Vivo X50 series will be launched in India on July 16

Vivo X50

Back in the last month, Vivo introduced the Vivo X50 series in China. That was a promising smartphone lineup featuring decent specifications and an amazing camera simple. Of course, the spotlight is on the Vivo X50 Pro and its gimbal-like image stabilization system dubbed micro cloud system. Now, Vivo is gearing up to launch this smartphone series in India. It’s official, Indian customers just need to wait three days to see the highly-anticipated smartphones landing on their country. The local launch will take place on July 16 at 12:00 pm local time and will more than likely be live-streamed.

Meanwhile, the company is running a Capture of the X promo campaign. The winning photo in each of four categories will score the talented photographer a free Vivo X50 Pro. It basically confirms that Indian customers will get both the vanilla and Pro variants of the Vivo X50.

Vivo X50 series specifications

The Vivo X50 series have a very similar display with 6.56-inch and AMOLED quality. The vanilla variant features a flat display while the Pro variant flaunts a waterfall curved finish. When it comes to the refresh rate, the X50 features a 90Hz refresh rate just like the X50 Pro. The Vivo X50 Pro+, on the other hand, has a 120Hz display, however, we don’t know if this latter variant will reach India. All handsets have a punch-hole design to house the selfie snapper.

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Under the hood, the smartphone boasts a Snapdragon 765 SoC which is paired with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of Internal Storage. The flagship Pro Plus, on the other hand, has a better Snapdragon 865 SoC. The Vivo X50 has a 4,200mAh battery, while the X50 Pro boasts a 4,315mAh battery with support for 33W fast-charging. The X50 Pro Plus has a slightly larger 4,350mAh battery with 44W fast-charging.
Of course, the biggest icing on the cake in this smartphone series is one of the camera settings. The Vivo X50 features a Quad-Camera setup comprising a 48MP primary sensor, 13MP portrait, 8MP ultra-wide angles, and 5MP macro modules. The X50 Pro also boasts the same primary, portrait, and ultrawide modules. However, there is an 8MP periscope telephoto module as a fourth sensor.
Vivo India’s Twitter account is also teasing the Vivo TWS Neo. It’s the company’s pair of high-quality earbuds featuring apt X Adaptive and large drivers plus three DeepX modes (tuned voice, bass, and high frequencies). Unfortunately, there’s no date on the teaser. However, it’s safe to assume that they will also take part in the July 16 unveiling.
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