Vivo X50e 5G Official With Snapdragon 765G and Quad-Camera System

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Vivo has launched a new smartphone in Taiwan called the Vivo X50e. Thus, this model officially joins the X50 series alongside the Vivo X50, X50 5G, X50 Pro, X50 Pro +, and X50 Lite. The Vivo X50e, which is very satisfactory in terms of technical features, maybe one of the striking phones of its level.

Vivo X50e 5G measures 162.05 x 74.97 x 8.88 – 8.96 mm, weight 200 grams, Super AMOLED Full HD + 6.44-inch screen, which offering FHD + resolution, the phone has a drop-notched design. The front camera in this notch offers 32MP resolution.

In addition, the device has a fingerprint reader embedded in a screen. On the right side of the phone, there is a button to turn the device on or off, while above it there is a rocker to control the volume.

Vivo’s new smartphone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G processor. This chipset is paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. It can also be expanded because the phone has a microSD card slot.

As for the back of the phone, there is a diamond neckline in which there are four cameras. The main camera sensor is the 48MP f / 1.79, and there is also a 13MP telephoto camera, a 13MP ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP macro camera. The name of the company Vivo is written in the lower central part of the phone.

Using the Android 10-based FunTouch OS 10 interface, Vivo X50e 5G has a battery of 4350mAh with 33-watt fast charging support. Among other features, the phone also has a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and there is support for NFC.

Announced with all these features, Vivo X50e 5G can be purchased in blue and black colors. The price of the Vivo X50e 5G phone is 13,990 NT in Taiwan, which is about $480. There is no information on whether the phone will be available globally.

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