Today, Vivo officially announced a new 5G phone, the Vivo S7e.

The official poster shows that the Vivo S7e uses a 64-megapixel ultra-clear imaging system. It comes with a 32-megapixel ultra-definition selfie camera. The new phone uses a gradient design.


In fact, the render and configuration of the Vivo S7e have been leaked online before. In the exterior part, the Vivo S7e adopts a water drop screen design on the front and a vertical three-camera solution on the back. The three-camera lens module contains a strip flash in the middle. At the bottom left of the back of the fuselage, there is the Vivo brand logo. The rear camera consists of a 64MP + 8MP + 2MP sensors combination.


This phone comes with an HSV algorithm. H in HSV represents chroma, S represents saturation, and V represents brightness. The principle of this algorithm is to learn tens of thousands of skin color selfies to obtain the HSV value table of the overall skin color distribution. After judging the difference between the skin color of the output picture and the target skin color during the selfie, the skin color under different light is intelligently adjusted to the closest real state.

The size of the Vivo S7e is 161×74.04×7.73mm, and the weight is controlled at 171g. The phone sports a 6.44-inch 2400×1080 resolution AMOLED display. However, it does not support high refresh rate.

The Vivo S7e is packed with a 4100mAh large-capacity battery.

Vivo’s official website has already put the phone on the shelves and opened an appointment. The corresponding page shows that the phone sports the Dimensity 720 processor, not the previously rumored Dimensity 800U processor. The machine will be shipped on November 11.

The Vivo S7 was released in August of this year. It focuses on thinness and appearance, and is mainly launched for the offline market.

Argam Artashyan

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