Vivo X50 Pro+ 5G

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UNLOCKED SMARTPHONE: Standalone works with most major 4G LTE U.S. carriers (Verizon and TMobile, rates and plans vary). *SIM card not included.*Doesn’t not work on AT&T;
COMPACT & LIGHT: Literally fits in the palm of your hand and weighs just 2.2 oz. Unlike a smartwatch, it’s truly made…

Last updated on July 21, 2021 5:14 pm

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Price History

Price history for Palm Phone PVG100 (The Small Premium Unlocked Phone) with 32GB Memory and 12MP Camera (Titanium)
Latest updates:
  • $239.00 - July 21, 2021
  • $229.00 - June 21, 2021
  • $249.00 - May 22, 2021
Since: May 22, 2021
  • Highest Price: $249.00 - May 22, 2021
  • Lowest Price: $229.00 - June 21, 2021

Additional information

Specification: Vivo X50 Pro+ 5G

Features 4K Video Recording, Camera, Color Screen, Email, Web, Email Access, Fast Charging, Fingerprint Sensor, Front Camera, Global Ready, GPRS, GPS, Internet Connectivity, MMS (Multimedia Messaging), Music Player, Nano SIM, NFC Connectivity, Rear Camera, Retina Display, Touch Screen, Video Calling, Video Camera, Wi-Fi Capable
rear-camera-pixel-mp 48
Country/Region of Manufacture
Manufacturer Warranty (year) 1
contract Without Contract
Brand Name
vivo Model X50pro
battery-type Not Detachable
rom-g 128
charging-power Other
Origin
item-condition New
operation-system Android
Biometrics Technology In-Screen Fingerprint Recognition
front-camera-quantity 1
biometrics-technology Face Recognition
Connectivity 2G, 3G, 4G+, 5G, Bluetooth, GPRS, GPS, NFC, USB Type-C, WAP, Wi-Fi
Network
Model Number V2005A
Screen Size (in)
memory-card-type No Applicable
camera-resolution-mp 48.0
Model X50 Pro
MPN
Operating System
Processor
Style
lock-status Network Unlocked
sim-card-slot Dual SIM
Manufacturer Color
screen-type Flexible Screen
china-version Yes
touch-screen Yes
cellular LTE
cellular-g 5
CPU Model qualcomm
Qualcomm Model Snapdragon 765G
standby-time Up To 24 Hours
nfc YES
Optical Zoom NO
screen-material AMOLED
cpu-core-quantity Octa Core
Model name VIVO X50 Pro 5G phone
display-revolution 2376x1080P
google-play Support
battery-capacity-mah 4300
fast-charging SuperCharge
language Arabic
display-resolution 2340x1080
ram-g 8
rear-camera-quantity 4
Certification
charging-interface-type TYPE-C
front-camera-pixel-mp 32
Wireless Charging NO
design BAR
sim-card-quantity 2 SIM Card
display-size-inch 6.56
3.5mm Headphone Port NO
battery-mah 4315

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  1. Th3G3ntl3man

    The size turned me on to this phone. It is awesome. The functionality/capableness of this phone is only short lived by its battery life but I still give it 9/10. Why?If you’re looking at this phone for a phone that you wanna spend time on, don’t. It’s not meant to stream Youtube all day. It’s not meant to scroll through Facebook/Instagram all day. It’s not meant to game all day.But it has been able to do any and everything I’ve put it to the test to do and for what I need, this phone is blowing it out of the water.Yes, you can game. You can stream Youtube. You can use Google Maps. You can video chat. You can download practically any app out there.And double yes, the more you do on the phone, the more it runs up that battery. Fast.But I woke up with it at 87 percent charge, went to work, checked for messages/calls occasionally, pulled up business emails, downloaded a store app to scan merchandise with its camera, and ran Google Maps for 10 minutes and got home at the end of a 12 hour day with a 56 percent charge.That’s all I need

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  2. Th3G3ntl3man

    The size turned me on to this phone. It is awesome. The functionality/capableness of this phone is only short lived by its battery life but I still give it 9/10. Why?If you’re looking at this phone for a phone that you wanna spend time on, don’t. It’s not meant to stream Youtube all day. It’s not meant to scroll through Facebook/Instagram all day. It’s not meant to game all day.But it has been able to do any and everything I’ve put it to the test to do and for what I need, this phone is blowing it out of the water.Yes, you can game. You can stream Youtube. You can use Google Maps. You can video chat. You can download practically any app out there.And double yes, the more you do on the phone, the more it runs up that battery. Fast.But I woke up with it at 87 percent charge, went to work, checked for messages/calls occasionally, pulled up business emails, downloaded a store app to scan merchandise with its camera, and ran Google Maps for 10 minutes and got home at the end of a 12 hour day with a 56 percent charge.That’s all I need

