Vivo has always been regarded as a mid-range device manufacturer. However, with the latest release of the Vivo X50 Pro, this is certain to change now. Vivo has finally taken its step into the premium segments. Taunted as the company’s most premium phone, the device packs 8GB of RAM and 256GB of ROM. Also, the Gimbal system is an anomaly feature of the device. Read the complete review to discover all the features of the X50 Pro.


The Vivo X50 Pro runs the Snapdragon 765G processor with Adreno 620 GPU. The octa-core processor performs quite well with speed. The device packs a memory of 8GB and non-upgradeable storage of 256GB. The high storage makes sure that you will not receive a message of running out of memory. Coming with the 5G chipset, you can easily play heavy games.

The Android 10 OS certainly enhances the performance of the X50 Pro. The Vivo has done a great job in the battery section. The Vivo X50 Pro is packed with an enormous 4315mAh battery. This will easily last you a day when fully charged. Besides, the device comes out of the box with a 33W charger. It comfortably charges your device from 0-70% under 30 minutes.

The X50 Pro flaunts a quad-camera module. The primary camera brags the gimbal-style stabilization mechanism.  The 48-megapixel Sony IMX598 sensor is used here. To bring the gimbal feature into action, the user must enable it through setting. This feature assists you to stabilize the lens. In addition, the 13-megapixel Bokeh lens, the 8-megapixel telephoto lens, and the 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens also give preferable outcomes. The portrait shots are up to the par. The snaps from the X50 Pro have good detailing and little noise. The picture quality does not deteriorate up to 5X optical zoom. Also, the device incorporates the 60X super-zoom capability.


The Vivo X50 Pro looks like a snazzy, premium device. The curved display of the device is a grabby attribute. Vivo has given birth to a new modish and refined design with the release of X50 Pro. The frosted glass at the back doesn’t attract a lot of fingerprints. However, the phone is quite slippery. The 180gm X50 Pro is one of the slimmest devices of 2020. Also, the rectangular camera array at the back looks alike to the Galaxy S20.

Besides, we have the 6.56-inch 3D curved ultra O display. It generates a resolution of 1080 x 2376 pixels with a 90Hz refresh rate. The OLED display has a 180Hz touch response rate. The Schott Xensation glass protects the device from scratches and physical damages. The device has a very slim bezel running around the display. Also, the cut-off for the selfie camera is very minuscule and is placed at the top left corner.


The Vivo X50 Pro baseline model includes an 8GB of RAM and a 128GB of ROM. The lower-end variant costs Rs.56000 in Nepal. On the other hand, we have the 8GB+256GB mid-range variant. This alternate has a price tag of Rs. 61,000. The lower and mid-range variants are popularly known as the Vivo X50. Other than that, the high-end Vivo X50 Pro costs Rs.80,000. This superior variant packs a memory of 8GB with 256GB storage capacity. 


The new Vivo X50 Pro does not come cheap at Rs.80,000. The price tag certainly breaks your bank. However, the device has a beautiful design and is coupled with top-tier features. The enticing features of Gimbal and the Extreme Night mode keeps it a street ahead of other devices. Yet, disregarding the snapdragon 800 series is a big letdown. However, the majority of Nepalese show the propensity to invest in devices with a better camera. Keeping this in mind, we think that Vivo X50 Pro will be a big hit in the Nepalese market.