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Claiming to redefine photography, Vivo X50 comes in two storage models - 8GB + 128GB at Rs 34,990 and 8GB + 256GB at Rs 37,990, and Vivo X50 Pro 5G is priced at Rs 49,990 for 8GB + 256GB model.
The pre-booking for the newly-launched devices begin today, while the sale will happen next week on July 24. The customers can purchase the new Vivo models on Amazon, clubbed with various offers.
According to the e-commerce giant, customers can get a Rs 2,800 instant cashback on using their HDFC or ICICI debit/credit cards. Fans can also avail the no cost EMI of up to 12 months on the purchase of the Vivo smartphone.
If you wish to upgrade your older phone with this new Vivo model, customers can get an additional discount of up to Rs 3,000 on exchange.
The series was launched in China last month with three models - the Vivo X50, Vivo X50 Pro, and Vivo X50 Pro+. However, the tech company had earlier confirmed that only the Vivo X50 and Vivo X50 Pro models would be launched in India.
The smartphone maker also launched Vivo TWS Neo earbuds at Rs 5,990. The earbuds and its case will be available in two colour options - Moonlight White and Starry Blue.
The company claims that the earbuds have a battery life up to 22.5 hours.
The true wireless earbuds have borrowed design features from the AirPods with large 14.2mm dynamic drivers. It will be packed with Bluetooth v5.2 and IP54 rating that will protect it against dust and water slashes.
Vivo X50 Series specifications:
The Vivo X50 and X50 Pro will feature a 6.56-inch full HD+ (1080 x 2376 pixels) display with 90Hz refresh rate, and are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor which is clubbed with Adreno 620 GPU, 8GB RAM, and 128GB/256GB storage.
Both smartphones were launched with Android 10 OS layered with Fun Touch OS 10 UI.
The two smartphones differ in terms of rear camera set-up and battery. While the Vivo X50 houses a quad camera setup of 48MP+ 13MP+8MP+5MP, the Vivo X50 Pro sports a 48MP+8MP+8MP +13MP. Both the models come with a 32MP front-facing camera.
The Vivo X50 comes backed by a 4,200mAh battery, whereas the Pro variant of the handset houses a 4,315mAh battery with 5G connectivity.
The Vivo X50 series comes in three colour variants - Alpha Grey, Frost Blue, Glaze Black.
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Tech In Times Of Covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the world as we knew it. With almost the entire world in lockdown and a large number of people in self-quarantine, the struggle to get basic necessities is taking a toll on the health of the global citizen.
However, the ongoing crisis didn’t stop some of the best smartphone makers in the world from launching their flagship phones. Several smartphone makers, like Oppo, OnePlus, Xiaomi and Huawei held ‘online-only’ launch events and announced the release of their upcoming phones.
In a bid to live up to the expectations of the tech enthusiasts amid the global pandemic, the smartphone makers brought their A-game and released nifty pieces of gadgets which were running high on tech. Here’s a look at all the smartphones that were launched in the pandemic.
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8 Comments on this Story
Raj21 days ago
Destroy any shop that sells chinese phone. NO MERCY!!!
And keep eye on every traitor who enters these stores. If Indian traitors buy chinese phone, then the deshbhakt Indians need to go and eliminate these traitors.
Just like we need to protect India from pakis and chinese who are external terrorist, we also need to clean up cockroaches (traitors) from inside the country. Let Indian PM destroy external threats and we true Indian needs to clean internal garbage(traitors).
Raj Krishnamurthy23 days ago
Those who buy the Chinese products without thinking, are actually sponsoring and encouraging China to betray us. Be Indian buy Indian boycott Chinese, salute and honour the 20 soldiers killed brutally.
Neeraj Lele23 days ago
one side you right articles that India shlould boycott Chinese products and on other side you write such a big article about features of chines phone, various discounts and promote it!!!