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  3. TechnoNurse86

    First, I deducted stars because this phone is not compatible on Verizon. We tried for 2 hours to get this activated but it was a no go. I ended up ordering it directly from Verizon. Before attempting to activate it, I set it up over WiFi. I just love this little phone. I was able to get all my favorite apps on it. I didn’t have any trouble typing on it with the small size. I am in love.I bought this phone for use while I work as a nurse. My giant smartphone doesn’t fit well in my scrub pockets and I don’t have a secure place close by to keep my phone while working. This phone not only will fit in my scrub pocket but it will fit in the little pocket in my scrub top. I did my research and I’m aware that the battery life is not on par with my regular smartphone, but when I’m working I don’t have time to sit around on my phone. I like the LifeMode feature and plan to use it at work. This will keep me connected when I am free. I don’t need a phone to be blowing up with notifications when I can’t get to them right away anyways.

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  4. TechnoNurse86

    First, I deducted stars because this phone is not compatible on Verizon. We tried for 2 hours to get this activated but it was a no go. I ended up ordering it directly from Verizon. Before attempting to activate it, I set it up over WiFi. I just love this little phone. I was able to get all my favorite apps on it. I didn’t have any trouble typing on it with the small size. I am in love.I bought this phone for use while I work as a nurse. My giant smartphone doesn’t fit well in my scrub pockets and I don’t have a secure place close by to keep my phone while working. This phone not only will fit in my scrub pocket but it will fit in the little pocket in my scrub top. I did my research and I’m aware that the battery life is not on par with my regular smartphone, but when I’m working I don’t have time to sit around on my phone. I like the LifeMode feature and plan to use it at work. This will keep me connected when I am free. I don’t need a phone to be blowing up with notifications when I can’t get to them right away anyways.

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  5. Richard K. Patrick

    Narrower than a credit card, and a little longer. This is the phone for people who hate smartphones. It has a tiny, very pretty screen, has a pretty straightforward setup, and looks really, really good. The only dings I have one this phone are its anemic battery life (it drains pretty quickly when you’re using it, but also charges very fast) and lack of labels on the home screen (I was working on a PDA with a nearly identical UI but abandoned it when I found this phone…but mine had the option to turn on icon labels). No biggie, thought.Really nice, slick phone – a minimalist phone while still having basic Android features. This what I envision Steve Jobs as signing off on if he hadn’t died post-iPhone 4 (well, a bit more rounded)UPDATE: One caveat – there are some major annoyances (Android stuff). First, the autocorrect when you type is atrocious – it constantly CONSTANTLY changes text to what it thinks you mean without asking. I HATE HATE HATE that. Secondly, the stupid messaging feature “Smart Reply”…on a phone this small it should be disabled by default. I screwed up a convo with my brother and wound up double ordering a $150 item because the damn phone sent “Yes, please!” instead of my message of “No, I’m good. I already got it.” Same problem with the sleep screen – sometimes swiping up to the home page will inadvertently activate the camera. This is why I hate smartphones (even this minimalize one) – they try to cram too many conveniences into a small space, and they all start to step on each others’ screen space.

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  6. Richard K. Patrick

    Narrower than a credit card, and a little longer. This is the phone for people who hate smartphones. It has a tiny, very pretty screen, has a pretty straightforward setup, and looks really, really good. The only dings I have one this phone are its anemic battery life (it drains pretty quickly when you’re using it, but also charges very fast) and lack of labels on the home screen (I was working on a PDA with a nearly identical UI but abandoned it when I found this phone…but mine had the option to turn on icon labels). No biggie, thought.Really nice, slick phone – a minimalist phone while still having basic Android features. This what I envision Steve Jobs as signing off on if he hadn’t died post-iPhone 4 (well, a bit more rounded)UPDATE: One caveat – there are some major annoyances (Android stuff). First, the autocorrect when you type is atrocious – it constantly CONSTANTLY changes text to what it thinks you mean without asking. I HATE HATE HATE that. Secondly, the stupid messaging feature “Smart Reply”…on a phone this small it should be disabled by default. I screwed up a convo with my brother and wound up double ordering a $150 item because the damn phone sent “Yes, please!” instead of my message of “No, I’m good. I already got it.” Same problem with the sleep screen – sometimes swiping up to the home page will inadvertently activate the camera. This is why I hate smartphones (even this minimalize one) – they try to cram too many conveniences into a small space, and they all start to step on each others’ screen space.

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