Vivo continues never-ending innovation

By Mhownai - August 25, 2018

Global smartphone brand Vivo has been on the top of creating top cutting-edge technology. With all the brands who try to compete with each other showing their 'best' capabilities. Vivo remains to walk the talk and made its mark in the cut-throat industry with its world's first developments.

Hi-Fi Music

One of the first changes Vivo applied in their technology is installing a dedicated Hi-Fi quality audio chip in its smartphone, thus making it the first brand that gave proper attention to its handsets' sound quality.

Vivo introduced its Hi-Fi Quality Audio Chip in X1 in 2012.

Continuing their success in their flagship models. The Vivo X21 is now equipped with the AK4376A Hi-Fi audio chipset enhanced with Deep Field technology. This was developed by Vivo to provide a panoramic sound with mega bass, clear voice effects, and various environmental audio effects to allow users to elevate their audio experience.

The Hi-Fi audio quality of Vivo X21 provides a close-to-reality that can instantly upgrade the two-channel music to 360-degree full surround or continuously push the natural bass into the ears to bring the clearest and brightest vocals.

Over 20-MP front cameras

As more people are more particular with their selfies, Vivo made sure that their models will have the most high-quality photo with their 20-megapixel dual front camera in V5 Plus. Thus, making the first ever smartphone brand to do so.

Then, followed up by the 24-MP front camera in V7 and V7+. Did you know that Vivo V7+ was hailed as the best selfie phone in 2017 by many tech blogs and sites?

V9 followed the innovative way of taking selfies with their 24-MP AI-powered selfie camera proving that Vivo never stops to push their limits in perfecting the features that matter most to its patrons.

Bezel-less screens

Aside from its selfie-centric developments, Vivo is also the first among all brands who enhanced their screen display.

Last February, at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona, Spain, Vivo revealed a wonderful concept to the phone called the APEX™ FullView™ that features a typical 5.99-inch screen, but its screen-to-body ratio nearly reaches 100%. This only proved that Vivo was really committed to producing a genuine bezel-less smartphone in the market.

Meanwhile, the V9 boasts a 90% screen-to-body ratio with its 6.3-inch FullView™ Display.

Vivo X21 has a 6.28-inch 19:9 FHD+ FullView™ Displays. It has a super slim notch and a 1.66mm side bezels to achieve a 90.3% screen-to-body ratio to provide a wider viewing experience compared to other similar-sized phones.

Despite all their impressive development, Vivo still continues to create more. In fact, Vivo NE has an Ultra FullView™ Display with a 91.24% screen-to-body ration, achieved by introducing industry-first features like the Elevating Front Camera and Screen SoundCasting Technology.

In-display fingerprint scanner

Vivo is also a pioneer in developing ultramodern yet convenient unlocking methods in smartphones and recently revealed that it has advanced the fingerprint scanning method by making the technology available on the screen.

In fact, it debuted the first, ready-to-produce in-display fingerprint scanning solution at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 in Las Vegas last January.

In June 2018, Vivo introduced the Vivo X21 in the Philippines with its amazing In-Display Fingerprint Scanning Technology that replaces a rear fingerprint sensor with the latest under-display scanner.

Pop-out camera

Vivo surprised the world early 2018 with the release of its concept smartphone APEX that achieves a nearly 98% screen-to-body ratio. APEX features an 8-MP Elevating Front Camera that seamlessly rises in 0.8 seconds when it is required and retracts after use.

This technology was made commercially available when NEX was released in June 2018. It has an 8MP Elevating Front Camera that is inside the smartphone’s body when not in use.

Screen SoundCasting

As APEX drastically changed the game in smartphones, it also has a different approach in the audio called Screen SoundCasting Technology which was launched for commercial release in the Vivo NEX. It replaced the traditional earpiece speaker by turning a screen into a speaker. It achieves this by sending vibrations through the screen with the exciter unit.

This allows Vivo to reduce the top bezel and to enhances sound quality with more powerful bass, and softer, smoother treble.

TOF 3D Sensing Technology

Vivo revealed its Time of Flight (TOF) 3D Sensing Technology at MWC Shanghai 2018. It promises a paradigm shift in imaging, AR, and human-machine interaction to elevate consumer lifestyles with new levels of immersion and smart capability. This pioneering TOF 3D Sensing Technology detects the time it takes emitted pulse light to return to the sensor to accurately map objects at up to three meters in front of it.

With these developments under its belt, Vivo has proven itself to be a force to reckon with. And as it continues to grow, tech enthusiasts can only expect nothing game-changing innovations from Vivo. But really, what more can we ask from a brand that has been leading the way to the future of the smartphone industry?

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