At the beginning of this month, vivo unveiled its latest smartphone innovation: a gimbal optical image stabilization system, which the vivo X50 Pro uses for its main camera sensor instead of a traditional OIS system.
And a good news is that Vivo gonna release in Qatar as well as globally form july onwards.
The X50 Pro was joined in the spotlight by the vanilla X50 and the X50 Pro+ (although confusingly the latter drops the gimbal-like stabilization despite its name implying it's a step up in all areas compared to the Pro).
Vivo X50 Pro / X50 / X50 Pro+ key specifications
The Vivo X50 Pro sports a 6.56-inch AMOLED with waterfall curved edges. It also offers a 90Hz refresh rate, while the Pro+ has a slightly better display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The handset also comes with 180Hz touch sampling rates ensuring a smooth gaming experience. All smartphones in the X50 series sport a punch-hole design and come with a P3 full-color gamut, HDR10+ technology, and a peak brightness of 1300 nit.
The major difference between the devices is the rear camera. The X50 boasts a 48MP camera + 13MP portrait + 8MP wide-angle + 5MP macro lenses combination. We have a 48MP shooter + 13MP portrait + 8MP telephoto + 8MP wide-angle lenses combo in the X50 Pro. The X50 makes use of traditional OIS, while the X50 Pro comes with the gimbal-like image stabilization system.