The smartphone wars continue with vivo now officially launching its X50 series yesterday coming in the form of the X50 and X50 Pro. Forming part of its all-new vivo X50 series of flagship smartphones, the devices are vivo’s commitment towards user-centric designs and innovation. Both the X50 and X50 Pro come packed with professional-grade camera technologies that the company claims are going to ‘revolutionize the mobile photography experience.’
“X50 series is a professional photography flagship smartphone for consumers to record and share the best moments of their lives in a simple way,” said Jet Xu, Head of Middle East and Africa Business, vivo. “With stable shooting capabilities, outstanding lenses and sensors, and an overall advanced camera system, the X50 series flagship devices allow users to capture all of life’s stories with professional quality. These are the first X series devices to be launched globally and we are excited to share the best of our innovative technology and design concepts with consumers.”
In addition to its professional photography capabilities, the X50 series also delivers complete flagship capabilities and support 5G connectivity depending on local market conditions. The insides are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor as well as a high screen refresh rate of 90Hz that enables crisp display across rich media (images, movies, and games) without smears or blurs.
Reflecting the company’s design-driven capabilities, the X50 series smartphones are built with flexible screens making them slimmer, lighter, and more durable than other traditional screens, this makes the X50 one of the slimmest 5G phones ever. In addition, vivo is launching their TWS Earphone Neo that is built to provide a high-quality audio experience that meets the needs of everyday music lovers, like us. The wireless TWS Earphone Neo also come complete with a customized 14.2mm Moving-Coil Unit that delivers a more powerful and full-bodied sound. To find out more (including local pricing) about the X50 series smartphones then see here.