Last week, vivo announced its X70 flagship lineup consisting of the X70, X70 Pro and X70 Pro+ phones. A day after the announcement we got confirmation that the phones will head to more markets including India, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the UAE though with some changes on the Pro model which will use MediaTek’s Dimensity 1200 chipset instead of Samsung’s Exynos 1080.
According to an industry source, vivo once again utilizes its signature gimbal system on the global X70 Pro and Pro+ models. The global X70 Pro+ will have stabilization on all four of its camera sensors which is a first in any smartphone and was specified in last week’s announcement.
Ultra-Sensing Gimbal (PRO) is vivo’s new name for 360-degree image and video stabilization. The ultrawide 48MP Sony IMX598 module on the X70 Pro+, in particular, leverages the gimbal five-axis stabilization which not only helps keep your snaps blur-free but will also aid in low light scenarios.
The X70 Pro is also touted to use the largest gimbal sensor to date on its main camera. We’ll surely hear more about the international debut of vivo’s X70 series soon so stay tuned for more info.