Slim body, a camera with super stabilization, and dedicated DAC. Introduced by Vivo X50 Pro. As well as Vivo X50 and X50 Pro + models.
So, Vivo just introduced the X50 Pro smartphone – the one that is equipped with a giant camera with some new stabilization system. The X50 was also announced, but its main camera is slightly different.
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Novelties are very similar, and there are few differences, but for some, they can become decisive. Let’s start with the X50 Pro. The device is based on the SoC Snapdragon 765G, that is, it supports 5G networks. The model has 8 GB of RAM, flash memory – 128 or 256 GB. There is also a battery with a capacity of 4315 mAh with support for 33-watt charging.
The novelty received a curved 90-hertz AMOLED display with a diagonal of 6.56 inches with Full HD + resolution, a touch layer operating at a frequency of 180 Hz, a 32-megapixel front camera and the main camera with four sensors.
The main thing here is not the new Samsung GN1, as claimed by numerous sources, but the 48-megapixel Sony IMX598 created directly for Vivo. The company does not talk about the optical format of the sensor, but indicates the aperture of the camera – F / 1.6 – and also mentions the presence of seven lenses in the lens.
The main highlight of the X50 Pro camera is the special design of the main camera module, which provides additional stabilization. Vivo was not limited to marketing and created a special suspension that allows the sensor to rotate by an angle of up to 3 degrees against 1 degree in conventional sensors.
Also, the new camera is equipped with a “width” of 8 megapixels, a periscope “telephoto” with the same resolution, a five-time optical and 60x digital zoom, and a 13-megapixel “telephoto” with a focal length of 50 mm.
In addition, the Vivo X50 Pro also boasts the AK4377A DAC. The dimensions of the smartphone are 158.5 x 72.8 x 8 mm with a mass of 181.5 g. All models have NFC.
The X50 model, as we already said, is very similar to the X50 Pro. It has the same platform, a display with the same parameters, but not curved, as much memory and the same front camera. The battery capacity is slightly lower – 4200 mAh, also this model does not have a separate DAC.
As for the camera, instead of the periscope “telephoto”, there is a macro camera with a resolution of 5 megapixels. The main sensor is exactly the same – Sony IMX598 – only without a unique stabilization system. However, the usual optical is still present here. But the Vivo X50 boasts a thickness of only 7.49 mm, which makes it probably the thinnest modern smartphone.
Standing alone is the X50 Pro + model, which is mentioned on the Vivo website, but it does not yet have its own page. It differs from the X50 Pro in the Snapdragon 865 platform, support for the 120-Hertz mode of the screen, a 4350 mAh battery with support for 44-watt charging, as well as the main camera.
In this case, the main sensor is the same 50-megapixel Samsung GN1, but it is unclear whether it has the same stabilization system as the X50 Pro. in addition, the resolution of the usual “telephoto” here is increased to 32 megapixels, and the periscope and “width” – up to 13 megapixels.
In terms of pricing, the Vivo X50 starts at $ 490, the X50 Pro starts at $ 603, and the X50 Pro + costs $ 700.
Source: Vivo, Twitter