Thanks to the cutthroat competition in the smartphone market, we are getting mid-range devices with 90 Hz displays and pretty good imaging system. The latest to join the mid-range imaging-focused smartphone with 90 Hz display is the new Vivo X Series smartphones, the X50 Series 5G.
If you are not for pretty ridiculous curve screen, then you may want to look away. If not, it may be the device to look out if you have access to China market.
There are two models in the series: Vivo X50 and Vivo X50 Pro. The main differences are in the battery capacity, main camera setup, and the display. Speaking of the display, they do have the same resolution, same 6.56-inch diagonal screen size, but one is curved display while other is not.
The battery capacity and display result in a slightly physical dimension and weight too. Both devices are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G with octacore processor of up to 2.4 GHz clock speed and Adreno 620 GPU, and offered in 8 GB LPDDR4X dual-channel memory with a choice of 128 or 256 GB UFS 2.1 storage.
Its AMOLED display is of FHD+ (2,376 x 1,080 pixels) resolution and both is rocking a 32 MP front facing camera, albeit with different aperture.
As for the main imaging system, the spot light is on the Pro model’s quad-camera setup that features a 48 MP IMX598 custom sensor with micro-gimbal anti-shake, “closed-loop motor,” and 7P lens.
The rest of the setup includes a 13 MP portrait camera, an 8 MP periscope telephoto with 60X Super Zoom, and a 8 MP wide-angle macro lens camera.
The non-Pro, on the other hand, gets a a 48 MP IMX598 sensor with 4-axis OIS, “closed-loop motor,” and 7P lens, along with a 13 MP portrait camera, an 8 MP wide-angle lens camera, and a 5 MP macro camera.
Finally, the Pro gets a 4,315 mAh battery while the non-Pro variant has a 4,200 mAh capacity lithium battery.
Images: Vivo [CH].