Vivo did tease the masses concerning their upcoming smartphone a week ago, and it seems that more details on said device have surfaced. Apparently, China-based Vivo has shared more information concerning the camera via its official Weibo (Weibo happens to be the Twitter equivalent in China) page, touting that the main camera behind the next generation flagship smartphone will boast of a two-tone, dual-LED flash that has been given the nickname “True Tone”.
This particular setup will be the same as the one found in the Apple iPhone 5s, not to mention the recently released HTC One (M8). Just what does a “True Tone” flash offer? For starters, it will merge LED lights in white and yellow so that your captured photos would end up with a better color balance across the board.
There is no official name attached to the successor of the Vivo Xplay 3S, although we do know that it will be the first device of an X-Series range of handsets, sporting extensive multimedia capabilities that are predicted thanks to the highly possible inclusion of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, 3GB RAM, and 32GB of internal memory. How much are you willing to fork out for this next generation flagship device from Vivo when it becomes available?