Vivo is now teasing the launch of its next phone in China: the Vivo X50 Pro. Vivo has already revealed in video teasers that the phone features Quad cameras on the rear, and there is a huge primary camera sensor.
Notably, Vivo has claimed in the past that the gimbal-style camera improves the stabilization output by 200%. The module apparently costs twice to three times as much as conventional ones, and it also takes up much more space to accommodate the suspension parts.More news: 'The Voice': Todd Tilghman Crowned Season 18 Champion
Specifically, this micro gimbal mechanism consists of a magnetic frame controlled by voice coils (similar concept to conventional OIS but further refined), along with a suspension bracket connected to the base with double ball bearings. "Forwarding diffusion, pumping a Vivo audio and video headset, draw today". That's a 6.25-time boost in capture speed under that test condition. The Product Manager of Vivo shared the post on his Weibo profile and revealed that the Vivo X50 Pro is the thinnest 5G phone with a thickness of just 7.4xmm.
Here's a quick comparison of the Vivo X50 Pro gimbal camera against a regular optically-stabilized one on a phone.More news: Venezuela files claim to force Bank of England to hand over gold
Given the better main sensor stabilization, overall the light sensitivity has increased 39%-220%, depending on how steady you have to hold the phone, i.e. the increase is larger in night shots when your camera has to be extremely steady for a decent picture. Seeing that its marketing had recently kicked off, it's expected that Vivo will be announcing the new smartphone's full unveiling sometime soon.More news: Bluetooth Impersonation AttackS — BIAS