Vivo has teased its next flagship smartphone, the Vivo X50 5G. A video posted on Weibo reveals the rear camera cluster of Vivo X50, with a periscope telephoto camera, two cameras that look normal, and one super-large main camera.
In the video, there is also a clip where the rear camera assembly of Vivo X50 is rotated in different directions while placed on a gimbal, suggesting that the anti-shake feature will be very impressive.
Vivo has revealed this vibration reduction feature on its Apex 2020 smartphone, but so far it hasn’t been launched. Accordingly, Vivo’s image stabilization system is designed based on the mechanism of the chameleon eye, enabling it to rotate in many different directions without the image shaking.
Vivo teases Vivo X50 5G with gimbal-like stabilization.
This vibration reduction technology is claimed by Vivo to be 200% more effective than current optical image stabilization. It seems that Vivo X50 will be the first commercial smartphone to be launched with this anti-vibration technology.
The second impression of the camera cluster on Vivo X50 is the super large main lens. In another video on Weibo, Vivo X50 also showed off impressive low-light capabilities. Perhaps in part because of the huge camera lens that captures more light.
It is likely that the Vivo X50 will be equipped with the main ISOCELL GN1 sensor, which Samsung just launched yesterday. This sensor has a fairly large size of 1 / 1.3 inch, and pixel 2.4μm. Perhaps due to the large size of the GN1 sensor and the huge anti-vibration technology, the main camera of Vivo X50 is so big.
Besides, Vivo X50 is also equipped with a telephoto camera with periscope lens. Like on the Apex 2020, the periscope lens is capable of 5x-7x optical zoom, and the internal lenses actually move. On the rear camera cluster of Vivo X50 also has a focal length range of 16-135, meaning there is 5x optical zoom compared to the 27mm focal length of the main camera.
Vivo X50 5G design.
Vivo X50 5G has also been confirmed to launch on June 1.