Vivo launches the new Vivo X30 and X30 Pro carrying Samsung chipsets with a 5G modem accommodated. Both the X30 and X30 Pro are nearly alike, expect few dissimilarities such as an inclusion of a 5x periscope camera in the Pro version.
The camera on the X30 Pro can capture 12MP shots at a native focal length of 135mm while the digital zoom can perform magnification up to 60x. Moreover, it comprises a dedicated mode allowing you to take photos of the Moon.
A highlighting feature in the optics department of Vivo X30 is its 50mm portrait lens. It’s a 32MP lens with f/2.0 aperture. The autofocus mode locks onto the eyes of the subject thereby tracks as it moves. And you get the bokeh mode too.
Vivo X30 Pro periscope camera sample
On the other hand, the 50mm portrait lens on X30’s non-Pro model is the device’s only zoom lens and comes with 2x optical zoom and 20x digital zoom.
Similarly, both the X30 variants have the same 64MP primary sensor and a 26.4mm lens with f/1.8 aperture. The Super Night mode allows you to stack 12-16 photos thereby reducing noise in the dark. Furthermore, the “Hyper HDR” mode allows shooting photos against the sun or the bright lights at the night time. Also, there is a 16mm ultrawide lens with an 8MP count at the back.
While at the front is a 32MP sensor housed in the punch hole.
As for the display, both the X30 variants flaunt a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED XDR panel with a 1080 x 2400 pixel resolution. The display boasts 800 nits of brightness that goes up to 1,200 units.
Similarly, both get the Exynos 980 octa-core SoC — two Cortex-A77 cores (which affirms 20% improvement in performance over the A76) and six A55 cores. They use the Mali-G76 MP5 for graphical processing with both the CPU and GPU hooked up to a heat pipe in order to keep them cool while running. The duo runs on Android 9 with FunTouch OS 10 out of the box.
With the 5G modem accommodated, the devices support the speed of up to 3.55Gbps (combining both the 4G and 5G). Also, to ensure a faster download even if the Wi-Fi gets slow, the devices come with the “Multi-Turbo 2.5” feature that switches over to 4G or 5G.
Both the Vivo X30 and X30 Pro carry a 4,350mAh battery with 33W Flash Charge support via USB-C port. And you get a dedicated 3.5mm headphone jack as well.
The Vivo X30 Pro will first make its way to China starting from December 24 with a starting price tag of CNY4,000 for the 8GB/128GB model and CNY4,300 for the 8GB/256GB model.
While the base version will only be available in 8GB/128GB variant from December 28 in China with a starting price tag of CNY3,300. The 8GB/256GB costs about CNY3,600.
There are no words regarding the international availability of these phones yet.