Equipped with the Dimensity 9200 chipset, the vivo X90 and X90 Pro promise a similar level of performance to future flagships with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 at a more competitive price.
Already appearing in the online archive of Geekbench results, the vivo X90 Pro delivers an impressive leap in performance compared to the current generation flagship phones. But other attractive features, such as the impressive camera arrangement and 120W fast charging feature, are also on the list of advantages.
According to information extracted from the official presentation flyers, the X90 Pro comes with a main camera equipped for the first time with the Sony IMX989, a “1-inch” class sensor coupled with f/1.75 aperture lenses. The arrangement also includes a 48MP ultrawide camera (Sony IMX598) and two telephoto cameras, 50MP with IMX758 sensor and 50mm equivalent focal length, and 60MP with 90mm equivalent periscope lens (3.5x optical zoom). Image processing is provided with V2 ISP, an image processor developed by the Chinese manufacturer to improve pictures taken in low light conditions.
The vivo X90 features a 4810mAh dual-cell battery, while the X90 Pro gets a 4870mAh battery in a similar configuration. Certainly, both support fast charging at 120W via USB-C. The list of features is completed with support for fast charging at up to 50W power in the company of a Vivo-approved adapter.
The firmware shipped is OriginOS 3, an adaptation of Android 13 with custom UI and set of apps.
Prices start at the equivalent of $518 in Chinese store offerings in the vivo X90 trim with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, going up to $700 for the vivo X90 Pro model with 8GB/256GB memory. At the moment, no information is available on a possible global release of this series of phones.