vivo V2 ISP chip promises better low-light optimisation


Nowadays, many brands have devices focusing on mobile photography. Some smartphones are so good that people prefer them over portable digital cameras. vivo is a big player in this area, and its upcoming vivo X90 series promises a lot with a new V2 ISP chip.

Recently, vivo announced that its next flagship series would feature two core processing chips and a visual imaging tech. Besides the Dimensity 9200 chipset, it would also have a new vivo V2 ISP (Imaging Signal Processor). This ISP will deliver higher ISO levels, less image noise, better zoom capabilities, and more. Overall, vivo fans can expect improved low-light performance.


New ISP offers ISO of up to 102400

Speaking of chips, sources suggest the vivo X90 Pro+ should feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset instead. The top-tier model is also expected to come with a new 1-inch Sony IMX989V sensor (50MP), a 6.78-inch curved Samsung E6 AMOLED display, and faster LPDDR5X RAM. There was even a leaked photo of the device earlier this week, revealing what should be a large telephoto camera as well.

As expected, vivo is giving the Pro+ variant's hardware would be able to make the most out of the new vivo V2 ISP. Of course, how well it performs remains to be seen. Would you buy one if it delivers? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more news about the vivo X90 series.

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