Vivo X50 Pro teaser shows camera details, gimbal-like camera

Vivo X50 Pro teaser shows camera details, gimbal-like camera

The second quarter of 2020 became a very interesting moment because Chinese mobile manufacturers seem increasingly massive in issuing flagship phones with special features. The Vivo X50 Pro teaser spread on Weibo. Reveal details of the advanced photography features of the new Vivo flagship phone.

For information, at the end of May 2020 there will be another flagship phone. The Realme X3 Superzoom which carries special photography features.

The presence of the Vivo X50 Pro can be a match for the Realme X3 Superzoom.

In the teaser video, it was revealed that the image stabilization system of the Vivo X50 Pro likes impressive gimbal.

Last week, Vivo released a teaser that the X50 Pro will be the first phone to use the latest Samsung ISOCELL GN1 50 MP sensor. Samsung claims that the Samsung ISOCELL GN1 50 MP sensor is the first sensor to have Dual Pixel and Tetracell technology and has 1.2 µm pixels.

Some of the features available include Smart-ISO, real-time HDR, and EIS as well as 8K support for 30 fps video recording.

On Weibo, a popular leaker called Digital Chat Station shows that the Vivo phone will also use a Sony sensor to one of its four cameras.

The flagship sensor combination between Samsung and Sony makes the Vivo X50 Pro become a phone with a top camera feature.

Quad camera with pretty camera module design

In another rendering that also circulates on Weibo, the Vivo X50 Pro carries a pretty camera module design.

Although the 4 rear cameras have a fairly jumbo size, the square on the back presents a beautiful design. The four cameras will be accompanied by three LED flashlights.

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The above settings seem to make the Vivo X50 Pro will have the ability to capture photos better in low light conditions.

Unlike the back, the Vivo X50 Pro only has a single camera on the punch-hole.

Quoted from GSM Arena, Vivo X50 Pro will debut in China on June 1, 2020.

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