Vivo X50 Pro. Redefine photography with Rotating Camera.

Vivo X50 Pro
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Vivo X50 Pro is what a 2020 Flagship phone really looks like. Taking the camera level to the next generation. Vivo came up with the rotating camera setup which is what a new technology. Vivo never hesitates to invest in new technology and come up with some interesting features like the first pop up selfie camera first use of in-display fingerprint sensor full-screen display. With this new camera technology, Vivo clearly shows who is the best in terms of introducing new technology rather than rebranding old smartphone as some companies do.

Fullscreen display panel along with ultrasmooth 3d curved 90hz refresh rate. The hole punch display panel looks great. The massive 48MP main camera with the quad-camera setup is fantastic. The 33-watt supercharger gives you supercharging power.

With the launch of X50 vivo has redefined the term photography.

Taking about the overview of the Vivo X50 Pro smartphone :

  • Display
    • 6.56″ 90.6% screen to body ratio
    • 90 Hz super AMOLED display
    • 1080p x 2376 pixels
    • HDR 10+
  • Camera
  • Main Camera
    • 48 MP, f / 1.6, (wide), PDAF, gimbal OIS
    • 8 MP, f / 3.4, 135mm (periscope telephoto)
    • 13 MP, f / 2.5, 50mm (portrait)
    • 8 MP, f / 2.2, 120˚, 16mm (ultrawide)
  • Features
  • Selfie Camera
    • 32 MP, f/2.5,
  • Features
  • Battery
    • Li-Po 4315 mAh battery
    • Fast charging 33W
  • Features
    • Fingerprint (under display, optical)
    • accelerometer
    • gyro
    • proximity
    • compass
    • Colour Spectrum
  • Memory
    • 8GB+128GB
    • 8GB+256GB
  • Price
    • $797 for 8/128GB
    • $867 for 8/256GB

Vivo X50 Pro, Camera setup of this smartphone.

The camera setup of this phone looks like a robot from rearview. The quad-camera setup on this device is shaped in a triangle shape. The rear quad camera setup consists of four cameras with 48MP main camera. 8 MP ultrawide camera . 2 MP telephoto zoom lens and 5 MP optical zoom lens. Talking about the main camera. the main camera of the Vivo X50 Pro is huge and looks massive. Vivo also called this camera the gimble camera because of the super stable mode.

Electronic Image Stabilization(EIS)

(EIS)Electronic image stabilization is an image enhancement technique used mostly in the camera using electronic processing unite. Electronic Image Stabilization(EIS) minimizes the blurring effect. EIS helps to stabilise while taking photos and recording videos. While using the camera the slight disturbance or movement in the camera position can cause the photos to unpleasant and blur. As a result to overcome the problem EIS is used. What Eis does is it zooms and crops the certain part of the photo.

Optical Image Stabilization.

OIS is a technology used for cameras. What OIS does is it physically moves the camera lens to compensate for camera movement with the object. Every time a user takes a photo or record a video the optical image stabilization helps to detect that small movement with the help of a small gyro sensor. When you move your camera in one direction the camera lens moves slightly in the opposite direction. This helps to take steady image even if the camera is shaking. OIS is better than EIS.


Talking about the smartphone. The Vivo X50 Pro is a top-end model of the X50. Some of the key features of the Vivo X50 Pro are. 6.56-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, 90hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 765G SoC processor, Running on Android 10 with Funtouch OS 10.5 on top. The 48MP quad rear camera setup (including 48MP primary camera lens, 13MP camera lens, 8MP camera lens, and 8MP camera lens). 32MP single front selfie camera. 4,315mAh battery with 33W fast charging. In case if you want to supercharge your phone and in-display fingerprint sensor to keep your phone secure.

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