Vivo has recently launched the Vivo X50 here in India alongside truly wireless earphones. This is a camera-centric smartphone launched recently in China, however, the Pro+ variant is not coming here anytime soon.
The Vivo X50 comes with a Snapdragon 730, however, the Pro version will rock a Snapdragon 765G SoC. The X50 comes with two different combinations – 8/128GB. and 8GB/256GB. Whereas the Pro version will have a single 8GB/256GB variant only.
The base X50 will have a flat 6.56-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate, whereas the X50 Pr will feature a curved design with the same resolution and refresh rate.
There is a slight difference in the camera as well. The X50 will come with a 48MP Sony IMX598 sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide, 13MP portrait camera, and a 5MP Macro lens. On the other hand, the X50 Pro will feature a 48MP sensor with a gimbal setup, that is proper stabilization to the main camera. Other than that, you will see a 5X optical zoom lens, 13MP portrait camera, and an 8MP ultra-wide camera.
Both of these devices will feature a 32MP camera, under the display’s punch-hole. Both devices feature 5G, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC, and much more. The battery on the X50 is a 4,200mAh, whereas the Pro will feature a larger 4,3,15mAh battery. Out of the box, both these devices will run on Android 10 with FunTouch OS 10.5.
Alongside smartphones, there is another product launched at the same time. This is a TWS Neo, truly wireless earphones, which will be available for ₹5990 in India. These earphones work on a larger 14.2mm driver. As per Vivo, the latency here is around 88ms and can hold up with 22.5hrs of battery life.
The Vivo X50 will start from ₹34,990 for the 128GB variant, whereas the 256GB variant will cost around ₹37,990 only. Whereas the X50 will cost you around ₹49,990 only. The devices will be up for sale starting July 24rth, whereas, if interested, you can pre-book the device right now.
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Source: Android Central
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