China’s Vivo has a new photography-centered smartphone, with a twist: while the rear camera is quite powerful as well, the front (selfie) camera is where Vivo threw everything and the kitchen sink.
The Vivo V21 — which comes in two flavors, Vivo V21 and Vivo V21 5G — has a 44-megapixel self camera with optical image stabilization, electronic image stabilization, and autofocus, all of which should help produce some pretty awesome selfies. There’s also a “groundbreaking” light sensor helping selfies look better according to Vivo, though the company shared no details about that.
The front camera also supports 4K video recording, and has a feature called the AI Night Portrait, which uses AI to reduce noise in dark environments, which (again) should result in high quality selfies, even at night.
The rest of the specs are pretty sweet as well, though some costs have definitely been cut compared to your typical flagship phone. Vivo V21 5G has a 6.44-inch AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. On the back, there’s a triple, 64/8/2-megapixel camera, with wide, ultrawide, and macro lenses, and a notable omission of a telephoto (zoom) lens. The phone is powered by a MediaTek, octa-core chip, and has 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage memory (and a microSD card slot), as well as a 4,000mAh battery.
Vivo didn’t send me the full specs for the two devices, so I reckon the biggest difference between them is the inclusion of 5G connectivity on the V21 5G model.
Vivo did not say anything about the price or availability of the Vivo V21 5G or the V21 at this point.
ที่มา : Mashable