[Bestbuy618 Mobile Channel] Unlike in Europe and the United States, domestic cell phones have taken a very different approach to selfie posting and beauty. Hardware, on the other hand, has been significantly upgraded in comparison to devices from two years ago. In this regard, the representative vivo recently launched two models, the X27 and X27 Pro, which primarily focus on photo functions. Another new vivo model, the S1 Pro, quietly appeared on the website last week.
Paying attention to its configuration, it turns out that this is a mid-range model based on the vivo X27 Pro, with the highlight being a 32 million front selfie camera lens, the same elevated camera module, and that unobstructed full screen. The selfie is without a doubt the highlight of this phone, but before that, let’s take a look at its design. Styling trade-offs on the vivo X27 Very familiar styling, the Vivo S1 Pro retains many of the elements from the Vivo X27, such as the peacock feather texture, the rounded back to the bezel excesses can be seen at a glance, and the Vivo S1 Pro comes in two colorways, “Beloved It supports DCI-P3 wide color gamut and has a screen-to-body ratio of 91.6 percent, resulting in a wider field of view performance when watching videos or playing games.
The fifth generation of screen fingerprint technology is also integrated into the screen, making unlocking smoother and faster.
The difference on the back is that the vivo S1 Pro’s cloud multi-focus camera module is raised rather than flat like the vivo X27, most likely due to the 32-megapixel elevated front camera, which accounts for the majority of the module’s thickness. The thickness will definitely not feel good if you force it to be flat. vivo instead chose to try to thin the thickness of the body except for the lens module, making the vivo S1 Pro part thinner than the vivo X27. The body is 157.25*74.71*8.21mm and the overall weight is 185g, so it doesn’t look cumbersome.
However, keep in mind that this generation of the vivo S1 Pro still uses the Micro USB interface, which is also thought to care for older users and save money. By the way, the RGB light band of the vivo S1 Pro’s selfie module has been removed, as has the selfie module’s built-in photo album APP.
First, let’s look at the selfie, Vivo S1 Pro equipped with the current industry flagship 32 megapixel front camera, f/2.0 large aperture, 1/2.8-inch light sensor. The quality of this lens is comparable to that of the vivo X27 Pro; the image is clearer, the colors are more realistic, and the texture is more advanced.
The built-in AI beauty algorithm optimizes portraits to an excellent level by combining facial aesthetic trends in the art field of three courts and five eyes to capture the details of the subject’s five senses.
The Vivo S1 Pro’s super high resolution of 32 megapixels allows the original photos to retain a clearer look, which is more conducive to post-optimization adjustments. In this regard, the Vivo S1 Pro has launched an upgraded version of the “Photo Album” function with the hardware. Selfie imaging The original features, such as natural light, studio light, stereoscopic light, and blinds, have also been retained.
AI Keying / ins Filter AI Keying Background AI Keying Background AI Keying Background
Editing: trim and rotate, filter, light effect, graffiti, mosaic, text, sticker, border, environment enhancement, adjustment, vignetting, advanced retouching (need to download vivo photography) Interesting beauty: original filters (adjustable filters, makeup beautification percentage), beauty (facial adjustment, peel), make-up (lipstick, blush…) Body (thin legs and wavy hair…)
Background Bokeh Japanese Filter Background dynamic bokeh film filter The AI keying is also very good compared to similar retouching tools and supports subsequent custom keying for imperfect parts; it would be ideal if it could support the adjustment of regional tones after individual keying.
On the back, the vivo S1 Pro has a 48MP (main camera), 8MP (super wide angle), and 5MP (bokeh depth of field) module, which is roughly the same as the vivo X27. The IMX586 module is very well known and has a 1/2.0 inch sensor, a large f/1.79 aperture, and Quad Bayer color filter array technology, which is certainly not bad in terms of imaging capability. 48 megapixel imaging Super wide-angle framing Excellent photo tuning, satisfactory imaging results The IMX586 takes 12 megapixel photos by default, and the 48 megapixel mode can be activated manually.
When taking night shots, the Vivo S1 Pro can also use professional “Pixel 4 in 1” technology to combine four adjacent pixels into one large 1.6m pixel, greatly improving light sensitivity and image quality, and producing high-quality night photos. In the extreme backlight environment, the Vivo S1 Pro can cover a dynamic range of up to 12.3EV, easily outputting good photos with rich details of light and dark and natural shadow transition. To present a better backlight selfie and backlight portrait effect.
User interface, score, charging, and battery life
The UI continues the newly upgraded Funtouch OS 9.0, which is based on Android 9.0, with a layout that opens up the full screen, unified graphics, rhyming lines, and other diverse visual factors, while providing users with a custom UI that shapes a tensioned OS. Jovi works more effectively as a result of independent smart voice buttons based on user experience enhancements. Running Score vivo S1 Pro is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 675AIE octa-core processor with 6GB 256GB super memory, and the low efficacy and performance experience performance is also relatively outstanding, regardless of the price point vivo models are. The vivo S1 Pro has a 6GB 256GB RAM and a relatively good low efficacy and performance experience.
The Rabbit score is 178,000, the Lu Master score is 215,000, and both the GeekBench and AndroBench score and memory reading speed are as expected.
Charging efficiency is still 9V/2A on the S1 Pro, unlike the X series, and the 3700mAh battery can be fully charged in about 100 minutes. In terms of battery life, the low-power Snapdragon 675 AIE doesn’t put too much strain on standby, and it can last a day under heavy use (16 hours/day). The vivo S1 Pro is more of a photo-specific phone, combining the benefits of both the vivo X27 and X27 Pro, and it’s also priced at a per capita acceptable level, making it more suitable for user groups that frequently use cell phones to take photos.
In essence, depending on how you use it, its photo function also covers the vivo X27 series of users.