Vivo X50 became the world's first smartphone with a built-in camera stabilizer

Vivo held a presentation of a new series of smartphones X50, in which three models were presented. One of the main features of all three devices is a unique camera with a built-in stabilizer, which is used for the first time in mobile devices.

Vivo X50 became the world's first smartphone with a built-in camera stabilizer

Vivo X50 Pro received a curved 6.56-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution, 90 Hz refresh rate, and 180 Hz touch layer frequency. Announced support for extended dynamic range HDR10+. The screen has a built-in fingerprint scanner.

A unique feature of the entire X50 series of smartphones is the built-in stabilizer in the main camera. To compensate for the shaking during shooting, it shifts the matrix along different axes by an angle of up to 3 degrees. According to Vivo, this solution provides a 300% smoother image compared to the traditional optical stabilization system (OIS).


The X50 Pro main camera uses the new 48-megapixel IMX598 sensor developed by Vivo and Sony. It is complemented by a lens with an f/1.6 aperture. The Smartphone is also equipped with an 8 MP periscope camera with 5x optical zoom and 60x digital zoom. The other two cameras are a 13 - MP portrait camera with a focal length of 50 mm and an 8-MP wide camera with a 120-degree viewing angle. The camera supports many shooting modes, including Super Night Scene 4.0, the ability to record video with the bokeh effect, and others.

Vivo X50 Pro+ differs from the usual X50 Pro with a refresh rate of 120 Hz with a sampling frequency of the sensor layer of 240 Hz, the flagship Snapdragon 865 processor, faster memory, a dedicated Hi-Fi CS43131 chip and the main camera with a large 1/1.3-inch 50 - megapixel sensor Samsung ISOCELL GN1 with a pixel size of 1.2 microns. 

In addition, the X50 Pro + will be available in a version with a leather back cover.


Vivo X50 is the basic model of the series and an almost complete copy of the Pro version in all respects. The device differs from the “big brother” by a flat screen and the absence of a periscopic lens with optical zoom, instead of which a macro lens with the ability to focus from a distance of only 1.5 cm is installed.

Detailed specifications of all three models:

 Vivo X50Vivo X50 ProVivo X50 Pro+
DisplayAMOLED, 6.56 ", 2376x1080, 90 Hz, HDR10 +curved, AMOLED, 6.56 ", 2376x1080, 90 Hz, HDR10 +AMOLED, 6.56 ", 2376x1080, 120 Hz, HDR10 +
ChipsetSnapdragon 765GSnapdragon 765GSnapdragon 865
Memory8 + 128, 256 GB
LPDDR4X + UFS2.0
8 + 128, 256 GB
LPDDR4X + UFS2.1
8 + 128, 256 GB, 12 + 256 GB
LPDDR4X + UFS3.0
Main camera48 + 13 + 8 + 5 MP48 + 13 + 8 + 8 MP50 + 13 + 8 + 8 MP
Front-camera32 MP (Samsung ISOCELL GD1)
Battery4200 mAh
fast charge 33 W
4315 mAh
fast charge 33 W
4315 mAh
fast charge 44 watts
The fingerprint scanner
on screen
OS
Android 10 + Funtouch OS 10.5
Contactless payment
supported by NFC
AudioHi-res audioHi-Res Audio, AK4377A audio chipHi-Res Audio, CS43131 dedicated audio chip
Dimensions (mm)159.5 x 75.4 x 7.5158.5 x 72.8 x 8.1-
Weight (g)
173
181.5
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Vivo X50 will go on sale on June 6 at $490 for the 8 + 128 GB version and $546 for the 8 + 256 GB version. The X50 Pro will be available from June 12 for $602 and $658 for versions 8 + 128 GB and 8 + 256 GB, respectively. The top-end Vivo X50 Pro+ will only be available in July and will cost $700 for 8 + 128 GB, $770 for 8 + 256 GB and $840 for 12 + 256 GB.

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