The Y72 5G features a 64 Mpx wide-angle triple photo module whose lens opens at f / 1.8, 8 Mpx ultra-wide-angle (f / 2) and macro sensor.
The structure has been extensively democratized over the past two years. Also found on OnePlus Nord CE 5G We can compare with that.
Volume Primary: 64 Mpx, f / 1,8, éq. 26 mm
Like all its integrators, the Y72 uses 5G technology Pixel pinning Take static shots. The latter allows four (or nine) photosynthesis to attach together to capture more light. It produces 16MP photos, however can shoot at full definition.
Under normal conditions, the Vivo Y72 has a general tendency to provide a white balance that attracts warm shades. The rendering provided by Vivo is very pronounced, while the variation is reinforced and offers a very flattering feature, but not necessarily too natural. OnePlus Nord CE opts for a less aggressive treatment and offers more loyal colors.
At night, the same care can be taken. In OnePlus, digital noise makes its appearance, the level of detail inevitably decreases and colors lose their brilliance. Vivo’s rendering is better at detracting from visible digital smoothing.
Mode 64 MBx
To isolate the two displays, we isolated an area of equal size (0.90 Mpx). You can see the difference between the standard definition and the full definition.
Day or night, no significant detail can be obtained in this mode. Although not obvious in the test scene, there is a difference in color measurement. By full definition, the white balance seemed beautiful to us.
64 Mpx mode allows you to sculpt images, which can be useful when redoing. In this case, they weigh more in storage. So it is important to know and use.
Volume Ultra Grand-Angle: 8 Mpx, f / 2,2, éq. 13 mm
Ultra-wide angle sensor has become a staple in almost all smartphones. The Y72 offers one, but often, the quality is not unusual, far from it.
Surprisingly, neither smartphone offered solid rendering. OnePlus puts a little more, but the level of detail has drastically decreased. Vivo’s color is again very yellow.
At night, the rendering is hard to use in both scenes. Vivo provides poor results with algorithms that select dimming when trying to manage low light.
Front and video module
The central punch on the front is fitted with a 16 MP (f / 2) sensor. The rendering is beautiful in good light conditions and without moving, but in the dark it gets harder. The general color here is a little cool. The Portrait Mode Bokeh is very successful, even if it tricks the hair easily.
The smartphone is capable of capturing 60 FPS in full HD. This is not a videographer device. The sensor struggles to deal with highlights and there is no stabilization. Take a look at the microcreditors.
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