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Vivo declares X50 flagship series with gimbal-style camera

Vivo declares X50 flagship series with gimbal-style camera

Vivo has formally reported its first flagship phones of 2020, the X50 series. As recently prodded, the key feature is the essential camera’s heavy-duty stabilization system, which Vivo differently thinks about to proficient gimbals and chameleons’ eyes. It recently appeared on Vivo’s Apex 2020 concept phone, however, the organization couldn’t show it off face to face because of the COVID-19 pandemic; presently it’ll be shipping on commercial devices.

The best quality model is the X50 Pro+, which utilizes Samsung’s new 50-megapixel 1/1.3-inch ISOCELL GN1 sensor for the essential camera. The gimbal system utilizes an on-screen “radar” that portrays the lens’ movement and shows when a shot will be steady. The X50 Pro+ and X50 Pro likewise incorporate periscope telephoto cameras, however, the X50 doesn’t.

Vivo hasn’t yet declared full spec sheets for the phones, yet the X50 Pro+ has a Snapdragon 865 processor with the essential X55 5G modem. The screen supports 120Hz revive rates and HDR10+. Vivo says that the standard X50 is the slimmest 5G phone ever at 7.49mm thick, in the interim, proposing a mid-extend gadget that may utilize something like a Snapdragon 765.

That is essentially all Vivo is stating about the X50 lineup for the time being, for reasons unknown, so we’ll need to hold up until we have the device(s) close by to disclose to you more — including the cost and the release date. The organization has a reputation of appearing new equipment includes that end up getting generally received somewhere else, from in-display fingerprint sensors to pop-up selfie cameras, so we’re certainly interested to evaluate the gimbal stabilization for ourselves.

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Gloria Rhonheimer

Gloria Rhonheimer is originally from Newfoundland and now lives in waterloo. Her writing is more inspiring. She has written several articles, she obtained a B.A in English from Memorial University. She worked as a reporter for the A.T daily news before deciding to devote himself full-time to writing.

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