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Vivo is close to launching the X50 and X50 Pro outside China

Vivo announced early June of the new X50 series phones, which include three phones: (X50) X50, (X50 Pro) X50 Pro, and (X50 Pro Plus) + X50 Pro. The latter two came with exceptional imaging capabilities, while the first is the world's thinnest 5G phone.

Since the announcement of the phones, it has been available naturally in China, the country of the manufacturer, and now a new report stated that the company intends to launch phones in a number of markets outside China.

The report, published by PlayfulDroid.com, stated that (Vivo) plans to launch (X50) and (X50 Pro) in a number of markets starting from July 16 and 17, and mentioned some markets in East Asia, such as: Malaysia and Thailand.

It is noteworthy that the X50 Pro Plus phone is the first smartphone to use the new Samsung ISOCELL GN1 1 / 1.3 imaging sensor, with a 50-megapixel lens and f / 1.6 lens, and the phone is the first to combine ISOCELL sensors and Tetracell technology. It can produce 12.5-megapixel still images in a collage, with large pixels of 2.4.

The phone - which comes with a thickness of 8.04 mm, and weighs 181.5 grams - offers a 6.56-inch OLED screen with + FHD + accuracy, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is curved on both sides, and includes a hole for the front camera that comes with a 32-megapixel camera and a lens aperture f / 2.45, supports HDR10 +.

The phone contains the latest Qualcomm (Snapdragon 865) processors, 8 GB or 12 GB LPDDR4X RAM, and 128 GB or 256 GB UFS internal storage. The phone also has a 4,315 mAh battery with support for 44 watts of fast charging technology.

As for the phone (X50 Pro), it shares the phone (X50 Pro Plus) with a number of specifications, such as: thickness and weight, and differs from it at the screen refresh rate as it comes here at a rate of 90 Hz instead of 120 Hz, as well as the capacity of the battery that supports fast charging capacity of 33 Watts instead of 44 Watts, and shares storage capacity.

Regarding the cameras, the phone shares the specifications of the X50 Pro Plus with the specifications of the second, third and fourth cameras, while the main camera uses a 48-megapixel Sony IMX598 sensor, with optical stabilization technology similar to gimbals. It also shares the accuracy of the front camera.

The X50 - which weighs 170 grams and comes in a thickness of 7.49 mm, provides the same specifications as the X50 Pro, including the flat screen. It also offers the same processor type and memory specifications, and the battery comes with a capacity of 4,200 mAh with a capacity of 33 watts.

The X50 also provides almost the same specifications of the rear and front cameras, except that the main camera comes with a four-axis optical image stabilizer, the second camera with f / 2.48 lens aperture, and the third without periscope zoom technology, and the fourth 5-megapixel camera, with f lens size / 2.48, and super-close-up imaging of objects beyond 1.5 cm.