The revealer @Digital Chat Station said that the 50-megapixel main camera of the iQOO 10 series will use Vivo’s self-developed image chip V1. When asked by users why V1+ is not used, the blogger said that there is little difference between V1 and V1+.
The V1 chip is Vivo’s first self-developed professional imaging chip, and it was first released in the Vivo X70 series. As Vivo’s first self-developed chip, after 24 months of research and development, it can expand the ISP computing power and release the ISP load of the main chip.
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Reflected in the usage scenarios, the V1 chip can greatly improve the nighttime shooting experience, such as realizing real-time preview of night scenes into a film, and completing operations such as noise reduction and frame insertion in 1080P 60-frame night scene videos.
Today, the V-series chip has been updated to V1+, which is installed in Vivo’s latest flagship series, the X80 series. According to the blogger’s previous revelations, the iQOO 10 standard version in the iQOO 10 series will use a 50-megapixel 1/1.5-inch outsole camera.
Moreover, the iQOO 10 standard version will also use a 6.78-inch FHD resolution that supports a 120Hz high brush OLED screen that supports DC dimming. In addition, the performance of the iQOO 10 Standard Edition also uses Qualcomm’s recently released Snapdragon 8+ processor and is equipped with 12GB of memory.