Jerome Chen, CEO of Vivo India, had already announced on his Facebook page about the launch of the Vivo X50 Series in India soon.
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is about to launch its mid-range flagship smartphone X50 series in India next month. The company launched this smartphone in the domestic market earlier this month. Jerome Chen, CEO of Vivo India, had already announced on his Facebook page about the launch of this smartphone in India soon. According to the report now coming, this flagship smartphone series can be launched in India by the middle of next month.
Vivo India has told through its social media handle that this smartphone will be launching soon. With this smartphone, Vivo can once again comeback in the premium segment in India. However, the actual date of the launch of the Vivo X52 series has not announced at the moment. Vivo launched the last smartphone Vivo X21 in India in 2018 as its X series. After this smartphone, the company is returning after two years with the new X50 series.
Expected Specification and Features
In the Vivo X50 series, three devices X50, X50 Pro, and X50 Pro Plus will be launched. This smartphone series will mainly be the camera-centric series. The X50 and X50 Pro of this series can launch with a 90Hz refresh rate display, while the X50 Pro Plus can be launched with a 120Hz refresh rate display along with a 6.56-inch display on the phone. The phone can come with up to 12GB of RAM option and up to 256GB of storage. The high-end variants of this series can launch with the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. While the X50 and X50 Pro can be launched with Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G.
Talking about the camera features of the phone, all three smartphones in this series can be launched with a quad rear camera set-up. The back of the X50 Pro can have a 48MP primary sensor, 13MP secondary sensor, third 8MP, and only 8MP fourth sensor. We are expecting a build-in Gimbal module on the phone. The X50 Pro Plus can available with even better camera features. However, till now, the company has not confirmed whether some differences in the variants that can launch in India as compared to the variants launched in China.