It’s no secret that Vivo is the world’s fastest growing smartphone manufacturer over the past few years. This growth has been sparked by some impressive smartphones that have flown consumers’ way, most notably the Vivo NEX. And what does it take to launch an X80 Pro in this day and age? Well, there’s a waterdrop notch, a pop-up camera, and of course, a massive display — all three of which are present.
The Vivo X80 Pro is a well-built phone with a good design. The in-display fingerprint sensor and triple camera setup on the back are what stands out in particular.
The phone has an attractive design and feels comfortable to hold, but those with smaller hands might find it bulky. The chin is slightly thicker than usual due to the selfie camera being housed there, but this isn’t much of an issue because you’ll rarely touch that area while holding it.
The glass back gives it a premium look and feel, while also providing support for wireless charging (which isn’t supported in India). The bezels around the screen are slim enough that they don’t get in your way when watching videos or playing games; however, if you’re looking for something more immersive then you may want to check out other options like Samsung’s Galaxy A50 or Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 7S Pro
The Vivo X80 Pro has a 6.64 inch AMOLED display with a 3120 x 1440 resolution and 90Hz refresh rate, making it one of the best displays on any smartphone at this price point. It’s also HDR10+ certified for richer colors, and has 100% DCI-P3 coverage for more accurate colors.
This includes some improvements over last year’s Vivo X27 Pro: it now has support for HDR10+ (the previous model only supported regular HDR), which means more vibrant colors than before. It also fixes some of the issues people had with the original X27; like its predecessor, you can use your voice commands without touching your phone by pressing the dedicated Bixby button on the left side of your device or by simply saying “Hey Bixby.”
The X80 Pro’s processor is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, the same chip that powers a number of other flagship phones. It’s a step above the 845 used in the X70 and is one of the fastest mobile processors you can buy right now.
The phone has an impressive 6GB of RAM, which makes it great for multitasking or switching between apps or games — even if you leave them open in your background. The S10+ has 12GB and many other high-end models have 8GB; so this falls right in line with most other flagships.
Vivo also includes a 4,000mAh battery on its flagship device — which means you’ll get plenty of battery life before needing to plug it in again (though not quite as much as some devices like the Note 10). This is definitely good news because smaller batteries are often less reliable than larger ones because they have less capacity for storing power over time (and thus more likely to fail). But all things considered, this isn’t too much bigger than most modern batteries and we didn’t notice any issues during our testing period with either device.”
The Vivo X80 Pro sports a 48 MP Sony IMX586 sensor + 5 MP secondary lens dual camera setup. The primary camera has a wide f/1.8 aperture and 10x optical zoom, while its depth-sensing counterpart comes with an f/2.4 aperture. AI scene recognition and AI beauty mode are also in tow here to help you get the best shots possible on your smartphone.
But it’s not just about taking great photos: the Vivo X80 Pro boasts 3D TOF technology, which allows you to take pictures without having any obstacles between yourself and your subject — all without using any additional equipment or accessories like tripods or stands! Plus, this enables them to create some really stunning portrait shots with bokeh effects (blurring out backgrounds) that make subjects pop right off their screens — as well as impressive bokeh selfies thanks to its front-facing punch hole display!
The X80 Pro sports a beefy 4000 mAh battery, which is enough to keep the phone going for multiple days of usage. While there are no official numbers on how long the X80 Pro lasts, we can assume that it’ll last quite long due to its large battery capacity and low power consumption.
However, if you’re someone who uses your phone for hours each day for gaming or streaming videos, then you might want to opt for something like the OnePlus 7 Pro instead because its 4000 mAh battery won’t be able to keep up with such heavy usage patterns.
The Vivo X80 Pro is a decent phone
It has good battery life, a pair of great cameras and an excellent display. The design is also quite nice, with a curved glass back that feels comfortable to hold in the hand. Performance is satisfyingly snappy enough to keep up with most daily demands as well, though it doesn’t have any features that truly set it apart from other Android smartphones in its price range.
If you’re looking for something inexpensive but still respectable, then this might very well be your best bet out there right now.
Let’s go straight to the point. If you want a phone with a phenomenal display and good cameras, but don’t want all the pomp and frills offered by more established manufacturers, Vivo X80 Pro is the handset for you. The top of the line model has an edge-to-edge 6.41-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels at a density of 389ppi. With its large display, dedicated camera button and high-quality sound, the Vivo X80 Pro is an excellent camera phone. It also has a super fast charge feature that allows you to fully charge your phone in just 30 minutes.