Camera samples shot from Vivo X90 officially show the capabilities of the new Zeiss camera

Camera samples shot from Vivo X90 officially show the capabilities of the new Zeiss camera

Vivo has verified rumors that the new Zeiss lenses for better camera output would be included in the X90 series. Vivo has released photos of the forthcoming X90 series hardware. In order to improve quality, the X90 series’ primary cameras will use more effective light-sensitive sensors (up to 77%) and support for artificial intelligence (AI).

The Vivo X90 Pro+, the top tier model in the X90 series, is said to sport four high-megapixel cameras. The OEM’s intention to concentrate on the photography capabilities for the X90 can be seen in the release of the camera samples, which came before the actual debut of the Vivo X90 series. Similar action was taken by Vivo when the X80 Pro was introduced. The primary cameras on all X90 models, according to Vivo, are 77% more sensitive to light than the ISOCELL GNV, a proprietary sensor with a 1/1.3-inch optical format and an f/1.57 aperture.

The new sensor on the Vivo X90 is said to be capable of operating at an enormous ISO 102,400. As a result, nighttime landscapes can be captured using a smartphone without a tripod or long exposure. However, as evidenced by the photographs, the high ISO value decreases the dynamic range and increases the noise. Additionally, the photos have an AI technology that can distinguish 103 facial traits and up to 3.5x magnification. Furthermore, the AI computer may change the background and apply clever beauty filters.

The X90 series’ release date has not yet been made public by Vivo. It’s also unknown how many models the X90 lineup will include.