Today, the Vivo X30 series has officially gone on sale. The full series is equipped with Exynos 980 chip, supporting SA and NSA dual-mode networks. Also, these handsets run on Funtouch OS 10 system. The lower version is priced at 3298 yuan.
In terms of configuration, the entire Vivo X30 series is equipped with the Exynos 980 chip jointly developed with Samsung, which supports SA and NSA dual-mode networks. Apart from this, it also comes with a GX generation optical screen fingerprint solution, Vivo ultra-small hole XDR screen, a 64MP main camera + 60x super zoom, a 4350mAh large battery + 33W Vivo FlashCharge fast charge.
The Vivo X30 Pro also uses a 13-megapixel periscope super-telephoto solution, with a large lens of 135mm focal length installed in a small smartphone. This camera supports 60x superzoom.
In terms of the system software, the Vivo X30 series runs on the new Funtouch OS 10 system. The company said that in the newly released Funtouch OS 10, the Vivo process daemon technology was introduced based on the bottom layer of the system. It can continue to clean up exceptions to third-party processes, making the system smoother. In practical applications, the death rate of third-party applications is reduced by 80%.
As for pricing, the Vivo X30 Pro 8GB + 128GB version costs 3998 yuan, and the 8GB + 256GB version is 4298 yuan. Vivo X30 8GB + 128GB version is priced at 3298 yuan, 8GB + 256GB version is 3598 yuan. After the press conference, omnichannel pre-sale was launched.