Vivo has updated its portfolio of smartphones with the premiere of the new X50 series. The company has developed three devices called Vivo X50 Pro +, which we will talk about in this article, as well as the Vivo X50 and Vivo X50 Pro models. The Pro Plus model in the series is the first to come with Samsung’s ISOCELL GN1 sensor when it offers fast focus performance and size bypasses the sensor in the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
On the front of the device has a 6.56-inch vaulted screen, with AMOLED panel, + Full HD resolution, and 2376 by 1080 pixels. The maximum brightness the screen can reach is 1300 Nits, while the refresh rate is 120 Hz and the touch input reaches 240 Hz. Below the display panel is a fingerprint scanner that allows unlocking, with the panel itself displaying HDR10 and + HDR10 content with a small camera hole at the top and left.
Under the hood, we will discover the Snapdragon 865 chipset, which is manufactured in a 7-nm process and has 8 Kryo 585 cores at a maximum frequency of 2.84 GHz. In addition, the device has 8 or 12GB of working memory alongside 128 or 256GB of storage. The behind-the-scenes operating system is Android 10, with the Funtouch OS U version 10.5 up.
Let’s get to the camera section where the phone is the most assertive. On the phone that will be in the top five in DxOMark; 50MP f / 1.6 aperture Samsung SN1 sensor + Super-micro PTZ camera + 13MP 120-degree ultra-wide-angle lens f / 2.2 aperture + 13MP periscope camera 5 times optical 10 times hybrid and 60 times digital zoom f / 3.4 aperture + 32MP Includes portrait camera.
On the front of the phone, which will be very assertive about portrait photography, there is a 32MP camera in the form of a dot notch.
The battery that holds the entire array in the air comes at a capacity of 4350mAh, as it recharges through a 44-watt USB Type-C connector. The other features of the device include a leather or glass back design, support for fifth-generation (5G) networking, and a hi-fi chip that includes a digital-to-analog converter so that we can listen to high-quality music through wired headsets in addition to Bluetooth 5.1.
Availability and prices
The Vivo X50 Pro + model will be available starting next month in silver (glass back) and orange (leatherback), for a $700 price tag for the 8/128GB version, with the 8/225GB version Byte will cost us about $770 and the 12/256GB version will cost us about $840.
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