vivo Partners with Sony’s Lytia Division for Next-Generation Camera Phones
Customized LYT800 Sensor
vivo has announced a partnership with Sony’s Lytia division to develop a customized version of the LYT800 sensor for its upcoming vivo X100 series of camera phones. The LYT800 sensor incorporates Sony’s stacked design, which separates the photodiodes and transistors into two layers. This innovative design allows for improved low-light performance similar to 1″ sensors, despite its 1/1.43″ size. The LYT800 sensor will boast an impressive 53MP resolution.
Vario-Apo-Sonner Telephoto Lens by Zeiss
To enhance the photography capabilities of the X100 series, vivo has partnered with Zeiss to develop the Vario-Apo-Sonner telephoto lens. This lens will feature a floating lens design, enabling it to focus at closer distances and capture stunning details.
Advanced Post-Processing with V3 ISP
vivo has also unveiled its latest V3 ISP, a 6nm chip with advanced post-processing capabilities. This chip not only offers efficient performance but also supports features like portrait mode videos at up to 4K. The V3 ISP is expected to enhance the overall photography experience on the X100 series.
Leaked Specs of the vivo X100
While camera details were not included in the recent leak, specifications for the international variant of the vivo X100 have surfaced. The phone is said to be powered by one of the Dimensity 8-series chips and is expected to come with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It will feature a high-refresh-rate 120Hz AMOLED display and a large 5,000mAh battery with 100W fast charging support.
Source (in Chinese) | Via