Vivo X50 Pro+ alexanderwang limited edition has made it to the headlines today after the company shared details of this model’s debut.
Vivo X50 made waves when it launched back in June. The three models included on the series, X50, X50 Pro and X50 Pro+ featured top of the line camera system incorporating new features. Vivo X50 Pro+ is the flagship between the three, offering top-notch Qualcomm Silicon and a slightly upgraded camera setup. Seeing that this is a flagship smartphone, Vivo is now pushing the X50 Pro + in a limited edition package.
X50 Pro+ alexanderwang limited edition smartphone will officially launch on September 17. The device will be available in limited quantities, maxing out at 1000 pieces. The design of the X50 Pro+ largely remains the same. The main difference here is the new Black color scheme with rainbow-colored wang logo at the back and vivo alexanderwang text written below it.
I have to admit that this new color scheme is looking great-Black does give a striking appeal to smartphones not to mention the logo accents found here. The rest of the design and the internals of the smartphone remains the same. Vivo X50 Pro+ alexanderwang limited edition price is set at 5998 yuan approximately Rs.65,000.
Vivo X50 Pro+ specifications
The device features a 6.56-inch display with 1080 x 2376 pixels resolution. The display panel also incorporates a 120Hz refresh rate as well. Under the hood is the Snapdragon 865 paired with 8/12GB RAM depending on the storage options you choose. There are also 128/256GB storage options available with these configurations with no expansion available.
The main highlight of the X50 Pro+ is the camera. There’s a quad-camera setup featuring a primary 50 Megapixel sensor paired with a 30 Megapixel sensor and two other 13 Megapixel sensors. Powering the device is a 4350 mAh battery with support for 44W fast charging. Price of the Vivo X50 Pro+ is set at $789 which sounds reasonable considering you get a top-notch camera system and internals to match.
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