Vivo X80 Pro
The Vivo X80 Pro is a Flagship mobile released in April 2022. The current price in KSA Starts at 3,999.00 SAR .
|CPU||Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1|
|Storage||256 to 512 GB|
|RAM||8 to 12 GB|
Vivo X80 Pro Benchmarks
|Geekbench Single Core||1206|
|3D Mark Wildlife|
|PC Mark 3.0|
|Battery Life (Web)||10:35 hr|
|Overall Camera Score|
As measured by the Geekbench Benchmark, the Vivo X80 Pro has a Single Core performance of 1206, and a Multi Core speed of 3332.
For comparison, the fastest Android phones in 2022 have around 1,300 Single Cores and 3,800 Multi Cores, with the iPhone 13 Pro Max topping the rankings with 1,729 and 4,684 respectively.
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|Resolution||1440 x 3200 pixels|
|Refresh Rate (Hz)||120 Hz|
|Screen Size (in)||6.78|
|Screen To Body Ratio||89.90%|
|Screen Protection||Tempered glass|
The Vivo X80 Pro has an beautiful and high quality 6.78" AMOLED screen, with an impressive 1440 x 3200 pixels resolution capable of a 120 Hz refresh rate. We rate the mobiles 98 out of 100, giving it one of the best screens in 2022.
|CPU||Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1|
|Core Count||8 (1 + 3 + 4)|
|CPU Clock Speed||3000 MHz|
|GPU Clock Speed||818 MHz|
|Memory||8 - 12 GB|
|Storage Type||UFS 3.1|
|Storage Size||256 - 512 GB|
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with a max clock speed of 3000 MHz powers the phone, while a Adreno 730 running at 818 MHz provides for the graphical performance. Additionally it has 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM on the base model and 256 GB of UFS 3.1 ROM.
We rate the performance of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 powered Vivo X80 Pro 90 out of 100. Making it one of the Best Performing Mobiles in 2022 based on our analysis.
Connectivity via 5G allows the Vivo X80 Pro to deliver next-generation super-fast speeds. When using the included bluetooth version 5.2, you can quickly and easily connect to a wide range of Bluetooth devices.
|Camera Matrix||50 megapixels|
|Camera Resolution||8700 x 5800|
|4k Video||Up to 60FPS|
|8k Video||Up to 30FPS|
Using this phone's 50 megapixels main camera, you can take high-resolution photos up to 8700 x 5800. The camera has the following features: - Bokeh mode - Pro mode - RAW support.
The Vivo X80 Pro is capable of ultra high resolution 8K video recording Up to 30FPS and 4K Up to 60FPS , allowing you to record incredibly detailed videos! The included 5x optical zoom will enable you to get those close up shots without losing any of the quality.
The camera on this phone is excellent, we were impressed by the image quality in both light and low-light environments for both photos and videos. We've rated the overall camera capabilities at 86 out of 100, and believe the Vivo X80 Pro is among the best camera phones available in Saudi Arabia.
|Charge Power (w)||80|
|Fast Charging Time||88% in 30min|
|Full Charging Time||0:39 hr|
Vivo X80 Pro’s cameras are once again impressive. But I wonder if Vivo is putting out phones too quickly because the performance of the Vivo X80 Pro isn’t much better than that of the Vivo X70 Pro Plus.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip in the X80 Pro is better than the Snapdragon 888, and I think the X80 Pro’s battery lasts longer. But the camera, the screen, and the way the camera works are all the same.
I like the X80 Pro’s system better than the X70 Pro Plus because it has a new portrait video mode and filter. The two-camera systems from different generations are almost the same when taking pictures and videos with the primary camera, the ultra-wide camera, or even just taking selfies.
Even though the Vivo X80 Pro software is still in its early stages, Vivo’s V1 Plus chip may help the software get better as it grows. Again, I’m sorry if this sounds harsh, but keep in mind that I already had pretty high hopes for the X70 Pro Plus.
This year’s Pro is compared to last year’s Pro Plus, but there’s no sign that Vivo will also make a Pro Plus, which would change the comparison in a big way.
For Vivo’s X series, which comes out twice a year, each new model is not made for people who already own the previous model. The X80 Pro is best for people new to Vivo phones or who already have one from the X50/X60 series. If Vivo keeps going at its current rate, the X90 series will come out in September or October, but it won’t be for people who bought the X80 Pro. Instead, it will be for people who already have an X70 or an older phone. I’m not sure what to make of Vivo’s plan to improve every six months since flagship Android brands are making less progress every year.
I don’t think any other phone will be able to beat the main and ultra-wide cameras on the Vivo X80 Pro until the Google Pixel, iPhone 7, and Apple iPhone 14 Pro series come out in the second half of 2022. A great phone is the X80 Pro.
Vivo X80 Pro Review