The Vivo X60 Series is set to launch in couple of days. The upcoming smartphone series is set to bring couple of premium features to it’s flagship smartphones. However, we already know much about it’s specifications. The Vivo X60 series will bring the Pixel Shift Technology to it’s cameras. This technology comes from the world of DSLR Cameras.
What is Pixel Shift Technology?
Pixel shift refers to sensor shifting technology which ensures capturing of better color information. This color data is much better when compared with usual way. Vivo uses this system to provide ultimate color reproduction in the photograph. Additionally, the images produced comes with improved image resolution. This information comes from a GSMArena report. According to this report, Vivo X60 series will feature three variants with this technology in their cameras.
Pixel Shift Technology in Vivo X60 Series:
Whenever we talk about Pixel Shift Technology, we talk about DSLR cameras. This technology improves color accuracy in select DSLR cameras. The technology involves shifting of camera sensor. Here, the camera sensor will shift itself at the time of image capturing to capture more light. Therefore, This will result in more accurate colors in photographs. In other mobile cameras, the standard Bayer Pattern arrangement is used in camera sensors. This pattern guesses colors for the mixed pixels.
Beside Pixel Shift Technology in other Pixel Shift-based camera sensors, Vivo system will use eight samples. The system will join these color samples to create a single image with more accurate color data. This should employ sub-pixel rendering, which converts to high resolution output. Also Read: Vivo iQOO Z3 is likely to feature Snapdragon 768G SoC, 8GB RAM, device spotted on Geekbench
Vivo X60 Series with Carl Zeiss Lens:
Keep in mind, Vivo has also partnered with Carl Zeiss for it’s camera system in upcoming smartphones. The X60 series will use Zeiss Optics, thus hinting at an improved camera quality compare to it’s predecessor Vivo X50 Series. Also, Vivo confirms about addition of Gimbal Stabilization System for it’s upcoming X60 Series. According to reports, Vivo X60 Pro Plus is likely to come with Zeiss’ T* Coating.
Alongside Pixel Shift Technology, Vivo could also use Virtual RAM Technology. As per previous leaks, the Vivo X60 Pro will come with Virtual RAM technology. With this Virtual RAM Technology, the smartphone can borrow an extra 3GB RAM from the native storage to boost the performance while multitasking. To recall, The Vivo X60 Series will be official launching in India on March 25th. The X60 Series will offer three variants including Vivo X60, Vivo X60 Pro, Vivo X60 Pro Plus.