Vivo X70 VS Samsung S21! Guess which one is more awesome!

Vivo X70 series

The design of Vivo X70 Pro+ is more unique, with a ceramic sunroof on the right side of the back and the iconic Pro+ logo.

There is also the information of vivo ZEISS Co-engineered, which means the joint research and development of vivo and Zeiss, demonstrating the unique and distinguished status and the high-end nature.


In terms of weight and thickness, the X70 Pro has a thickness of 7.99mm and a weight of 185 grams. The glass plate of the X70 Pro+ weighs 213 grams with a thickness of 8.99mm, and the plain leather version is 210 grams with a thickness of 9.27mm.

vivo X70 series ISP: Upgrade self-developed V1 chip, real-time black light night vision

In addition to appearance design, imaging is also the focus of the X70 series, and it is an absolute focus. This time in addition to Zeiss’s in-depth cooperation, the X70 series also uses V1’s self-developed V1 imaging chip, which makes the camera and video more powerful.

Samsung S21



The display on this range was both an upgrade and a downgrade to the S20 lineup. The S21 sports a 6.2-inch display, while the S21+ comes with a 6.7-inch display. If you prefer big screens, then you will definitely fall in love with the S21 Ultra, which has a 6.8-inch display. The displays for the S21 and S21+ top out at 1080p, a downgrade from the entry-level S20’s 1440p resolution.

On the positive side, they have an adaptive refresh rate varying from 48-120Hz, which was not possible on the standard S20. The Galaxy S21 Ultra shines in this respect sporting a 1440p resolution and an adaptive refresh rate.


Samsung is always incredibly keen on its cameras, and this is evident from the Galaxy S21 range. The S21 and S21+ have the same triple camera configuration. This includes a 12-Mp wide-angle camera with an f/1.8 aperture and dual pixel autofocus, a 12MP ultrawide camera with an f/2.2 aperture and 120-degree field of view, and lastly, a 64Mp telephoto camera for better zooming.

These cameras might not be the most innovative upgrades from the S20, but thanks to the Snapdragon 888’s image signal processor, they definitely deliver impressive performance.

Comparatively, the S21 Ultra has a quad-camera setup, featuring the same ultrawide camera. But that’s as far as similarities go. With this phone, you will get two 10MP telephoto lenses, one with 10x optical zoom and an f/4.9 aperture, and the other has 3x optical zoom and an aperture of f/2.4. The main camera is excellent, standing at 108MP with a 12MP output.

Performance and battery

The Galaxy S21 series phones all come with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor or Samsung’s very own Exynos 2100, depending on the region. With these processors, you are guaranteed super-fast speeds, and the phones should comfortably handle everything you throw at them, including heavy multitasking and video games.

The battery life is also pretty decent. The Galaxy S21 has a 4,000mAh battery. The S21+ goes a notch high, boasting a 4,800 mAh battery, while the S21 Ultra proves why it’s the king of the range with its 5,000mAh battery. Despite the battery differences, all three phones should last you a full day, even on heavy use. Furthermore, they all support 25W wired charging, 15W wireless charging.