The current top series of Vivo belonging to BBK Electronics has left China, but the People’s Republic will keep the X90 Pro+ equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Instead, the equally promising MediaTek Dimensity 9200 equipped X90 and X90 Pro made a legal border crossing with different destinations. According to GSM Arena, the X90 will soon be available in Hong Kong, Taiwan, India, Thailand and Malaysia, while the X90 Pro will also be available in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Greece and the Czech Republic.
And in all our neighbors, including Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria and Romania. Good question, what did Hungary do to miss out on the smartphone with an interesting shape. The X90 and X90 Pro share a 6.78″ giant panel with 1260 x 2800 pixels at 120 Hz, 10-bit color depth and AMOLED technology. The 32-megapixel selfie camera is also the same, and the main unit on the back is also 50 megapixels, although the The X90’s 1/1.49″ sensor is much smaller than the 1″ type chip of the Pro version, and only the latter received a 50 megapixel 2x zoom unit, the former has to settle for 12 megapixels.
The 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera is shared, as is the Funtouch interface based on Android 13. There is another difference in the battery: the X90 has a 4810 mAh battery, while the Pro has a 4870 mAh battery, both with 120-watt lightning charging, while the 50-watt wireless is the privilege of the latter. Vivo has not yet specified the prices per region, but it does say that the Pro will come next door with a black leatherette-like back cover.