Vivo V50 and Vivo V50 Pro are flagship smartphones from Vivo inventory launched last month available in China. But today, we have got a leak suggesting that the company is planning to launch them in several markets across the globe.
The tip doesn't confirm which markets are going to get them, but what known is only Vivo X50, and Vivo X50 Pro will launch by the third week of July, which means that Vivo X50 Pro plus won't be coming to a majority of these markets. Another leak suggests that India will be the first in the line to get Vivo X50 and Vivo X50 Pro along with the Vivo X50 Pro Plus.
As for the specifications, Vivo X50 Pro models come powered via Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Chipset paired with an 8 GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage in the base variant. In contrast, vanilla X50 comes with a mid-range Snapdragon 765G chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and either 128GB or 256GB of internal storage.
All smartphones of Vivo X50 Series comes with a 90Hz display and an in-display fingerprint scanner. The only difference to spot from the front is curved display, Vivo X50 pro models come with curved AMOLED display like OnePlus, while vanilla X50 has regular 3D flat AMOLED Display.
The main highlight of the Vivo X50 Pro is its camera sensor. The Vivo X50 Pro comes with a Samsung's all-new 50MP sensor known as ISOCELL GN1. Samsung GN1 has 1.2-micrometer pixels, famous for image stabilization. It is the first image sensor in the world that comes with both dual pixels and tetra cell technologies capable of producing high quality 12.5 MP images, along with this the camera has a gimbal setup capable of auto-adjust on shake for extra stability.
There is no official information or any tip about the pricing of Vivo X50 smartphones. The price of vanilla X50 in China starts at CNY 3498, which roughly translates to INR 38,000 ($508, 407 Pounds in Europe). Vivo X50 Pro price starts at CNY 4298, which roughly translates to INR 42,000 ($608, 487 Pounds in Europe).
The price of Vivo X50 and X50 Pro in India might stick close, possibly the same as China, but for other markets, it's likely to increase by 50 dollars or pounds.