move up to the “top 10” with zoom and night shots as an incentive
The new Vivo X90 Pro+ takes the best from DxOMark (whether the photography benchmarks are reliable or not), and a score of 140 points is on par with the Google Pixel 7, standing out in night and zoom photography.
Now all readers of Netcost-security.fr will know that I have been an avid user of the Galaxy Note family since 2011 with its first generation, despite the fact that I must admit that lately I have declared myself an unconditional vivo fan for his courage, for his work which is good and because their phones are really on the level of the best in the industry.
In fact, for me vivo X80 Pro was last year’s best Android phone and most underrated in all comparisons, and now in 2023 we don’t have to wait for the Dongguan manufacturer to raise the stakes, also dare to counter program the best from Samsung with a concept that raises the bar again but retaining photography as the main protagonist and ZEISS as the verification seal of the general outstanding quality.
Perhaps for this reason, vivo leaders want to be in 2023 among the first phones analyzed by DxOMark, which, reliable or not always, analyzes with an extraordinary level of detail all the devices that pass through its test tables and through the hands of its experts, who easily agrees with the vivo X90 Pro +, placing it in tenth place in the ranking, at the level of notables like Google’s Pixel 7 and just below the iPhone 13 Pro Max and Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.
The new X90 Pro+ from vivo went through the hands of DxOMark to ensure its photographic quality, and it passed with flying colors, getting straight into the “top 10” ranking thanks to its 140 points.
Finally there is a date: the impressive vivo X90 will play with Samsung on the Android throne at 02.02
Compared to the previous model, the actual improvement of the vivo X90 Pro+ is 3 points, focusing mainly on the high quality of results using the zoom and night mode, which in the end are precisely the two big incentives of this large camera module signed ZEISS.
But we won’t stop there, in words, because in fact we want you to have all the superlative camera details that will definitely be at the best level on the market in 2023:
- Main 50 MP, Sony IMX989 1″, f/1.75 aperture, hybrid PDAF + laser autofocus, OIS
- 48 MP ultra wide angle, Sony IMX598 1/2.0″, 114º field, 14 mm equivalent, f/2.2 aperture, autofocus
- 50 MP, Sony IMX758 1/2.4″ telephoto lens, 50mm equivalent, f/1.6 aperture, 2x optical zoom, OIS
- 64 MP, Omnivision OV64B 1/2.0″ periscope telephoto lens, 90mm equivalent, f/3.5 aperture, PDAF autofocus, 3.5x optical zoom, OIS
- Front camera 32 MP, 1/2.8″, 24mm equivalent, f/2.5 aperture, video [email protected]
- ZEISS lens, ZEISS T* coating, Pixel Shift, dual LED flash, auto HDR, 100x hybrid zoom, 8K video at 30 fps with gyro-EIS and 14-bit RAW
As you will see, there is not much to fault an absolutely flawless photographic hardware system, with no less than 5 cameras divided between the front and the large rear circle that frames the 1-inch sensor and three additional lenses, all high resolution and with automatic selection by AI so that its use is transparent according to each scene.
In fact, at DxOMark they highlight in their analysis how well optics and software work together, giving users high-level results in almost any situation without needing to be a photo expert or have advanced knowledge.
Its best credentials, however, are the zoom which achieved the second highest score in DxOMark history, trailing only the Honor Magic4 Ultimate and showing great results, especially when we were shooting stills. Autofocus performance is also commendable, although moving subjects are not as good due to shutter lag
Experts say that exposures are good, noise is well-controlled, and detail is razor-sharp, and that this ZEISS camera is also very good at night photography, where the 1-inch sensor stands out for the amount of information it can capture. However, it is true that artifacts do occur and not all of them are 100 percent positive, which is why the vivo X90 Pro+ fails to scratch a few more points.
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