In the realm of new smartphones, the vivo S18 Pro has won the hearts of many young people with its unique studio-grade portrait photography capabilities. This phone is said to directly compete with professional studio portrait cameras, unafraid of the dark and capable of effortlessly capturing high-quality, atmospheric portraits. So, how does it actually perform in real shooting tests?
First, let’s take a look at the imaging configuration of the vivo S18 Pro. Its front camera is equipped with a 50-megapixel ultra-sensitive portrait lens, boasting high pixel count, along with a front wide-angle dual soft light, making it effortless for night selfies. This is indeed quite sufficient for selfie enthusiasts. Below are some sample selfies, and as you can see, even in group photos, it performs admirably, with hardly any distortion in the photos. Moreover, the image quality is high-definition and pure, demonstrating outstanding performance.
The rear of the vivo S18 Pro features three X-series flagship lenses, including a 50-megapixel Sony bio-inspired flagship main camera, a 50-megapixel flagship ultra-wide-angle lens, and a professional telephoto portrait lens. It also supports OIS hummingbird super anti-shake, and features a rear studio-grade soft light ring, showcasing exceptional imaging capabilities, especially in portrait photography. Looking at the sample night portrait photos below, the phone captures portraits naturally and realistically with excellent beauty effects, without a hint of being artificial. Furthermore, with the assistance of the soft light ring, the facial features of the subjects are clearly visible, and the overall brightness and sharpness of the photo are very high, delivering an outstanding imaging quality.
It’s worth mentioning that the vivo S18 Pro not only boasts outstanding imaging capabilities but also comes with excellent features such as the Dimensity 9200+ flagship chip, a 5000mAh ultra-thin blue ocean battery, and a 120Hz sun-eye protection screen. Its overall strength is quite impressive. Judging from its real-world performance, the vivo S18 Pro is truly a top-tier smartphone for portrait photography in the industry.