Vivo recently released the X50 Pro plus as its latest flagship X50 lineup smartphone. The X50 Pro Plus will hit the markets in China starting July 11. And now it seems that the company has another handset under development.
Vivo has teased a new phone on Weibo, dubbed the Alexander Wang Limited Edition. The X50 lineup includes three versions, the X50, X50 Pro, and the X50 Pro Plus. The first two variants are expected to go on sale worldwide on July 16. Could an Alexander Wang-inspired smartphone become a game-changer? Here are all the details.
Vivo X50 Pro Plus Alexander Wang Limited Edition: What We Should Expect
Vivo is expected to launch the Vivo X50 Pro Plus in collaboration with American designer Alexander Wang soon. If the phone manufacturer has not unveiled the smartphone’s design, that shouldn’t be a bother. Some reports suggest a sleek design.
Vivo is not collaborating with Alexander Wang for the first time. Previously, the company released the Vivo X30 Special Edition after a collaboration with the designer. The smartphone has the same specification as the regular X50, but it flaunts a mirror aspect.
The Alexander Wang Limited Edition might vary in design from the regular variant. Vivo has brought its X lineup to fashion enthusiast consumers’ attention before, and now the company has decided to collaborate again with the American designer to release the upcoming version and gain even more popularity. The limited-edition is said to arrive with some new designs featuring a camel color with a leather touch.
Vivo X50 Pro Plus Specs and Features
The Vivo X50 Pro Plus flaunts a 6.56-inch AMOLED display with a 2376 x 1080 pixel resolution. Vivo used a 0.5mm plain leather material for the device, making it feel a bit lighter in weight.
The smartphone houses Qualcomm’s newest Snapdragon 865 chipset paired with 8GB and 12GB RAM, and 128GB and 256GB of space storage.
Vivo X50 Pro Plus features a quad-camera module equipped with a 50MP Samsung Isocell GN1 sensor and a 1/1.3″ pixel size. There are a 32MP portrait lens, a 13MP wide-angle macro shooter, and another 13MP periscope telephoto camera.
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