Choosing the right smartphone is never an easy task. This is especially true if you have certain expectations from your device. Some people look for an all-out performance, while others want a multimedia experience that is akin to a pocket-sized theatre. However, the most common requirement people have is a good camera and for good reason. If you are on the lookout for a smartphone that will not only offer you a top-drawer camera but also a bunch of other impressive features, then vivo might have come up with something just for you.
vivo is no stranger to adding impressive camera features on their devices and the new vivo X50 Pro not only follows that trend, but it takes things to a whole new level. Not only that, it also packs a bunch of other features that should satisfy everyone’s appetite. If you’re still thinking about buying a new smartphone, then here are a few reasons why you should consider the new vivo X50 Pro
Like many other smartphones in the market, the vivo X50 Pro packs a quad-rear camera setup. However, that’s where the similarities end. The new smartphone packs a 48-megapixel main camera + 13-megapixel Professional Portrait lens + 8-megapixel Super Wide-Angle lens + 8-megapixel Periscope lens configuration. The USP of this phone is its 48-megapixel Sony IMX598 main sensor that has been specifically customized for the smartphone and packs the new Gimbal Camera system that is a true innovation and unlike anything else currently available in any other smartphone on the market. This new gimbal camera system is said to be even better than traditional OIS and EIS systems as it offers much-improved stabilization as it can work with higher rotation angles which are said to be up to 300% more than traditional OIS systems. In addition to this, the camera also boasts of a super-large f/1.6 aperture to boost light levels.
This means that it works flawlessly with even harder vibrations. This improved method of stabilization helps in multiple different ways such as in low light photography and well as motion tracking photos. The whole module is mounted on a Double-Ball Suspension Mount, so you can actually see the camera move.
The 48-megapixel unit is just one of the 4 sensors that adorn the back of the vivo X50 Pro. The 13-megapixel sensor sports a 50mm Professional Lens and is specifically designed to take Bokeh/Portrait photos in much the subject is in sharp focus, while the background is blurred. Then there is the 8-megapixel sensor with a 120° Super-Wide lens. This comes in handy when taking panoramic photos of landscapes or when taking group photos. This also doubles as a Macro Lens, letting you get up close to small objects and take detailed photos.
Super Wide-Angle Image
The final sensor in the setup is the 8-megapixel unit that sports a Periscope lens. This setup allows users up to 5x optical zoom, which should ensure detailed images, even when zooming in. However, you to really want to zoom right in, the phone offers you Hyper Zoom that allows for a whopping 60x zoom.
Standard 1x zoom
However, don’t be fooled into thinking that the vivo X50 Pro is only about the camera. The device packs a large 6.56-inch Super AMOLED display with an FHD+ ratio of 2376x1080p. The X50 Pro is protected by SCHOTT Xensation Up 3D glass on both the front and rear. This should allow from a great video watching and gaming experience as the large screen is nearly bezel-less with only small punch-hole in the top corner that houses the 32-megapixel front camera that takes some detailed and sharp selfies which will surely up your selfie game. Not only that, but the display also supports HDR10+ that promises richer colours and higher dynamic
Not only that, but the device also offers a 90Hz refresh rate that should offer a much smoother scrolling and transitions. It can also help with gaming as the device will be able to make the most of games that support high frame rates.
At the heart of the vivo X50 Pro is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC that packs Qualcomm’s own Kryo 475 cores. This chipset is manufactured using the 7nm process, which offers better performance as well as efficiency as compared to those build using 10nm or 14nm processes. It also packs an Adreno 620 GPU that is said to offer 10% faster graphics rendering as compared to the standard Snapdragon 765 SoC. The vivo X50 Pro is the first phone in India to come with this chipset that by the way supports 5G making it Future ready
In terms of memory, the device offers 8GB of RAM, which should be more than enough to keep things running smoothly. It also offers 256GB of inbuilt storage which should be plenty of storage space for apps, games, photos and videos.
n order to ensure that the phone lasts all through the day, the vivo X50 Pro packs a large 4315mAh battery which should easily ensure a day’s worth of use. In order to ensure that you don’t have to spend hours waiting for it to charge back up, the device comes with vivo’s FlashCharge 2.0 tech that offers 33W of charging. This should ensure that even when your battery is low, you can be ready to go in a matter of minutes.
As one can see, the vivo X50 Pro offers a myriad of features that make it a very compelling option. The smartphone is currently available at Rs 49,990 and is available for purchase on Amazon, Flipkart, vivo’s own Estore, Paytm Mall, Tata Cliq and other major e-commerce websites. However, if you’re looking for something more affordable, you can consider the vivo X50 that is similar to the X50 Pro but is available at a more pocket-friendly price of Rs 34,990.
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