The global rollout of the vivo X80 and vivo X80 Pro has commenced in India, a month after their debut in China. They have a lower storage capacity and RAM than their Chinese counterparts, but they don’t have the vegan leather and ceramic back options.
In terms of specifications, both phones have 6.78-inch AMOLED displays, a 50MP main camera, and 80W charging. Funtouch OS 12 is the operating system, rather than OriginOS, but it runs on Android 12.
An upgraded 120Hz LTPO2 AMOLED display and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset are included in the X80 Pro. This camera’s backside houses the Samsung 50MP 1/1.3″ GNV sensor, which is joined by an ultrawide lens with 48MP resolution from Sony, a 2x zoom portrait lens from Sony and an 8MP periscope with a 5x optical zoom from Samsung.
This lens coating is included in every camera. V1+ ISP chips are included in the X80 Pro and the X80, both of which promise better low-light shooting. The battery has a capacity of 4,700 mAh and can be charged at up to 80W via USB-C or 50W wirelessly.
An FHD+ Samsung E5 AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate powers the Vivo X80. All three lenses on the back of the camera have Zeiss T* lens coatings: the 50MP primary camera, a 12MP portrait lens with a 2x zoom, and an ultrawide 12MP Sony IMX 663 lens. The V1+ ISP chip is also available for the X80. The battery capacity has been reduced to 4,500 mAh, although cable charging at 80W is still possible.
There is only one colour option for the vivo X80 Pro, Cosmic Black, and a 12/256GB trim that starts at INR 79,999. Booking begins today, with open sales beginning May 25. The X80 Pro can be pre-ordered in Malaysia for MYR 4,999.
This model is available in Cosmic Black or Urban Blue. Both the 8/128GB and the 12/256GB models will cost INR 54,999 at retail. Pakistanis can also pre-order the smartphone for a price of PKR 159,999.
Both the APAC, Middle East, Latin America, and Europe regions have been confirmed as markets for the vivo X80 series.