Vivo held its first tech day in New Delhi this week, where it showcased some of its achievements in 5G, design and hardware. The Chinese smartphone maker outlined its contribution to 5G standards in 3GPP and showcased technologies that help improve battery life and bring 5G multi-SIM to smartphones. It also showcased the V1+ chip it developed to improve nighttime photos and videos, a color-changing back panel, its partnership with Zeiss Optics, and more. Vivo has also showcased 5G cloud gaming in partnership with Reliance Jio.
5G technology, dose mode for better battery life, multiple SIM cards
Vivo held its first tech day in New Delhi this week, where it showcased some of its achievements in 5G, design and hardware. The company outlined its contributions to 5G standards in 3GPP, and showed off technologies that help improve battery life and bring 5G multi-SIM to smartphones. Vivo also showcased improvements to nighttime photos and videos, their partnership with Zeiss Optics, as well as V1+ which enhances color accuracy for the screen. And for the first time ever, Vivo showcased cloud gaming utilizing Reliance Jio’s network.
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JioGames Now cloud gaming demo by Vivo
During its 5G presentation, Vivo said it has about 4,000 patents and has helped developed 8,000 3GPP 5G standards. All of the 5G smartphones produced by Vivo are also NSA compliant, and it’s considering coming up with some of its own solutions to improve the energy efficiency of these devices. He also showed how he used 3D PCBA stacking and vapor cooling techniques to help keep his phone slim while managing heat.
V1 + chip, Zeiss Partnership
Then, Vivo showed us the self-developed V1 + chip to improve night photography and portrait photography. The Vivo X80 series was used to show us its Ultra Night Video Mode, Super Cool Gimbal, and Horizon Level Stabilization, which keeps the horizon level even when you rotate your phone.
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Zeiss T coating* on Vivo X80 series
The company has also deepened its partnership with Zeiss Corporation formed in 2020. Vivo uses Zeiss T* anti-reflective coating on its advanced camera lenses to reduce reflections, eliminate glare, and deliver clearer images. The coating improves the transmission of visible light and enhances colors as well. The partnership also gave Vivo access to exclusive Zeiss portrait features, such as the Biotar Bokeh mode that enables a DSLR-like bokeh effect.
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New color changing rear glass design developed by Vivo
Recently, Vivo revealed the V23 series with a color changing back panel. At Vivo Tech Day, he showcased technology that uses photosynthetic materials that can change color when exposed to ultraviolet light or sunlight. It also showcased some of the new dual rear panel designs that have yet to be released.
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