In recent years, Vivo has continuously launched mid-range price phones, giving users good value for money. With X50 Pro, the manufacturer decided to move in a different direction and compete in the high-end market. As a line in the high-priced segment, the back of the device is made of frosted glass.
The device gives users an impressive visual experience through a brilliant OLED screen, while providing high-speed 5G network connection technology and a most advanced camera cluster on the market. Not only possessing an eye-catching design and providing a comfortable hand-holding experience, the device also has various useful and advanced features.
The main 48MP camera cluster of the device is placed on a physical anti-shake mechanism. This is a mechanism that has been adopted by the film industry to provide stable video recording with no flicker even during sudden movements. The X50 Pro’s 5-axis anti-shake system works for the camera sensor to automatically change position to provide the smoothest shooting experience.
The main camera of the device is supported by a 13MP ultra-wide-angle camera lens, a dedicated camera for taking photos with 8MP fonts and an 8MP sensor with the ability to zoom in on the scene with a maximum distance of 5x.
The device is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chip, accompanied by 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory. The device uses an OLED panel, which makes all content on the screen displayed in a brilliant and sharp way, and also provides a smooth experience through the ability to support 90Hz refresh rate.
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Vivo X50 Pro Specifications
- Screen: 6.56-inch AMOLED 2376 x 1080 pixels
- CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G
- RAM: 8GB
- Rear camera: 48MP + 8MP + 8MP + 13MP
- Front camera: 32MP
- Internal memory: 256GB
- Size: 158.5 x 72.8 x 8 mm
- Mass: 181 grams
- The battery: 4315 mAh
Vivo X50 Pro: Design
Vivo X50 Pro has a modern design language, with a back made entirely of glass, giving it a solid feel in the hand. The camera cluster on the back of the X50 Pro is quite large, placed at an angle, so it will cause the phone to be updated if you use it on a table.
The back of the X50 Pro is seamlessly paired with the front through a metal bezel. Located along the right edge of this bezel is a power button along with a cluster of volume up and down buttons. These buttons are placed in a medium position and have good bounce, providing a comfortable feeling during use.
Located on the bottom edge of the device is a USB Type-C connector, along with an external speaker strip and a microphone on either side. With a body thickness of only 8mm, the X50 Pro is one of the thinnest 5G-enabled devices on the market. For comparison, the device has a slimmer appearance than the Huawei P40 and Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
The entire front of the X50 Pro is completely occupied by a 6.56-inch AMOLED screen. The screen possesses advanced features, including support for HDR10+ display, DCI-P3 color coverage, high scanning frequency and focusing speed.
The fingerprint sensor of the device is optical, hidden below the screen, similar to most high-end phone models released this year. The sensor has a fast and accurate fingerprint reading speed, providing a good experience during use.
Vivo X50 Pro: Screen
Vivo X50 Pro is equipped with an AMOLED screen with a diagonal size of 6.56 inches, delivering impressive image quality with vibrant display colors. The screen has a very high brightness and contrast index, providing a good experience when watching movies.
Vivo X50 Pro’s screen is curved on both sides, allowing users to hold the phone comfortably and without straining their hands. Vivo chose a solution to cut holes in the screen to make space for the selfie camera. This hole is located on the left corner of the screen and is quite small in size, does not affect the daily use experience much.
The Vivo X50 Pro screen is encased in a rather small bezel and takes up most of the body area.
Vivo X50 Pro: Camera
- Unique physical anti-vibration mechanism
- 48MP main camera, 13MP super wide-angle camera, 8MP telephoto camera, 8MP font removal camera
- Good low-light photography
One of the strongest points of Vivo X50 Pro lies in its ability to take pictures with high flexibility. The main camera of the device uses a 48MP sensor, placed above a 5-axis physical stabilization system. According to the manufacturer, this anti-shake mechanism is many times more stable than the optical stabilization of other camera systems on the market.
At the present time, Vivo X50 Pro is the first model to apply this technology. And when combined with autofocus technology, users can shoot videos with confidence without worrying about shake even while moving.
By default, the device’s 48MP lens will use pixel binning technology to output 12MP photos. However, users can also take photos with the full resolution of 48MP by changing in the settings of the camera app.
Accompanying the main camera with impressive physical stabilization technology is an 8MP sensor with the ability to optically zoom in at a maximum distance of 5x. The photos taken with this lens have true color and high detail. Its ultra-wide-angle camera delivers sharp, high-resolution photos, even in border details.
Vivo X50 Pro: Performance
Hidden inside the shell of Vivo X50 Pro is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chip. The chip is integrated with Adreno 620 GPU and 5G modem, once considered the top performing chip line of last year. So in theory, the performance of the machine is worse than the new models released at the present time, but in reality, the machine still has enough performance to give users a good user experience. smooth.
In addition, the machine also owns a fairly large amount of RAM of 8GB, helping all multitasking tasks be performed seamlessly and quickly. In addition to the 256GB internal memory version that we used in the review, the device is also released with a 128GB version for you to choose from.
Vivo X50 Pro: Battery life
Equipped with a battery with a capacity of 4315 mAh, Vivo X50 Pro offers a long battery life, allowing users to use it comfortably without much worry. During our test, the device can last 8 hours and 21 minutes after surfing the web continuously using wifi network, with screen brightness set at 150 nit.
The device comes with a high-speed charger with a capacity of 33W. Using this charger during the test, the device can fully charge the battery after 1 hour and 10 minutes.
Sold in the high-end price segment, Vivo X50 Pro gives users a complete experience with various useful features. The screen of the device is a high-end OLED type, providing bright and sharp display quality. And yet, the device is also equipped with a camera cluster with a total of 4 lenses, providing the ability to take pictures with high flexibility. Vivo X50 Pro is a good choice if you are looking for a high-end phone with many modern features.
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- Eye-catching design, high build quality
- Brilliant OLED display, 90Hz
- Good performance
- Flexible camera cluster
- Effective physical anti-vibration feature
- Has a high price compared to the segment
- No 3.5mm jack, memory card reader