The last time you read about Vivo’s upcoming X50 series smartphones was in this article, where we talked about the new Vivo X50 Pro 5G and some of its features. In that article, we had also talked about the likelihood of the company launching multiple handsets under the X50 moniker, with the first two being the Vivo X50 Pro and the Vivo X50. Less than a week later, we have some additional information about both these handsets. In the previous article, we did not have a clear look at the design of the handset because only the rear camera module was visible. Recently, however, renders of both the handsets have appeared on the Chinese e-commerce website JD.com. These renders give us a clear indication of what the new X50 series look like from the front and the rear. Apart from the renders, we have also managed to come across a Geekbench result pertaining to a new Vivo handset with the model number V2005A — which believe is nothing but the Vivo X50.
Before we take a look at the renders, here is s screenshot of the Geekbench listing
Vixo X50 Geekbench score
From the listing, it is evident that this handset gets a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC with octa cores and a base frequency of 1.8GHz. The phone also appears to come with 8GB of RAM, and it runs Android 10 as well.
Now let’s take a look at the renders that have appeared on JD.com.
Vivo X50 renders
From the renders above, we can see that the Vivo X50 gets a quad-camera setup at the rear. The handset also gets a 2.5D curved display as well as a punch hole for the front-facing camera. The rest of the specifications of the handset remain under wraps for now.
Vivo X50 Pro renders
As for the Vivo X50 Pro, we can see that this handset gets a curved display as opposed to the standard panel we saw on the X50. The rear camera setup on this phone also comprises of four cameras, except the layout is slightly different in this case. The large periscope camera is of particular interest to us thanks to its sheer size. Again, we still do not know the rest of the specifications of this handset.
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