At the beginning of the week, the long-awaited presentation of the new Vivo X50 lineup consisting of three versions took place: the base - X50, the “Pro” - Vivo X50 Pro and the maximum - X50 Pro+. Among the many advantages of the line, apart is a powerful system for stabilizing the main camera, which is used in all three versions of the new product. According to the manufacturer, the matrix is able to shift by an angle of 3 degrees, which gives a smoother picture.
By and large, there is not much difference between the base and Pro versions, both smartphones run on the Snapdragon 765G chip in combination with 8 GB of RAM and 128/256 GB of storage. The front camera in the versions is also the same - at 32 megapixels, and the main one differs only in one sensor: in the Pro version, a combination of 48/13/8/8 MP is used, and in the basic - 48/13/8/5. In addition, the basic version has a flat 6.56-inch AMOLED screen, and the Pro version has curved edges.
And finally, the maximum version runs on a Snapdragon 865 chip in conjunction with 8/12 GB of RAM and 128/256 GB of storage. The 6.56-inch AMOLED screen supports a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Instead of Sony's 48-megapixel sensor, the main camera is Samsung's 50-megapixel sensor.
The start of sales of the basic version is scheduled for June 6, the Pro version - for June 12, the maximum - at the beginning of July.