Vivo X90 series is launching soon to India

The vivo X90 series, introduced in China in November of last year and started its rollout throughout the rest of the world in February, will soon be available in India. This information was divulged by vivo, which published an advertisement for its X90 series on the website that serves as its official presence in India.


It indicates that the X90 series will be “Coming Soon” to the Asian nation but does not provide any other information regarding when it will be released. The X90, X90 Pro, and X90 Pro+ are the three different smartphones included in the X90 series.

Because vivo has specifically highlighted it in its promotional materials, we know that the X90 Pro will be available in the Indian market. The vanilla model will most likely follow the Pro version, but the X90 Pro+ may not arrive in India given that it is now only accessible in China, and there are no signs that this will change shortly.

The X90 Pro+ is only available in China. The vivo X90 and the vivo X90 Pro are powered by the same system on a chip (SoC), the Dimensity 9200. The primary differences between the two phones are their camera configurations and battery capacity.

Vivo X90 series is launching soon to India

You can read a thorough review of the vivo X90 Pro right over here, and you can compare the technical specifications of the X90 with the X90 Pro right over here. The link to our video review may be found below if you are more interested in seeing rather than reading about the X90 Pro.


The main camera on the vivo X90 Pro+ has a resolution of 50 megapixels and a 1-inch sensor, much like the camera on the vivo X90 Pro. However, the camera system also features a 48-megapixel ultrawide unit and a 64-megapixel periscope telephoto, neither available on the X90 Pro.

In addition, it is constructed around a screen with a greater resolution, and it is powered by a processor that is a generational upgrade of the Snapdragon 8 family. On the other hand, its battery capacity is lesser (4,700 mAh as opposed to 4,870 mAh), and its cable charging is slower (80W as opposed to 120W).

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