Vivo rolled up its sleeves for a talented model with its camera. According to the statement, Vivo X100 will include the LYT800 sensor.
Vivo, the rising name of the smart phone world, meets its users with its middle and upper segment models. The company, which is also followed in our country, introduced the highly equipped X90 series last November. Vivo has rolled up its sleeves for the next player in the series. According to the incoming information, special sensors will be used in the Vivo X100 series.
Vivo X100 will use a special version of the LYT800 sensor
Vivo places emphasis on the camera capabilities of its smartphones. In this context, the company is collaborating with Sony, which specializes in camera lenses. According to Vivo’s statement, the expected Vivo X100 will use a customized version of the LYT800 sensor.
The LYT800 uses Sony’s stacked design that separates the photodiodes and transistors into two layers. In general, these two are located side by side in the sensors. Thus, the 1/1.43” Lytia LYT800 sensor behaves similarly to 1” sensors. The Vivo X100 will have a 53 Megapixel main camera along with the LYT800.
The only move made on the camera side is not limited to this. Vivo has announced an exclusive partnership with Zeiss for the Vico X100 to create the Vario-Apo-Sonner telephoto lens. Thus, the model will include a lens design that will allow focusing at close distances.
On the other hand, previous leaks include some details of the device. Accordingly, the expected Vivo model has an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate on the front panel. The device, which will take the stage with the Dimensity 9300 in China, will be introduced to the global market with a Dimensity 8 series processor. Finally, the model, which will include 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, will have a 5,000mAh battery with 100W charging.