This Malaysian National Day short film was shot entirely on a vivo x50 Pro phone.

"KITA" was filmed entirely on the vivo x50 Pro smartphone.
This Malaysian National Day short film was shot entirely on a vivo x50 Pro phone. 97

Ho Yuhang, a prominent movie producer from Malaysia, has teamed up with vivo to launch a new short film in conjunction with Malaysia’s National Day.

The 9-minute long short film, titled “KITA”, is also the first ever Malaysian-made show to be shot entirely on a vivo smartphone.

“KITA” was premiered earlier yesterday at Golden Screen Cinemas 1 Utama, alongside renowned Malaysian singer, Shila Amzah, whose music was used as the theme song for the short film.

Ho Yuhang is a Malaysian director best known for the Netflix series The Ghost Bride.

With over 16 years in the film industry, he has directed several independent short and feature films and documentaries that were received with international critical acclaim. He’s also an award winner of the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival in 2006.

VIVO X50 Pro Smartphone News Asia Today
The vivo X50 Pro Smartphone .

More on the smartphone used for the shooting of the film, the X50 Pro is vivo’s latest premium 5G smartphone available in Malaysia.

It’s main selling point is the camera — Packing a 48 megapixel main camera with a 60x zoom and a gimbal-like stabilisation system, this is ideally one of the best phones to shoot videos on.

Other specifications include a 6.56″ 90Hz Full HD+ AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 765G processor, a 4,315mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging via USB-C, 8GB of ram, and 256GB of storage space.

The X50 Pro retails at RM3,199 in Malaysia, more information and availability can be obtained via the official vivo website here.

Alfred Lee
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