Today, we are getting more and more news concerning the upcoming smartphones. This simply means the world is gradually recovering. Say, today, VIVO announced that it will release the X50 series on June 1.

The ‘VIVO X50 professional video flagship’ on the Weibo tail shows that the highlight of this handset is professional video recording. There are too little models with such focus. So, vloggers and other who like video recording should be quite happy.


Not only that, the company revealed that the VIVO X50 series is equipped with a super-sensitive micro gimbal. It is the first time the X series was introduced with the micro gimbal.

In March of this year, VIVO took the lead with the APEX 2020 concept phone to use the super stable micro PTZ main camera. It is way stronger than OIS (optical image stabilization).

It is reported that the common OIS is more for anti-shake compensation for left-right panning or up-down direction. And the VIVO micro platform structure can maintain the main camera stable shooting when the body is tilted back and forth and left and right.

In addition to image upgrades, the VIVO X50 series may provide the Pro version just like the previous generation.

The information currently available is limited. And it is unclear what kind of processor the VIVO X50 series will carry. It may be equipped with the Exynos 980 processor jointly developed with Samsung. But it may come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G as well.

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In addition, the VIVO X50 series is expected to adopt the punch-hole screen solution. And it may continue the design of the small-aperture punch-hole screen on the X30 series. We are not sure whether it will support a high refresh rate of 90Hz.

Argam Artashyan

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