Vivo X30 Pro 5G with Periscope Lens Goes on Sale Today


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The Vivo X30 Pro 5G launched just over two weeks back is going on sale today in mainland China with a price of 4249 Yuan, around $615.

Vivo X30 Pro 5G with Periscope Lens Goes on Sale Today

Vivo X30 Pro 5G

As the most powerful of the two models in the X30 series, its best selling feature is the 13MP periscope camera on the back, paired with a 64MP main lens, another 8MP ultra wide angle camera and a 32MP sensor to snap perfect portraits (2x). This incredible camera setup allows the smartphone to go from a focal range of 16mm (ultra-wide) to 135mm (super telephoto).

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Always in the camera department, Vivo also added a Hyper HDR backlighting technology, which is said to be one of the best as far as dynamic range is concerned. This means that even in situations with a very high dynamic range, the Vivo X30 Pro 5G should still produce portrait photos with bright and dark contrasts; along with accurate skin tones.

The second highlight on the X30 series is the screen. The Vivo X30 Pro 5G does indeed adopt the smallest punch-hole diameter in a 5G phone. It’s only 2.98mm, just like the previously launched S5 also from Vivo. Meanwhile other details include a total size of 6.44 inches; a top partial brightness of 1200 nits; a contrast as high as 2,000,000: 1; 2400 × 1080 resolution and a 20:9 aspect ratio.

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Vivo’s flagship phone is powered by the Samsung Exynos 980 chip; which also made its debut on the phone. The chipset supports SA and NSA dual-mode 5G and uses ARM’s latest Cortex A77 architecture ; along with a Mali-G76 GPU. On the vivo X30 Pro 5G we then find a large 4350mAh capacity battery and support for 33W flash charging.

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Once again, the smartphone is now available in China for 4298 Yuan ($615), we’re specifically talking about the 8GB / 256GB memory variant.

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