Vivo X90 series was released with cutting-edge chipsets and cameras. Vivo simultaneously introduced the first smartphone to include both the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU and the Dimensity 9200 system-on-a-chip. Naturally, I’m referring to the Vivo X90 series, which will soon be available in China. While it’s great to watch how the new chipsets perform, the X90 series’ primary goal is to provide the finest camera phones.
In addition to Zeiss’s excellent lens work, the two Pros include Sony’s 1″ IMX989 sensor, which allows for large, light-gathering f/1.75 apertures and optical image stabilization. The Vivo X90 Pro+ is, of course, the superb option available. The phone has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, a unique periscope, and ultrawide modules.
Vivo X90 series was released with cutting-edge chipsets and cameras.
The ultrawide camera may not have the broadest field of view (114°), but its lens is optimized to produce little distortion, reducing the need for post-capture digital perspective correction. The periscope lens has a 90mm focal length, which translates to 3.5x optical magnification and up to 100x digital zoom. The high-resolution 64-megapixel sensor aids in capturing finer distinctions.
In addition to the 300mm f/4 lens, there is a 50mm f/1.6 portrait cam with a 50MP sensor. The Vivo X90 Pro retains the primary and portrait cameras but eliminates the periscope and downgrades the ultrawide module to a 12MP sensor and a 108° lens. The IMX989 primary sensor has been removed from the vanilla Vivo X90, and a 1/1.49″ 50MP sensor has been installed. The 50-millimeter lens also has a smaller 12MP sensor.
Nevertheless, the Vivo V2 ISP and a robust chipset aid with picture processing, much like the other two. The IMX989 primary sensor has been removed from the vanilla Vivo X90, and a 1/1.49″ 50MP sensor has been installed. The 50-millimeter lens also has a smaller 12MP sensor.
Vivo X90 series Specifications
Nevertheless, the Vivo V2 ISP and a robust chipset aid with picture processing, much like the other two. Finally, let’s talk about the cost. For the time being, Vivo has only revealed rollout plans for China. Thus the pricing shown above is all we have to work with. Prices for the Vivo X90 start at CNY 3,700 ($515/€500/42,000) and go up to CNY 5,000 ($700/€675/57,000) for the X90 Pro.
On December 6, you may buy one. Pre-orders for the Vivo X90 Pro+ begin on the 28th and will begin at CNY 6,500 ($905/€880/74,000). (it is also slated for release on December 26). Because they were the pioneers in their respective chip categories, these three have no direct competitors.
Vivo X90 series Camera and Battery
There will likely be more smartphones using the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and the Dimensity 9200 before the year is up. However, we have rumors regarding their specifications and costs, so we’ll hold off on that for now. Only the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, with its 1″ IMX989 sensor, 48MP 120mm periscope, and 48MP 128° ultrawide camera, will be mentioned here.
However, the 6.73-inch QHD+ display is “just” LTPO2, and it uses the more dated Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor (still 120Hz). Priced at CNY 6,500 (an 8/256GB version is available for CNY 6,000), the 12/256GB device is on par with the X90 Pro+.