How the X Note da Vivo compares to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

esta Vivo XNote The headphones launched alongside the Vivo X Fold turned out to be a series that competed with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra by specs and sources. Vivo is in fact a partner next to Samsung and is one of the few brands that launches phones with Exynos chipsets. Its most recent Exynos-based smartphone is the 2021 Vivo X60 (Chinese version), equipped with the Exynos 1080. Interestingly, Samsung has not yet released a phone with this chipset.

Vivo may not be popular in North America, but it will showcase some innovative products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In 2018, Vivo will showcase the world’s first smartphone with a cloth scanner for digital imaging, a tool that will now be modeled on many phones. The following year, I showed a imaginable phone without doors or buttons. Called by Vivo APEX 2019, the phone also has a cloth digital image scanner that covers almost all the dust.

This Vivo XNote is a huge phone with a huge 7 inch curved fabric and a curved back in false shape. It has a large horizontal bar on the back that opens the camera module in the shape of a cookie. The phone has a sun and water resistance of IP68, like the Galaxy S22 UltraA 7-inch fabric of the Vivo X Note is a panel Samsung E5 LTPO with a resolution of 3,080 x 1,440 and an update rate of 120Hz. In comparison, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a 120Hz screen of 6.8 poles with a resolution of 3880×1440. Above its largest size, the Vivo phone is larger and weighs 216 grams (221 grams for the preto model) compared to the S22 Ultra’s 228 grams.

Both phones have Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processors (the S22 Ultra uses the Exynos 2200 in some regions), but Vivo has added a custom V1 chip that helps improve graphics and cover with some GPU features. While both phones come with either 8GB or 12GB of RAM, the Vivo X Note has storage options up to 512GB while the S22 Ultra is available in a 1TB version in all regions. As for the camera setup, both phones have a dual camera setup on the back. The Samsung setup includes a 108MP f/1.8 main camera, a 10MP rear camera with 10X OIS and 10x zoom, a secondary 10MP OIS phone camera with 3x zoom and a 12MP ultra-wide angle 120-degree camera. It also has a 40MP high-resolution front camera that can record 4K at 60fps. On the other hand, the vivo X Note has a 50MP f/1.57 main sensor, 8MP rear camera with 5x optical zoom and 60x super zoom, 12MP professional still camera with 47mm focal length and 48MP super zoom at 114 degrees. The wide-angle camera is the only sensor without OIS. The selfie camera is a 16MP unit.

Just like Samsung and Vivo use cloth scanners for digital imaging, Vivo claims that its phone has a larger digitization area and is also capable of digital handwriting. Dual digital printing is also supported, but limited to certain applications. Despite the different sizes, both phones have the same battery capacity of 5,000 mAh. While the Galaxy S22 Ultra supports bar charging with a 45W ash charge and a 15W ash charge, the Vivo X Note is superior to fast charging with an 80W axis and 50W without a 10W ash charge, which is faster than the 4.5W of the S22 Ultra.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra has some extra resources, such as an integrated S-Pen case, ultraviolet band (UWB) and Samsung DeX. Despite the name, the Vivo X Note does not support cables, but has a physical shutter release button, like the descriptive alert control on OnePlus phones, and an anonymous navigation mode that turns off the camera, microphone and GPS when activated. It also comes with an 80W e-power block, as opposed to the S22 Ultra, it doesn’t come with a power adapter. Both phones run on Android 12, but have different custom skins.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s camera has a zoom of up to 100x, integrated S-Pen, DeX, UWB and longer software support, giving it an advantage over the Vivo drivers. Meanwhile, the Vivo X Note also has a great camera (at least no paper), super fast charging with and without a charge with an included charger and a built-in design. Meanwhile, it costs less, starting at 5,999 (~$942) for the 8GB + 256GB version and ¥6,999 (~$1,099) for the higher configuration with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage. In comparison, the S22 Ultra starts at US$1,199 for the 8GB + 128GB version, US$1,299 for the 12GB + 256GB version, US$1,399 for the 12GB + 512GB version and US$1,599 for the 12 GB + 1 TB version.Também is available worldwide, com Vivo XNote Currently only available in China.

source: en Vivo, Samsung

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