Vivo X50 Review: Vivo recently launched the X50 and X50 Pro in India. In terms of look and feel, the two devices look almost identical twins although the processor and camera setup is different.
The Vivo X50 features a 6.56-inch Full HD + AMOLED display, which has a screen resolution of 2376 x 1080 pixels as well as a 90Hz refresh rate, 105 percent NTST color gamut, DCI-P3 and 1300nits brightness. The smartphone is powered by an Adreno 620 GPU with Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor.
It is loaded with four-axis OIS with 48-megapixel primary lens with quad-camera setup, 8-megapixel wide-angle lens with 120-degree FoV, 13-megapixel portrait lens and 5-megapixel macro lens Is f / 2.48 aperture. For the front, there is a 32-megapixel selfie shooter inside the hole-punch cutout with f / 2.48 aperture.
The Vivo X50 Funtouch runs on Android 10 with OS 10.5, and has a 4200mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. Connectivity options on the Vivo X50 include 5G SA / NSA, Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz + 5GHz), Bluetooth 5.1, GPS / GLONASS / Beidou, NFC, USB Type-C.
Vivo X50 is priced at Rs 34,990 for 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, while 8 GB RAM + 256 GB is priced at Rs 37,990. It is available in two color options – Frost Blue and Glaze Black. Today we present a review of Vivo X50 in front of you.
Vivo X50 Review: strong points
The first thing that is really for the Vivo X50 is its build quality and design. It comes with a glass back and metal frame, making it look elegant and comfortable to hold. In addition, when the light falls on the back panel, it shows a double color when the angle is changed. At a thickness of 7.5 mm, it is thinner than the Galaxy S20 with a thickness of 7.9 mm.
The Vivo X50 display is the second element of the phone that will grab your attention. It is lively and viewing or consuming content is a pleasant experience. The placement of the punch hole front camera on the top left corner of the device is well thought out and will not hinder the viewing experience.
The performance of the device is lag-free and one will not get issues even while checking the app, scrolling or gaming.
In the camera department, Vivo has done a great job. Pictures come out well in almost all lighting conditions. However, I would like to add that due to software enhancement, the snaps appear 1-2 tones brighter than the actual picture you see. In this price bracket of Rs 35, video recording capability is good compared to other smartphones, Ooo and image stabilization is stronger during shots.
On a full recharge, the Vivo X50’s battery can last up to a day at moderate usage with no issues, and the fast charging functionality is fairly easy if you need to charge the device.
Vivo X50 Review: Week Points
The Vivo X50 comes with the Funtouch OS running out of the box based on the latest Android 10, and is a weak point of the device. These are a lot of pre-loaded apps that shouldn’t be on premium smartphones.
In addition, the phone asks for unnecessary permissions such as accessing the gallery and theme applications to give you access to the phone which is not required. Also, if you do not give access to the phone, you will not be able to use the two apps mentioned above and the message that will be displayed is that access to storage is required and that too when we have already accessed Be given this. So in a nutshell, the message does not show the exact permission the app is requesting.
The Vivo X50 is one of the best-looking smartphones in its price segment, but Vivo needs to give a serious facelift to the FunTouch OS and it has to be a little careful that it wants to give the user access.
- Built Quality
- UI and permissions