Vivo iQOO 12 series Camera News
The most recent news about Vivo's iQOO 12 phone has revealed some exciting information about how its cameras will be set up. Leaks from a trusted source say that the iQOO 12's camera will be much better than its predecessor's.
One of the most important changes is the addition of a 64 MP zoom camera with an OmniVision 64B sensor, a 3x telephoto lens, and optical image stabilization (OIS). This improvement means that Vivo is working on making zooming and low-light performance better for photographers.
When it comes to the iQOO 12, the main camera is likely to have an OmniVision OV50H sensor with a 50 MP image and OIS. This shows that you are committed to taking stable, high-quality pictures with the main camera.
The ultrawide-angle camera is also expected to have a 50 MP Samsung ISOCELL JN1 sensor, which should make it possible to take great wide-angle photos that capture scenes with more detail.
These camera improvements are especially important for the iQOO line, which was first made for gamers but has since grown to serve power users who want the best camera experience. The previous model, the iQOO 11 Pro, didn't have OIS, which was a big problem. Adding OIS to the 64 MP zoom camera in the iQOO 12 was a big improvement.
Some people may have hoped for a periscope lens with a wider optical zoom, but it looks like Vivo has decided to focus on improving the camera, maybe with better software upgrades, in this version. The last iQOO phone with a spy lens was the iQOO 5 Pro 5G, which was six generations ago.
The 64 MP telephoto camera with OIS, the 50 MP main camera with OIS, and the 50 MP ultrawide-angle camera in the iQOO 12 all demonstrate a significant improvement in the iQOO series' camera capabilities. These changes, along with the new Vivo V3 ISP (Image Signal Processor), should make the camera experience flagship-level for both power users and shooting fans.