Vivo X90 Pro+ could starve in the kingdom built by Samsung with its Galaxy S22 Ultra, incontrovertibly the Samsung Galaxy S22 ultra is the best handset for unique zoom photography, which is possible with the 10x optical zoom camera. Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra could beat every other device in terms of zoom photography, but this time, it can be annihilated by Vivo.
Samsung currently pre-empts the title of king of zoom photography. Still, it could be taken away from the Korean tech goliath by the Vivo flagship featuring streets ahead 10x telephoto camera. The information comes directly from a well-known tech tipster, Ice Universe (@universeice); he claims that the forthcoming flagship smartphone X90 Pro+ from Vivo is slated to be launched in December 2022.
Astonishingly, the machine will feature a potent 10x telephoto lens that has the potential to extinguish the Galaxy S22 Ultra telephoto camera little by little. The information hasn’t yet been granted a credible tag, but with the tipster’s previous encounters, it can make sure to predict the future occurrence. With Huawei P40 Pro+ out of the way, the Galaxy S21 Ultra and its successor, S22 Ultra, are the only existing smartphone to feature a camera with 10x optical zoom. Huawei P40 Pro+ is only available in Homeland.
If the leak from the tipster appears to be accurate, the Samsung realm of optical zooming would be failed or would be giving away the title of being the king of telephoto sensors to Vivo.
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In the parallel universe, it is said, the Vivo X90 Pro+ might have a rough journey taking down the Samsung flagships. Apart from the powerful 10x telephoto camera, the Vivo flagship will even feature a 1-inch IMX989 sensor for the rear camera. Astonishingly, the handset will feature an upcoming flagship smartphone chipset from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. If all the leaks go on on the ground, the Korean tech giant should look for other options to keep on track.