For many consumers in Germany, the name Vivo will not say much at this time. This is quite remarkable when you consider that Vivo has a market share of almost 9% of smartphone sales. This puts Vivo in 6th place worldwide and makes it a permanent fixture in the smartphone business.
In October, Vivo announced that it will also be represented in Germany in the future, emphasizing that it wants to have a sustained presence in the European market.
Accordingly, it is not at all unlikely that the Vivo brand name will have a permanent place in the product range of common electronics stores and network operators in the future.
One of the first of these is the Vivo X51, which is already available in China under the name X50 Pro and stands out from the mass of smartphones, particularly with one detail relating to the camera. The following test will show whether the smartphone with integrated gimbal is really convincing.
The data sheet
|Display||16.64 cm (6.55 inches) AMOLED
90Hz, laterally rounded
Resolution: 1 080 x 2 376 pixels (398 ppi)
|Operating system||Android 10
Surface: Funtouch OS
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G|
|Memory||8.0 GB RAM
256 GB memory
|Dimensions||158.46 mm x 72.8 mm x 8.4 mm|
|Front camera||32 megapixels, f/2.45|
|Main camera||Main camera: 48 MP, IMX598, gimbal function, f/1.6
Ultra-wide angle: 8 MP, 120 degrees, macro function included
periscope camera: 8MP, 5x optical, 60x digital
Portrait camera: 13 MP, 50mm focal length, 2x zoom
|Battery capacity||4315 mAh, vivo 33 W FlashCharge|