Smartphone maker Vivo hasn’t up to date its X collection for the reason that Vivo X21 launched over two years in the past. It was the primary smartphone in India to sport an in-display fingerprint scanner. The corporate has now launched two new smartphones on this collection, known as the Vivo X50 and the X50 Professional. The Vivo X50 Professional is the spotlight right here because it packs in a gimbal digicam together with OIS and EIS, and claims to supply glorious stabilisation. We bought to spend a while with the Vivo X50 Professional, and listed below are our first impressions of the system.
With the Vivo X50 Pro, the messaging is obvious: it’s a camera-focused smartphone that brings a brand new gimbal digicam system to the market. Whereas most smartphones depend on OIS and/or EIS to stabilise footage, the Vivo X50 Professional additionally makes use of a gimbal, which signifies that the sensor bodily strikes to compensate for shakes. The digicam tech appears attention-grabbing, however that is not all, the Vivo X50 Professional sports activities a 90Hz show and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC too.
Let’s begin with the design. The show curves on the perimeters the place it meets the body. The glass rear panel additionally curves into the body, provides this cellphone a premium look and makes it comfy to carry. Vivo ships the X50 Professional in an Alpha Gray end. Vivo has opted for Schott Xensation UP glass at the back and front. The frosted rear panel manages to cover fingerprints and smudges to fairly an extent.
The Vivo X50 Professional has a 6.56-inch AMOLED show with a gap for the selfie digicam in the direction of the highest left nook, which is not very distracting. I like that Vivo has stored the bezels skinny and this gives the look of an edge-to-edge show, particularly on the perimeters. This panel has a 90Hz refresh fee which made the UI really feel clean whereas scrolling by the totally different menus. It additionally has an in-display fingerprint scanner that’s conveniently positioned. The show will get vibrant sufficient and has excellent viewing angles. I am going to report extra of my findings once I assessment this system.
The body of the X50 Professional is skinny, and the facility and the quantity buttons are on the correct. There’s a slight recess the place these buttons are positioned, they usually have good suggestions, which makes them straightforward to hit purely by really feel. The highest and the underside of the cellphone are utterly flat.
It has a USB Sort-C port on the backside together with a bottom-firing speaker and a SIM tray. There is no such thing as a 3.5mm headphone jack on this system, however the firm ships a USB Sort-C to three.5mm adaptor and an in-ear headset within the field. The Vivo X50 Professional is a dual-SIM system and has two Nano-SIM slots.
Vivo has picked the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC to energy the Vivo X50 Professional. This processor is able to 5G connectivity and also will be powering the upcoming OnePlus Nord. The X50 Professional is the primary smartphone with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G 5G SoC in India and I am curious to see the way it compares to different processors. It has 8GB of RAM and solely a 256GB storage configuration has been launched in India. I’ve the top-end variant with me. Storage is non-expandable, however I do not see this as an issue as Vivo provides enough storage.
The Vivo X50 Professional homes a 4315mAh battery in its tiny body and weighs solely 181.5g. It additionally comes with a 33W FlashCharge 2.zero charger within the field which ought to assist cost the system at a quick tempo. The Vivo X50 Professional runs FunTouchOS 10.5 on high of Android 10 and was working the Might safety patch, which is appropriate.
I’ve saved one of the best for final and that’s the quad-camera setup on the Vivo X50 Professional. The spotlight of this setup is a customized 48-megapixel Sony IMX598 main sensor mounted within the new gimbal system. This permits the lens and the sensor to maneuver round to compensate for shakes. Vivo claims that this won’t solely assist for video but additionally for low-light hand-held stills. I discovered this very attention-grabbing, and will probably be testing it absolutely in my assessment.
Accompanying the first sensor is an 8-megapixel super-wide-angle digicam which can also be able to taking macros at as much as 2.5cm. There’s a 13-megapixel depth digicam with an f/2.48 aperture for portraits, and an 8-megapixel telephoto digicam. The digicam module protrudes barely on the again, and Vivo has used a two-step design. The telephoto digicam sits in step one whereas the opposite three are raised barely additional. The first digicam seems bodily larger than the others. Vivo additionally appears to have added fairly just a few new digicam app options to the X50 Professional, which I will probably be testing within the full assessment.
The Vivo X50 Professional has been priced at Rs. 49,990 for the only configuration with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It’s priced near the OnePlus 8 Pro (Review) and the Mi 10 5G (Review) however can it make it to our record of best phones under Rs. 50,000? Keep tuned to Devices 360 for the complete assessment of the Vivo X50 Professional.