Compare : Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra against Vivo X70 Pro Plus Camera - Galaxy User Guide

This is 1000 grand here and the galaxy's 22 Ultra Camera series just keeps rolling. If you want to see the past comparisons that I've done with it, I leave a link in the description or a card somewhere on the screen. If you want to go check out those previous comparisons, but as the title indicates today I have it against the vivo x70 pro plus which might be tough to get here in the states. But it was one of my best camera systems on a smartphone of 2021 and definitely the best in low light of all the phones I've tested. So I'm really excited to see how the galaxy s 22 ultra here compares with the vivo x8 pro plus.

As you can see the vivo does not have stabilization on the front-facing cameras but they both use Samsung sensors for the main camera with the s22 ultra using the 108 megapixel hm3 sensor and the people using the 50 megapixel gn1 sensor, which are also found on the pixel 6 and pixel 6 pro. Both phones use dual telephoto lenses with the s22 ultra using 3x and 10x optical zooms. The vivo uses a 2x and 5x optical zoom up to a 60 times digital zoom, and so one last thing to mention is that the s22 ultra is operating the snapdragon chipet, not the exynos, and all that matters is the results and how they actually compare.

To give you a sense for how these ultra wide angle cameras compare side by side here in this particular setting, lots of greens and blues, that is why I like coming here. Let's go ahead and pan to the right and test the zoom on this cell tower. Let's get away two times on the galaxy, s22 ultra as well so that two times digital zoom will appear on each now the vivo won't use the telephoto lenses here at 4k 60.. You can just stop the video and change the lenses and come back so we'll test that out but you can go to up to a maximum of 10 times. I found that zoom on the s12 Ultra focus is a little bit slower.

So not the snappiest, but it eventually will focus like that and the x8 pro plus here really snappy autofocus on that one and again and away and one more time so a little bit faster autofocus on the vivo and let's go ahead and test stabilization as we walk down the stairs. So you can compare that here at 60 frames per second in 4k and let's go ahead and start jogging to try to stress that all stabilization here and we'll pull this up and point to the sky. You can see in general how they handle the exposure for changing light and just show you the telephoto zoom on the vivo. It looks like that here, see the guy on the tower and we'll move into a max.

So here's a low light video test on the s22 ultra and the vivo x70 pro plus. This is the ultra angle lens to start at 4k 30 frames per second so I'm just going to pan to give you a side by side view here of ultra wide angle lenses and how they look in this particular low light situation, and I'm going to stop. If you don't come back with the main lens, then all right. So we are back with the main lens on each the vivo does not let you switch between lenses while actively recording the s22 ultra and that is why they stopped the video and you can see how much brighter these main lenses are. So let's go ahead and pan this way and we'll start walking to test stability as well as like.

I always go from a very well-lit controlled environment like you saw there to a much more difficult lighting, a much darker area. In other words you can compare and contrast how these cameras perform in different lighting situations at night here, and so I just have to round the corner. But what I see in the viewfinder is that they both brighten up everything much more than what I see with my own eyes here and you're gonna see a bit of noise because of that and if you pull up here there is some light pollution like I always say, but it's not prickly black but because it's trying to brighten things up, probably seeing more noise uh, and some light than really is uh.

If we pan this way the line situation of this darker alleyway again mix with some accent light from the building So here is the low light midtest on the front facing cameras of the galaxy s22 ultra and vivo x8 pro plus. This is at their maximum resolutions, which is 4k on the s22 ultra and it can record up to 60 frames per second, but we are doing 30 frames because 60 frames per second here is a little bit too dark in this lighting situation, and there is no stabilization on the front camera on the vivo and it has noise reduction on so pay attention to the audio compared to the samsung, and so I'm getting into my usual test spot in a pretty good light.

Also, in a situation such as this you can see what these cameras look like here with some fairly decent lighting situations to give them every opportunity to give you the best video quality possible. So you can see all the lights around me and we'll go and start walking to test this stabilization. My phone like this is kind of crazy, but they are really paying attention to the rear cameras. Obviously- and I'm walking to my right from the foundation, so we test noise cancelling or reduction on the vivo to the samsung here and we'll pan around. So you can see how these front cameras do with those really bright street lights behind me, and actually not too bad on both if anything but maybe samsung is flying up a bit more than the vivo is.

It's a bit darker than what they are on the samsung, and the color production is a little bit warmer here on the vivo, but that's going to do pretty much for this camera comparison between the samsung Galaxy S22 ultra and the vivo x70 pro plus. So let me know what you thought about this comparison and which- basically, you preferred my quick summary - is that I think both do well for photos and it's going to come down to something like, I always say the color science that you prefer coming out of auto mode. On the samsung, you have professional raw as far as a pro mode. If you just like to point and shoot, I want more natural colors on the vivo and, as I have said, they both have pro mode for full control.

So as we go down to how you shoot, you are gonna like the colors coming from each of the phones and if you prefer control they both give you that and if you prefer video, I think samsung does video a little better. I don't think that's the strength of the vivo in low light. I still think vivo is probably the best smartphone to shoot in low light. It doesn't even need a night mode and it's a lot crisper than he did before. A lot cleaner, low light images than pretty much every other phone, although the samsung is not bad at all in low light - it's just the vivo doing a little better there. So that is my quick summary of what I thought about each of these phones and how they worked.

Let me know what you think drop me a comment and if you have other questions about either these phones, I will try to answer and try..

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