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The Vivo X50 pro is the first phone this year in the X-series after a very long time. The last phone in the X series was the Vivo X21 and it was launched two years ago in 2018. The new Vivo X50 pro aims to the people who use the mobile phone to take pictures and shot videos a lot. The phone features a stabilization technology of its kind that eliminates the need for any external gimbal to shot stable videos without any shakiness or blurriness appear due to the hand or body movement. It also improves the still photography.

 

The Vivo X50 Pro is a stylish phone with a pretty good build quality. It feels premium and quite sturdy while holding in the hands. Vivo X50 has opted for a curved display with thin bezels all around, which gives it an edge-to-edge display impression. At first, you might think of it as a similar design as of Samsung devices due to curved display but that's all. Vivo has adopted a thin, metallic frame for the device, which is something similar to the curved design and the curved rear glass panel. The phone looks slim and sleek. It may get cold to touch in a cold room due to its body. Vivo uses Schott's Xensation Up glass on the front and rear side of the phone to give it scratch protection. The power and volume buttons are easy to reach out to.

 


While the phone has curved sides, it sits well in the hands of users due to the flat top and bottom of the Vivo X50 pro. For connectivity, it uses a USB Type-C port, SIM tray, primary microphone, and speaker at the bottom side. The company has put the primary microphone close to the SIM tray which can be mistaken for the ejector sometimes. The phone is available in alpha grey color only and there is a slight shift in color when light bounces off the back panel. It has a matte, frosted finish which helps to hide any fingerprints or smudges you leave on the phone.

 


The Vivo X50 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor and probably the first phone to be launched in India with this processor. It supports 5G connectivity and available in 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage options. The device features a 6.56-inch AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sampling rate with HDR+ certification. The phone has a quad-camera system with 48-megapixel primary camera and a gimbal stabilization feature. This feature is unique but we don't know so far that if it works or just a hype created by the company.


moto edge


Mobile technology just keeps getting better and better every day. Motorola, the company owned by Lenovo had finally unveiled the much-hyped Moto Edge and Moto Edge Plus. For a few years, the company had been focusing on mid-range and budget-friendly smartphones. The last true flagship from the company was the first generation Moto Z that was launched the way in 2016. Since then, they decided to focus on budget-conscious users. And rather than competition with big giants like Samsung or Huawei, it decided to take baby steps towards re-establishing its brand. The Moto Edge+ simply puts an end to that trend and marks the return of Motorola smartphones in the premium category. The Moto Edge+ offers some top-of-the-line hardware specifications to compete with any big name in the market right now.

The phone's high performance speaks for itself. As it is powered by a very fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC processor. The phone features a powerful triple camera array consisting of 108MP main camera lens, 8MP telephoto lens, and 16MP ultra-wide sensor. Although the camera hardware is impressive as it is, it turns out that the real power of the device lies in several software-based features that further enhance the photography experience of the user.

 

But the biggest selling point or should we say, the only thing that differentiates it from other premium phones is its video enhancement solution, developed by a Swedish company. As per the official sources, the Motorola has collaborated with Imint, to integrate their video stabilization solution on the Motorola Edge plus. This will enable video makers, vloggers to shoot high-quality videos right from their smartphones.

 

The Vidhance video stabilization technology works with active optical image stabilization (OIS) and electronic image stabilization (EIS) to reduce the unwanted shakiness, and motion blur due to sudden movements and shakes. The company claims that the Motorola Edge plus can shoot amazing videos with greater stability even in low-light situations. Vidhance dynamic blur reduction technology helps to minimize the motion blur caused by low shutter speed and abrupt movements.


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