The Vivo X50 Pro’s biggest selling point is its main camera, which sits on a miniaturised gimbal inside the phone and produces more fluid video. However, the difference is only noticeable under fairly extreme conditions. Photo: Ben Sin The Vivo X50 Pro’s biggest selling point is its main camera, which sits on a miniaturised gimbal inside the phone and produces more fluid video. However, the difference is only noticeable under fairly extreme conditions. Photo: Ben Sin
The Vivo X50 Pro’s biggest selling point is its main camera, which sits on a miniaturised gimbal inside the phone and produces more fluid video. However, the difference is only noticeable under fairly extreme conditions. Photo: Ben Sin
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Vivo X50 Pro review: new gimbal camera system captures more fluid videos, but it’s still a work in progress

  • This phone’s built-in gimbal is truly innovative, and acts as a stabiliser for the main camera. It comes into its own for shooting while running or in the dark
  • Vivo’s Funtouch OS is much improved here, the battery lasts all day, the processor is powerful enough to handle any app, and the phone comes 5G-ready

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The Vivo X50 Pro’s biggest selling point is its main camera, which sits on a miniaturised gimbal inside the phone and produces more fluid video. However, the difference is only noticeable under fairly extreme conditions. Photo: Ben Sin The Vivo X50 Pro’s biggest selling point is its main camera, which sits on a miniaturised gimbal inside the phone and produces more fluid video. However, the difference is only noticeable under fairly extreme conditions. Photo: Ben Sin
The Vivo X50 Pro’s biggest selling point is its main camera, which sits on a miniaturised gimbal inside the phone and produces more fluid video. However, the difference is only noticeable under fairly extreme conditions. Photo: Ben Sin
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