Selfie 32 megapixel with the front camera of the new X5 Pro

Is announced the arrival of a new model of smartphone X5 Pro of Vivo that can take 32 megapixels with its front end. But there will probably be a trick.

 In a market where the main smartphone cameras stop at 13, 16 or up to 20 megapixels, Vivo intends to announce a device with a secondary camera, the front, and 32 megapixels. The Chinese have announced the news through a teaser in which we read of a hypothetical front module can take Selfie 32 million pixels. But maybe with a little trick.

 Ideal if you want to control every single hair or hair on your face, but also to emphasize those little imperfections that sensors less defined help you hide with particular effectiveness. However, it is unlikely that Vivo has managed to integrate a 32 megapixel sensor on the front end, with the best hypothesis that at the moment seems to be that of an interpolation software image.

Selfie 32 megapixel with the front camera of the new X5 Pro

 In this way Vivo X5 Pro, this is the name of the next smartphone of the Chinese, will deliver a 32 MP image using the output of a sensor to be more common 8 or 13MP. It is a technology that already other Chinese in the past have exploited profitably on their devices: Oppo Find 7, for example, uses a Sony IMX214 sensor 13 megapixels but manages to pull off images from 50 million pixels performing repeatedly shooting and combining the results obtained.

 Vivo X5 Pro could be interesting from a technical: will have a huge display of 6 “and 2.5D curved glass, while the body is metal, probably aluminum. The smartphone will incorporate an internal processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 64-bit with 3GB of RAM, and the whole thing will be powered by a generous battery 3.500mAh. His debut is expected for the first days of May, maybe 6 or 7 days of the next month, but you still doubt his arrival in Western markets.

Selfie 32 megapixel with the front camera of the new X5 Pro updated: April 28, 2015 author: Bob Gray

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