VIVO X50 Pro+

As scheduled , the VIVO X50 Pro+ flagship smartphone was officially listed today. It comes with a number of selling points, but the most eye-catching features are the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, a 6.56-inch 120Hz screen, and a starting price of 4998 yuan ($714).

VIVO X50 Pro+

The VIVO X50 Pro+ offers two colors of gravity and camel. The former uses AG frosted glass technology, and the latter uses plain leather technology. The VIVO X50 Pro+ sports a 6.56-inch 120Hz hyperbolic OLED hole-punch display with a resolution of 2376×1080 pixels.

In terms of core configuration, the VIVO X50 Pro+ features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and a built-in capacity of 4350mAh large battery, which supports 44W flash charge. The chip supports SA/NSA dual-mode 5G. Based on ARM Cortex-A77 components and 7nm process, it supports LPDDR5 storage and provides strong support for image processing of professional imaging systems. It also supports a 120Hz screen refresh rate and a 240Hz touch screen sampling rate. In other aspects, our protagonist also uses a high-performance HiFi chip CS43131 that can decode DAC independently.

However, the camera is the biggest highlight of this phone. The rear of the machine uses a combination of 50MP super-sensitivity main lens + 32MP professional portrait lens + 13MP periscope telephoto lens + 13MP wide-angle macro lens. By the way, the main camera uses Samsung’s new 50-megapixel ISOCELL GN1 image sensor. The latter comes with a 1/1.3-inch ultra-large bottom, supports multi-full-pixel synthetic focusing, and supports up to 100MP resolution image output. Four lenses cooperate to achieve from 0.6-5x smooth transition of zoom.

VIVO X50 Pro+

In terms of the selling price, the VIVO X50 Pro+ 8GB+128GB version is 4998 yuan; the price of 8GB+256GB version is 5498 yuan ($785); and the price of 12GB+256GB version is 5998 yuan ($857).

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