vivo is preparing to launch the latest versions of its mid-range front runners – the vivo V27 series. These devices have been given the moniker #TheAuraPortraitMaster and are set to feature a unique camera function that will allow users to have a portable studio at their fingertips.
Having already achieved great success with previous launches, it is expected that the new iterations of the V-series will continue to be both stylish and functional, if not more so. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the vivo V27 series is anticipated to combine powerful and versatile camera features within a lightweight design that is sure to appeal to many users.
What we know so far
With a focus on the needs of young consumers, vivo has included a built-in ring light called the aura light in these new devices. This replaces the traditional camera flash, resulting in clearer and more natural-looking portrait shots. It also adds a soft light effect that is typically only found in professional studio setups, giving images a more polished and refined look. Aura light portrait provides photos and videos with studio-standard lighting, enhancing facial features while making the subject’s skin appear luminous.
It has been reported that vivo has worked with Sony to develop customized ultra-sensing sensors for the new devices. These sensors ensure that high-quality images are captured, even in low-light or dark settings. These also incorporate Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) capabilities, allowing for more stable photos and better action shots.
Rumors suggest that the vivo V27 series will feature EIS+OIS Hybrid Imaging Stabilization to reduce shaky videos and out-of-angle shots. Additionally, it is expected that the new devices will be fitted with a 50MP front camera with upgraded auto-focus, which will enable faster and more accurate capture of subjects’ faces.
Signature vivo features to expect
Photochromic 2.0 technology remains a staple and is predicted to be paired with a slim and flat frame design. The vivo V27 series will be lightweight and easy to handle, with an ergonomic grip that makes it ideal for users who enjoy capturing spontaneous moments.
The design philosophy of the V series is likely to be reflected in the new devices, with a simple and elegant casing and a minimalist rear camera layout that adheres to the “less is more” philosophy.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.