On December 16, Vivo released their newest smartphones — the vivo X30 series, with 5G technology and powerful cameras.
As 5G has become a must-have for flagship smartphones, the series is equipped with the Exynos 980 chipset, which is co-developed by vivo and Samsung. It supports SA and NSA networks, while the highest download speed reaches up to 2.55 Gbps. When connected with both 4G and 5G, the phones can download content at of 3.55 Gbps.
To match up with the 5G feature, the X30 series adopts new cooling techniques, a 4350mAh battery and 33W vivo FlashCharge.
As for the cameras, the X30 Pro has a quad camera setup with a 64MP main camera, a 32MP profile camera, a 8MP wide-angle camera and a 13MP periscope camera. Up front, the phones sport a 32MP camera with f/2.45 aperture resting in a hole punch near the top right corner of its screen.
The phones come in three colors variants: pale blue and purple, green and silver, as well as orange and pink.
The 8GB+128GB X30 Pro 5G version sells at 3,998 yuan ($571) and the 8GB+128GB X30 Pro is 3,298 yuan ($471).