After numerous leaks and teases finally, Vivo launches its new flagship series. The series include Vivo X50, X50 Pro, and X50 Pro+, X50 Pro+ features Snapdragon 865 while X50 and X50 Pro feature Snapdragon 765G SoC. All of the three phones have an in-display fingerprint sensor and 256GB on onboard storage options.
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Vivo X50, X50 Pro and X50 Pro+ Features and Specs
In terms of features, the phones are fully loaded whether it is performance or photography. The X50 series took photography to another new level. Before jumps into the camera department, let me give you a brief introduction to the display of the phones. The X50 series has 6.56″ inches of AMOLED FullHD+ curved display with a punch on the top left corner. While the X50 and X50 Pro feature 90Hz of refresh rate and 180Hz of touch sensing refresh rate. On the other hand, X50 Pro+ has 120Hz of refresh rate and 180Hz of a touch sensing refresh rate. Apart from all these, the screen of the phone backed by HDR10+ support and Corning Gorilla glass protection.
Beneath the punch hole at the right corner of the screen, there you will find a 32MP front selfie camera integrated with AI and beautification. As far as the main camera goes, the most innovative thing took place in this department.
The X50 Quad Camera unit
The X50 has a Quad camera setup which consists of a 48MP main camera sensor with OIS(Optical image stabilization), a 13MP portrait camera sensor including 2X optical zoom. The rest two of them are an 8MP ultra-wide camera sensor and a 5MP macro camera sensor.
The X50 Pro Quad Camera unit
The X50 Pro has a Quad camera setup which consists of a 48MP main camera sensor with gimble OIS(optical image stabilization), an 8MP periscope telephoto lens including 5X optical zoom with stabilization. The rest two of them are a 13MP portrait camera sensor including 2X zoom and an 8MP ultra-wide camera sensor.
The X50 Pro+ Quad Camera unit
The X50 Pro+ has a Quad camera setup which consists of a 50MP main camera sensor with dual-pixel PDAF(phase detection autofocus) and gimble OIS(optical image stabilization), an 8MP periscope telephoto lens including 5X optical zoom with optical image stabilization. The rest two of them are a 13MP portrait camera sensor including 2X optical zoom and an 8MP ultra-wide camera sensor.
Under the hood, all of the three phones are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor. So, the long story, in short, the X50 and X50 Pro is powered by snapdragon 765G while X50 Pro+ powered by snapdragon 865 SoC. Further, the snapdragon 765G processor is coupled with Adreno 620 GPU while snapdragon 865 is coupled with Adreno 650 GPU. Three of the phones having 8GB of RAM and 256GB of onboard storage option of type UFS 2.1. The phone runs on Funtouch OS 10.5 on the top of Android 10. Furthermore, the X50 has 4,200mAh battery with 33W charging support, while on the X50 Pro there you will find a 4,315mAh battery with 33W charging support. And the X50 Pro+ has a 4,350mAh battery with 44W charging support.
In terms, of connectivity, all of the phones support 5G and other connectivity options including USB Type-C connector, NFC, GPS, Bluetooth 5.1, and others.
Price, variant, and availability
The phones are now available to pre-order on Vivo Chinas official website while the sales will begin from June 6 this year. However, X50 Pro will go on sale after June 12 and X50 Pro+ will go on sale in the next month of July. The X50, X50 Pro, and X50 Pro+ price is starting from CNY 3,498, CNY 4,298, and CNY 4,998 respectively for 8GB + 128GB variant. However, the phones are also available in such configuration of 8GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB while the X50 Pro+ additionally includes 12GB+256GB configuration.
The X50 is available in three color options to choose from Black Mirror, Liquid Oxygen, and Shallow. While the X50 Pro is available in two color options to choose from Black Mirror, and Liquid Oxygen. Further, the X50 Pro+ also available in two color options to choose from Liquid oxygen and Copper Brown. As of now, there are no words of the Indian launch of the X50 series.
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