In China, Vivo announced its new ISP – vivo V2 – at a conference called “Dual-Core X Imaging Technology.” Vivo also revealed that future Vivo phones will have AI and NPU improvements.
Vivo’s new Image Signal Processor is third-generation, following the vivo V1 and vivo V1+. According to vivo, this chip provides unparalleled computing power, power density, and data density.
In comparison to DDRs with external memory, vivo executives presented a dedicated SRAM (Static RAM) cache unit with a power efficiency ratio of 200%. Thanks to the design of FIT dual-core interconnection and near-memory DLA, the vivo V2 provides an image processing effect and power efficiency. Vivo’s imaging chip has always been about taking quick photos in low light, and the Ultra Zoom EIS algorithm combines IMU, OIS, and EIS for improved zooming without sacrificing image quality.
Vivo V2 also offers “zero-latency” snapping that, in theory, should work through motion detection to snap a picture the moment you press the shutter. Furthermore, RawEnhance 2.0 provides high-quality photos in low-light conditions, building upon the first version.