Filipinos love Christmas, and even more so, we definitely love food — from preparing it up to sharing it with our families. These are the two reasons why a big Noche Buena feast has been one of the longest and most important traditions in Philippine homes for generations.

Since it’s a feast, families are busy preparing meals hours before Noche Buena — making sure the fruit salad is already in the freezer, special food deliveries have arrived, the Lechon has been roasted, and the special hamon is ready to eat.

Once the plating is done, modern Filipino households take their time to ensure everything looks presentable on the dining table and picture-perfect for Instagram, or to share with loved ones abroad or in provinces as if they are still spending this special holiday together, even when miles apart.

So, to help immortalize your Noche Buena feast, you need a good camera that can capture meals that look as mouth-watering as they are. No, you don’t need to spend a lot of money with a professional camera or photographer: a smartphone with good low-light capabilities is more than enough.


That’s what the vivo V29 5G’s Food Mode and Aura Light 2.0 technology is for. It ensures that you can immortalize your Noche Buena feast online for friends and family to also enjoy, and treasure it as memories that you’d cherish forever.

Today, we’ll show you how the vivo V29 5G’s camera prowess will let you capture mouth-watering meals, even at night.


The vivo V29 5G is equipped with a capable 50-megapixel main camera with an f/1.9 aperture and optical image stabilization. Of course, there’s the Food Mode that’s automatically enabled the second the AI detects you’re taking a picture of food.


This powerful combo of hardware and software can definitely capture your Noche Buena meals in good detail with savory colors. Just point, shoot, and you’re good to go. It’s quite handy for quick snaps, especially if everyone around you is hungry and eager to dig in.

But there’s more to the V29 5G’s camera prowess that you should know. The vivo V29 5G is also equipped with vivo’s Aura Light 2.0 technology, which can take your food photography to the next level. It utilizes the special ring flash on the back for a wider but balanced lighting compared to your traditional flash.


What makes it extra special is the adjustable color temperature to make any meal even more delectable in photos. You can move the slider to a warmer tone to make your roasted chicken, desserts, and any food more appealing to the eye; or leave it to auto and allow vivo’s intelligent software to analyze the image and decide the best tone to use.


The V29 5G’s image processing was also made possible by its Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, with flagship-level 12GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage to store all your holiday photos and videos. Each photo can be previewed on the fancy 6.78-inch 1.5K AMOLED display with a high 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support.

So, to make sure you nail all your Noche Buena photos — up to Media Noche on New Year’s Eve — get yourself a powerful camera phone like the vivo V29 5G. The vivo V29 5G is available in the Philippines starting at Php24,999.

This article was created by NoypiGeeks in partnership with vivo Philippines.

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