After teasing the phone’s design recently, vivo shared some more info about the vivo V29 5G, including its cameras that promise to deliver a great mobile photography experience.
Specifically, the new vivo V29 5G comes with a 50MP HD front camera that features a 92-degree wide-angle lens, autofocus, and Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS).
Thanks to this, the phone should be able to capture high-quality selfies and group selfies, all while having minimal distortion. The stabilization feature should also make it a good partner for vlogs as videos will be stable even when moving.
Moving on to the main cameras, the vivo V29 5G has a 50MP OIS Ultra-Sensing Camera with a 1/1.57-inch sensor. Thanks to this, the phone should be able to capture great photos in low light. What’s more, the main shooter has Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) technology that reduces blurriness, meaning you won’t need a tripod or any other stabilization device to help capture night photos.
On top of OIS, the main shooter also has OIS + EIS Hybrid Image Stabilization. This will minimize shaking in videos, meaning it should also be great for low-light videography.
As with the previous V-series devices, the V29 has an Aura Light module. Though the V29’s is much improved as it now has an Aura Light 2.0 with Smart Color Temperature Adjustment feature. With this, the Aura Light module can now change its color temperature so users can adjust the light to their surroundings, all without the need to play around with filters.
Aside from capturing photos of people, the phone also has a dedicated Food Mode which promises to make food photos look even more delectable.
Finally, the vivo V29 will offer Supermoon and Celestial modes, making the phone a promising device for those who like taking nature photos at night.
Meanwhile, here are our initial impressions of the new device: