Create new memories and capture extraordinary moments with the Next Imagery Master that is the vivo X70 that incorporates the trusted expertise of Zeiss optic technology with the latest in mobile technology.
This long-term strategic partnership started with the X60 series and revolutionized the way we share our world view through images taken with the vivo x ZEISS co-engineered imaging system. The X60 series contributed to vivo’s vigorous growth in the second quarter of 2021, making it one of the top smartphone brands in the Philippines with a market share of 18.2% according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.
The vivo X70 builds on this powerful collaboration to present upgraded mobile performance and Zeiss camera capabilities to level up how we capture our extraordinary moments in the most challenging photography situations.
With its unique Zeiss Optics-Zeiss T* Coating, the vivo X70 captures ever-vivid portraits of your favorite subjects with features such as the classic Zeiss styles in Portrait Mode: Biotar, Distagon, Planar, and Sonnar. It also comes with a Gimbal 3.0 sensor that utilizes Zeiss optics to offer breakthrough innovations in mobile imaging technology. You can gain mastery of mobile night photography with features such as Zeiss Superb Night Camera and AI Algorithm that allows users to preview and manually adjust the exposure intensity to the desired brightness of the photo.
Experience the Next Imagery Master and own Xceptional living with the vivo X70, which lands in stores soon. For more information and new product updates visit www.vivoglobal.ph, and vivo’s official Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages.
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