The Vivo S15 series focuses on upgrades other than selfies

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The Vivo S series product line, which has always been based on selfies and thinness, has come to the latest S15 generation, and the upgrade direction has undergone obvious changes. The S15 and S15 Pro that debuted tonight did not inherit the S12 series released five months ago, but returned to the iconic design language of the previous generation of Vivo with “cloud steps” as the core. However, the combination of the standard flat and Pro curved screens of the S12 generation has been continued. The middle frame of the S15 has been flattened, and the central opening at the top of the front panel is no wonder that there were people who saw the suspected promotional pictures before. Say “Vivo has achieved the ideal front of the iPhone”.

Vivo S15

Vivo S15

Not only the S15, but the S15 Pro also chose the same hole-opening scheme, which means that the current generation of the S series cannot easily put down the dual camera on the “forehead” of the mobile phone like the bangs period. So on the two new phones, we can only find a 32MP selfie camera. The module of the Pro model supports autofocus. It is a pity that the micro-slit soft light cannot be retained. In addition, S15 and S15 Pro both use AG glass back cover, the weight is about 197g and 188g respectively, and the thickness is as thin as 7.99mm and 8.55mm, which is an increase compared to the previous generation.

Vivo S15 Pro

Vivo S15 Pro

Fortunately, almost all other parts of the new phone have been improved in all directions. The S15 and S15 Pro are equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 and MediaTek Dimensity 8100 processors, respectively, and provide VC vaporizing plates and graphite heat sinks. The Pro models also have independent display chip blessings. The former uses a 6.62-inch Samsung E4 AMOLED, while the latter is equipped with a 6.56-inch E5 panel with FHD+ and 120Hz resolution and refresh rate. Both devices have 4,500mAh batteries, each supporting 66W and 80W wired fast charging. They all have built-in dual speakers and NFC, and the Pro model also has an X-axis linear motor.

Vivo S15 Pro

Vivo S15 Pro

The S15’s rear triple camera consists of a 64MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2MP macro camera, of which the wide-angle main camera has its own optical anti-shake. The S15 Pro is replaced with a 50MP main camera (Sony IMX766V photoreceptor), 12MP ultra-wide-angle and 2MP black and white cameras, with a 2.5cm macro mode at the ultra-wide-angle end, and the main camera can combine optical shock resistance and electronic shock resistance to achieve the so-called “” Hummingbird Super Shock Resistant” to achieve better and stable handheld and moving shooting effects. It is worth mentioning that the new phone has also added functions such as movie night scene flares, comic filters, and motion panning, and the playability has improved.

Vivo TWS Air

Vivo TWS Air

The Vivo S15 will be available in three configurations: 8+128, 8+256, and 12+256. The starting prices are RMB 2,699, 2,999 and 3,299 respectively. The Pro model is available in 8+256 or 12+256, and the asking price is RMB 3,399 and RMB 3,699 respectively. At the same time as the release of the new mobile phone, Vivo also brought a new true wireless earphone TWS Air. It chooses the same semi-in-ear design as the previous TWS Neo, with a weight of 3.5g on one side, the headphone body has IP54 dustproof and waterproof function, and the outside also supports touch. The device has a built-in 14.2mm dynamic unit, and supports dual-microphone call noise reduction. The battery life of the TWS Air body is 4.8 hours, and the combined battery life of the storage box is 25 hours. Put the earphones in the case for 10 minutes and you’ll get the power you need for 1.5 hours of listening. In addition, this product also supports Bluetooth 5.2, with a minimum game delay of 117ms. Its starting price is 169 RMB, and like the S15 series, it will be pre-sold in mainland China from now on.

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