Vivo X80 — My Experience

I have been using the Vivo X80 smartphone for quite some time now. The smartphone has been powered by a strong Dimensity 9000 processor, and this reason has popularised this smartphone. Everyone is talking about the performance of the smartphone, so here I am stating my experience with the Vivo X80.

Design — The Vivo X80 is planned with perfection and includes every one of the components you would anticipate from a leading cell phone. It has a big screen with bent edges on either side that makes certain to get anyone’s consideration. I have witnessed such premium designs in many flagship devices of the past. The casing of the X80 is put together with metal which gives it a top-notch look and feels. I really love the design and the in-hand feel.

Display — The Vivo X80 highlights a 6.78-inch AMOLED show with a full-HD+ screen. It has a 120Hz refresh rate and a 240Hz touch examining rate. The showcase involves Schott’s Xensation Up glass for scratch assurance and houses an in-screen finger impression scanner. I had a great time using the smartphone for multimedia purposes.

Execution — The Vivo X80 is the first cell phone in quite a while to highlight the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC. This 4nm SoC has an octa-center plan with a solitary ARM Cortex-X2 center timed at 3.2GHz, three Cortex-A710 execution centers timed at 2.85GHz, and four Cortex-A510 productivity centers timed at 1.8GHz. The X80 additionally includes Vivo’s V1+ imaging chip. Vivo says it has added an enormous liquid cooling chamber to assist with holding temperatures under wraps. Both the variations permit you to utilize around 4GB of stockpiling as virtual RAM. I loved the performance of the smartphone by all means.

Battery — The Vivo X80 houses a 4,500mAh battery and has support for 80W quick charging. Vivo additionally packages the charger in the crate. The X80 has support for Bluetooth 5.3, Wi-Fi 6, nine 5G groups, double 4G VoLTE, and NFC. It has support for six satellite route frameworks, including NavIC. The Vivo X80 has an IP53 rating for residue and water obstruction, yet it doesn’t uphold remote charging. The battery strength could have been more, but the efficiency is nice.

We will talk about the camera section is some other blog, as I do not want to make this one overly lengthy. The smartphone has impressed me by all means, and I think Rs 55,000 is worth it for this device.



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Shaurya Sharma

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