Vivo X50 Pro – The Camera Rotate
Last Updated on July 19, 2020 by TM
Vivo got an interesting photographic smartphone for the future. It is set to take mobile photography to a whole new level. You might at some point wish your smartphone had this feature.
Can you guess the features? Meet the Vivo X50 Pro, the world’s first smartphone to have a rotating camera. This historic smartphone comes with an X-class design crafted for distinction.
In the past, Vivo have contributed a solid amount of advanced features that have changed the way we use our smartphone here in Nigeria. One of such feature is the in-display fingerprint scanner.
Vivo X50 Pro Key features
Launch Date: June 2020
Dimension: 158.5 × 72.8 × 8mm
Resolution: 1080 × 2376p
OS: Android 10
Rear Camera: 48MP + 8MP + 8MP
Chipset: Qualcomm SDM765
Vivo X50 Pro Price in Nigeria
The Vivo X50 Pro cost about $600 which automatically place it on the list of top-tier level flagship phones in Nigeria. It comes in two colors: alpha grey and light blue.
The Vivo X50 Pro comes with a typical 2020 design. Judging from the 3.96mm upper small punch hole that is present on the top left corner of the display, it is clear we are moving forward.
The whole body has a very polished look. All aspect of aesthetic is carefully crafted right from the position of the camera modules to the exquisite hues. There is no body to remind you that this is a pricey piece.
On the display, the Vivo X50 Pro has a 90Hz display refresh rate and a 180Hz screen response rate. The combination of both is awesome. Whether it is gaming or movies you are watching, the Vivo X50 Pro’s display is bound to give you a visual thrill like never before.
What do we have on the display?
On the Vivo X50 Pro is a 6.56inch AMOLED display with 3D curved Ultra O Screen. It supports HDR10+ standard which gives you richer colors, higher dynamic range, and a graceful curve to appeal to your deepest aesthetic senses.
As smartphones continue to improve, more standard battery features are also adding up. The Vivo X50 Pro comes with a 4315mAh battery which is of course non-removable.
It has a 33W fast charge 2.0 feature that lets you achieve up to 57% in 30 minutes. This goes a long way in making the Vivo X50 Pro convenient for you to use in Nigeria.
The camera available on this device is a 48MP + 8MP + 8MP cameras at the back and a 13MP in front. The main event actually happens on the 48MP main camera. Let me dive in a little.
At the back is a large rear main camera that sits on a double-ball suspension mount to allow for easy movement while you capture stunning photos and videos in Nigeria.
What this means is that the main camera changes her position to capture from the very best angle even when you are in motion. This is a significant breakthrough if you ask me.
The Vivo X50 Pro uses a gimbal camera system to achieve that realm of photographic stability. It uses mechanical movement to achieve flexible 3D stabilization and can cover angles 300% larger than traditional OIS.
At night you are quick to notice how the camera here is immediately you start using it in Nigeria. It will interest you to see what the Vivo X50 Pro is capable of achieving with the gimbal stabilization system.
First, it enhances the stability and clarity of photos taken at night by extending exposure time through the large F1.6 aperture. Second, it also leverages the AI Noise cancellation algorithm at the RAW level.
Other essential camera features like prime lens, super wide-angle, macro camera and professional portrait camera are present on the camera system. They can be used to achieve better imagery.
Software & Specs
The Vivo X50 Pro comes with the Android 10 Operating System based on Funtouch 10.5. It has a Qualcomm SDM 765 chip and an Adreno 620 GPU inside.As expected, it came with an 8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB ROM.
It will be unfair to say the Vivo X50 Pro is not a great deal. This brand have always taken it upon herself to continuously improve the exciting features of smartphones. They look at one and take it to the next level.
If I tell you I don’t like this device, that will be unfair too. If you have at some point taken blur shots with your smartphone in Nigeria even when you don’t intend to see that happen, trying out the Vivo X50 Pro in Nigeria will be superb.
It is expensive yet, it’s worth it. Vivo have succeeded in achieving a milestone in the smartphone industry. We expect to see this implementation sooner or later on other smartphone brands.