Vivo has prepared for the release of three new smartphones of the flagship X90 series. The most advanced among the new products, the Vivo X90 Pro Plus version received the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, which was announced just a week ago. Thus, this model was the first to be equipped with a new chip.
Although Vivo does not explicitly name the chipset used in the X90 Pro Plus (probably due to a partnership with MediaTek), everything will stop clear when evaluating the characteristics. The other two smartphones in the new lineup, X90 and X90 Pro, use Dimensity 9200 processors. All three devices feature 6.78-inch OLED displays with a 120Hz refresh rate, up to 12GB of RAM, and Android 13 operating system.
All three phones contain Zeiss-branded cameras. Vivo’s main camera lens uses low dispersion glass. The company claims that this, combined with a wide f/1.75 aperture, allows for a 24% increase in the amount of light transmitted to the sensor compared to the “public” version of the Sony IMX989 module. The Pro versions feature a large Type 1 size main sensor. All three models have a 2x fixed-focus telephoto lens designed for portrait photography. The Vivo X90 Pro Plus model is additionally equipped with a second 64-megapixel telephoto module with 3.5x zoom. The younger versions contain 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle modules, while the Pro Plus has a 48-megapixel one.
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The new Vivo X90 and X90 Pro smartphones are already available for pre-order in China. The actual sales of the X90 model will begin on November 30 at a price of about $630, and the X90 Pro will start on December 6 at a price of $770. The top version of Vivo X90 Pro Plus will be available for pre-order from November 28, and sales will start on December 6 at a price of $910.
Source: The Verge