Vivo has recently launched two smartphones India, they being the X50 series of smartphones which were one of the many smartphones launched by Vivo globally till last month.
Vivo X50 and X50 pro both belong to the premium category with sleek design and flagship grade specifications.
There are multiple differences between the two, but the what makes Vivo X50 pro special is the Gimble camera system.
You must be wondering what is Gimble?
Gimble is a camera stabilizing tech mostly seen in expensive professional camera stands mostly used in movies to a crystal clear and well-focused image. Vivo came up with a concentrated or miniatured version of the tech in X50 pro.
Which in simple words, while clicking photos or recording videos the gimble tech in the phone eliminated the inevitable shake of the camera and makes the result more stable.
To explain more in detail the company has kept a tiny animated clip to explain the gimble way of shooting and clicking things and in the end result you can clearly notice the more stable and condensed results.
Apart from that, a set of a neat hardware gives X50 pro a edge not just over X50, but all the other smartphones whose main focus is camera.
Talking about rest of the camera system, gimble is not the only thing which is premium, apart from that the primary 48 MP camera from Sony also works very smooth.
It is also equipped with a rapid F1.6 lens which works decently. Then there is an 8-megapixel super-wide camera coupled 8-megapixel camera with a 5x telephoto lens.
There’s another 13 MP camera with a purpose of capturing profundity of snobby photos.
The whole camera system works well in sync and the overall performance along with the Gimble tech is better than other phones with a more expensive price tag on them.