Vivo is now present in several European countries, including quite a few of our neighbors, but we are not one of the markets where the X90 Pro serves as an introduction to the extensive portfolio of the lesser-known BBK brand here. However, it has plenty of innovations and interesting features, for example, the X90 Pro+ offers four large camera sensors using a pixel binning solution on the back, but Asia keeps that model for itself.
Not that the X90 Pro should be modest: it also has a 6.78-inch, 10-bit, 120 Hz AMOLED panel, only instead of QHD+ resolution at 1260 x 2800 pixels, which is still sharp. The 32-megapixel front camera hole, the 1 ” type main unit on the back, as well as the 2x, 50 megapixel zoom camera are unchanged, but there is no second, 3.5x zoom unit, and the 48 megapixel ultra-wide module is replaced by a 12 megapixel one.
Vivo also varied with the hardware, although the 4 nm MediaTek Dimensity 9200 could be a worthy challenger to the Snapragon 8 Gen. The battery this time is 4870mAh with 120W wired and 50W wireless charging. The X90 Pro starts with an 8/256 GB configuration and UFS 4.0 storage, and there is a good chance that domestic customers will be left out of this range.