Vivo has announced the global launch of its brand new X50 set of flagship smartphones, for example, X50, the X50 Guru, along with the X50 Pro Plus. The headline feature would be the gimbal-style camera in both higher-end versions, which Vivo states reflects a breakthrough advancement on conventional optical image stabilization systems for both videos and photos.
The X50 Pro Plus sits on peak of the range using a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip up to 12GB of RAM, a 120Hz 6.6-inch curved OLED display, along with a 4,350mAh battery using 44W charging. The main camera employs Samsung’s brand new 50-megapixel ISOCELL GN1 detector and Vivo’s gimbal system, and it is backed up using a 13-megapixel ultrawide, a 13-megapixel 5x periscope telephoto, along with a 32-megapixel thickness detector.
The X50 Guru cuts in a couple of areas: the chip is a Snapdragon 765G, the curved display is 90Hz, the 4,315mAh battery prices in 33W, and also the most quantity of RAM is 8GB. The key gimbal camera employs a 48-megapixel detector while the ultrawide, telephoto, and thickness sensors fall to 8, 8, and 13 megapixels . It’s fairly a bit thinner than the Plus, however, in 8.04mm 8.83mm or 9.48mm based upon the Plus’ complete.
The normal X50, meanwhile, includes a Snapdragon 765G, a horizontal 90Hz display, a 4,200mAh battery, and a 48-megapixel with no gimbal system. Additionally, it drops the telephoto entirely in favour of a 5-megapixel macro lens along with precisely the exact same ultrawide and thickness sensors as the X50 Pro. It is the thinnest of the three in 7.55mm.
Even the X50 series will initially found in markets such as India, Indonesia, Russia, and much more. The Pro Plus will not be published in India.
We only got an X50 Guru in handstay tuned for policy on the way the gimbal camera works out in practice.