With remarkable cameras, vivo announces X50, X50 Pro and X50 Pro+
Vivo’s new X50, X50 Pro and X50 Pro+ with unique cameras
Vivo has just revealed its X50 smartphone series of flagships-the X50, X50 Pro and X50 Pro+. The last two are characterized by the exceptional capabilities of photography, while the first is the best looking 5 G phone so far.
vivo X50 Pro+
The vivo X50 Pro+ is the very first phone to include the brand new 50MP ISOCELL GN1 1/1.3 "sensor from Samsung. It is the first to merge ISOCELL with Tetracell, and it can have 12.5MP stills with big 2.4μm pixels in binned mode.
The company claims the videos and stills look stunning at night in tandem with the motion deblur algorithm and continuous attention monitoring. Both X50 handsets, speaking of moon, endorse Super Night Mode and Astro Mode for direct images of night sky.
A device with a periscope lens offers up to 60x hybrid zoom, dubbed Super Zoom. The camera has an 8MP sensor and an F/3.0 lens with an optical magnification of about 5 times (135 mm). There is also an 8MP ultra-wide snapper with a visual field of 120 degrees which can also be used for macro shots as the camera is capable of autofocusing only 2.5 cm away from the image.
The fourth 13MP f/2.5 unit is a dedicated portrait camera and it offers 2x optical zoom, judging by the focal length, so you don't have to get in front of the subject.
We 're looking beyond photography at a 6.56 "OLED display and a Snapdragon 865 chipset. Funtouch OS 10.5 is running on top of Android 10 by the Pro+.
vivo X50 Pro
The X50 Pro has another thrilling system configuration-where the main camera is balanced in a gimbal model that aims to produce more usable videos than all of its rivals. This carries a much less powerful 48MP sensor-the Sony IMX598-but provides an f/1.6 aperture quicker than that. The gimbal method, which greatly expands the rotation angle and anti-shake field relative to normal OIS systems these days.
With the small exception of the periscope module offering slightly slower f/3.4 aperture, the other three cameras are extremely similar. And the selfie camera is 32MP with an aperture of f/2.5. Although the X50 Pro shares the highly curved 1080 x 2376px resolution OLED with a built-in fingerprint sensor, a Snapdragon 765 G chipset comes with it.
A 4,315 mAh battery keeps the lights on and supports fast 33W charging in the box. Although not confirmed formally, we believe that the Pro+ has exactly the same battery capacity and charging speeds.
The vanilla X50 lacks the gimbal stability and the focus in the periscope and has style as the main point of selling. The standard vivo X50 is in reality the thinnest 5 G handset weighing just 7.49 mm. This still operates on the Snapdragon 765 G chipset and carries the same size of a 6.56-inch AMOLED as its predecessors, this time the screen is small.
Just as on the X50 Pro and X50 Pro+, the punch-hole holds a 32MP sensor. The aperture has the least variations-the X50 has an F/2.48 lens versus F/2.45 for the Pro models.
On the back you get the same 48MP sensor with an f/1.6 aperture as on the X50 Pro but on the more expensive model, it uses normal OIS instead of the specialized solution. The super large telephoto cameras and the "small" 13MP cameras stay the same.
The juice comes with a 4,200 mAh battery which can be powered with the supplied charging brick at 33W.