Cell phones with 50 MP cameras are increasingly common in the market, both in intermediate and advanced devices. However, Vivo Mobile Communications Co. will be able to implement a sensor of the type in the front camera of the X80 Lite, a device that had likely details revealed.
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Such high resolution components in the front camera are hardly a complete novelty. The Motorola Edge 30 Pro, for example, was presented in March this year with a 60 MP sensor, a feature that was repeated in the Edge 30 Ultra.
This front camera is also expected to support autofocus, something that is rare on cell phones. However, the specifications are not yet official, and need confirmation.
The Vivo X80 Lite camera set should still have a 64 MP main camera in the rear section. It will be aligned with an 8 MP sensor for the ultrawide, and another 2 MP next to the macro lens.
Vivo X80 Lite should have premium intermediate configuration
In addition, the device can still bring a MediaTek Dimensity 900 processor as the main performance component. Its configurations should reach up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage, expandable via a micro SD card.
In addition, rumors point out that the device’s screen will be 6.44 inches, with AMOLED technology. The panel can still bring a Full HD+ resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels, as well as support for refresh rates up to 90 Hz and HDR10+.
Its construction must house a 4,500 mAh battery, compatible with fast recharges of up to 44 W through the USB-C port. Wireless connectivity options will include Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi, and the operating system will be Android 12 with FunTouchOS 12 interface.
An official release date for the Vivo X80 Lite has yet to be announced, and its official price is also not known. However, it is estimated that it comes for less than 450 euros (about R$ 2,331 in direct conversion) in Europe.