- The mobile processor is built on a 6nm process.
- It is capable to shoot 4K portrait video.
- The chipset is also offering a brilliant Night photography experience as well.
The popular Chinese smartphone brand Vivo has officially introduced its new imaging chipset called the Vivo V3 during a special event in China dubbed the Vivo Video Festival. The newly announced imaging chipset of Vivo is also having a new Zeiss T* coating technology. So without making any further delay let’s get into the article to check out the full details of the latest Vivo V3.
Everything about Vivo V3
The latest Vivo V3 is the first imaging chipset developed by the company using the advanced 6nm process technology and that makes the processor offer a 30 percent increase in energy efficiency compared to its predecessor. The company made this possible using a newly designed multi-concurrent AI perception-ISP architecture along with the second-generation FIT interconnection system.
Moreover, the newly announced Vivo V3 allows for seamless integration with the SoC of a device and the same significantly reduces image processing time by 20 percent, which is impressive.
Vivo has also confirmed that the latest Vivo V3 processor is capable to support 4K movie portrait video shooting and editing which means you will be getting movie-level bokeh blur, skin quality optimization, and advanced color processing. It will also enable you to perform post-shooting editing, and the capability to adjust blur and focus positions to achieve a cinematic effect in portrait videos.
Vivo has also created the latest Vivo V3 chipset in collaboration with Zeiss, and that brings the new Zeiss T* coating technology which is including Multi-ALD (Atomic Layer Deposition), reduces reflectivity by 50 percent on the main camera of the upcoming X-series flagship model, you will be getting a new “Vario-Apo-Sonnar” standard telephoto lens.
The Chinese smartphone maker is also optimizing algorithms and that will be enhancing portrait and night scene photography. The new imaging chipset is also coming with future imaging technologies including 3D portrait reconstruction and the AIGC future portrait laboratory.
It is believed that the company will be offering the new chipset with the upcoming Vivo X100 Pro and X100 Pro+.
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