Vivo X90 series is rolling out internationally
Vivo X90 series is rolling out internationally. The vivo X90 and vivo X90 Pro, both of which are powered by the Dimensity 9200 processor, were first released in China in November 2022. There’s no telling whether or when the X90 Pro+ will leave China, but it’s available in the country.
The X90 Pro is based on the same hardware as the regular X90. Both have a 6.78-inch, 10-bit AMOLED screen that can refresh at up to 120Hz and show an image at a maximum resolution of 1260p. They’re almost identical in size and provide quick charging at 120W through a wired connection. The cameras have another thing in common: they were all calibrated by Zeiss.
Vivo X90 series is rolling out internationally.
The Super Night Video in 4K and AI Night View modes is made possible by the vivo V2 Image Signal Processor (ISP) included in the X90 and X90 Pro. The former can capture movies in low-light conditions, while the latter can gather 10 RAW photos, preserve high dynamic range (HDR), and fine-tune the colours and tones of each scene.
Vivo X90 Specification
In addition to its 50MP primary shooter, the vivo X90 has a 12MP ultrawide and a 12MP 2x telephoto shooter. The Sony IMX989 sensor in the X90 Pro’s primary 50-megapixel camera is a significant upgrade over its forerunner.
Vivo X90 Pro Specification
There’s also a 50MP 2x telephoto and a 12MP ultrawide camera. Vivo’s release did not provide pricing details for these mobile devices. We only know that the vivo X90 will be available in black and blue in Hong Kong, Taiwan, India, Thailand, and Malaysia markets. The vivo X90 Pro will only be sold in its single available colour, Legendary Black, which has a leather-like pattern on the device’s rear. The prospective markets are as follows:
- European countries of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain
- Eastern European countries of Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, and Romania
- Slavic countries of Croatia, Slovenia, Greece, and Serbia
- Asian countries of Hong Kong, Taiwan, India, Thailand, and Malaysia