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If you lean closer to camera tech, finding the best Chinese smartphone is harder than ever. But we have a suggestion for you: the Vivo Mobile Phone. The X50 Pro uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G to run the backend, while the camera itself uses a gimbal system for better snaps. It has several features that make it a top-rated smartphone.
For those who want more camera tech in their smartphones, the Vivo Mobile Phone offers its own gimbal camera, along with great color and quality to boot, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset to wrap it all up.
Powering the Vivo X50 Pro is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset. It’s a drop down from the 865 found inside the One Plus 8, but still handles Fortnite, PUBG Mobile, and Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. As for the camera, it doesn’t quite match the OnePLus 8 Pro, but it sure tries. It captures colors with vibrant accuracy, even in low light conditions. Contrast is quite good, but there tends to be a lack of sharpness in some areas—especially when you zoom in.
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Lasting the entire day isn’t on the Vivo Mobile Phone’s to-do list, but it does well enough. On a single charge, you’ll get up to 9 hours. If you use it frequently, you can expect about 5 to 6 hours, depending on what you’re doing.
At this point in time, a 90Hz is commonplace, but that doesn’t stop the Vivo Mobile Phone from utilizing it well. Animations and scrolling are smoother than ever. Just as important is the resolution itself; the 2376×1080 looks tasty, along with good color saturation and pixel count. Be sure to also take a look at our Unihertz Jelly Pro review.
The Vivo Mobile Phone has a nice matte finish to ward off fingerprints, and curved aluminum sides for extra strength. However, there’s one major flaw: the camera module juts out, making it so you’re one step away from having a bad accident. Despite looking good and premium, the Ulefone Armor is ready to take a beating.
On one hand, X50 Pro Vivo Phones are priced fairly; on the other hand, you could save a little more with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, though it’d be hard to pass on its Snapdragon chipset. It’s still a well-rounded smartphone with an even better camera, but is often outclassed by more well-known competitors.
The Vivo Mobile Phone is by no means a terrible smartphone—it’s quite good in its own right. If you’re stuck on a budget, we’d suggest this. Its Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset opens up some solid gaming and acts out its processes with precision and speed, along with a great camera. But if you have more wiggle room, look for something with more of an identity.