Vivo X80 Pro Update: Here is a different Android phone
The Vivo X80 Pro smartphone features excellent camera setup, a sharp display and excellent battery life. The only niggle: there is too much bloatware
Over the past few years, the Vivo-based X series has made a name for itself with the best-in-class camera performance, to the point where last year’s X70 Pro + was widely regarded among high-end camera phones. The X80 Pro starts where its spiritual predecessor left off, packing in everything you would expect from a modern flagship, though it has a few tweaks to the company’s proprietary gimbal patent system and significant price clash (₹ 79,999). directly next to the Samsung and Apple competition.
Pulling the X80 Pro into a well-accessible box cordless headphones, a quick charger and a case are somewhat rare in this price range the phone equates to what you expect from a high-end Android device. You get the design of a large sandwich, this metal glass with a large 6.78-inch display that bends slightly at the sides and lends a 9.1mm-thick / 219g device an elegant, though slippery, felt by hand.
It turns, and a raised glass window that holds the camera modules dominates the rear panel although strange design decisions, which see three of the four lenses contained within a circle and a fourth, periscope-style image lowered in a strange place below, may be polarizing to some.
Look beyond this and there is little error in the balance and completion of the phone. There is a Schott Xensation Up display protection and an IP68 dust / water rating for additional peace of mind. Don’t just ask for peppier colors — Vivo introduced exclusively Cosmic Black variants in India.