Vivo X70 is equipped with a camera with an aperture f / 1.15 and five-axis image stabilization. A Twitter from China shared some details about the upcoming Vivo X70, including the camera and display. At the moment, there is no official information on the Vivo X70 series, but a report in early June indicated that it could be launched in September in cooperation with the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Vivo regards camera technology as the focus of its flagship X series products, and the Vivo X60 series is no exception. Vivo X60 Pro and Vivo X60 Pro + are equipped with a built-in gimbal stabilization function for the main rear camera, allowing you to record very stable videos even when on the move. The original Vivo X60 has optical image stabilization, but no gimbal stabilization, but this time around, the original Vivo X70 seems to get some major camera improvements.
According to the informant Digital Chat Station (translation), Vivo X70 will have five-axis image stabilization and aperture f / 1.15.
The Vivo X60 Pro is in the middle of the X60 series and has the largest aperture in the series at f / 1.48 (the larger the aperture, the greater the amount of light that can enter the lens).
Now, the Vanilla Vivo X70 is said to be equipped with a larger f / 1.15 aperture, which means it will let in more light, thus capturing more detail and providing better night shots.