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