The external appearance of the Vivo X90 series has become extremely uniform, the X90 Pro and Pro+ are hard to distinguish at first glance, the X9 is only clear because it has a non-leather back panel compared to the other two models and is light blue. The display size is also correct, both the X90 and X90 Pro have a 6.78-inch curved AMOLED panel with a camera hole, QHD+ resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate, but unlike the Pro+, their maximum point white luminance is “only” 1300 nits.
Vivo X90 [+]
In addition, the Pro also received the camera set of the Pro+ with the 1″ main sensor, the 64 and 50 megapixel periscope and full camera, and the 48 megapixel ultra-wide with Vivo’s own new generation ISP. The X90 also has the latter, but only here a 50-megapixel, f/1.75 Sony IMX866 main camera, a 12 megapixel Sony IMX663 ultra-wide-angle unit and a 12-megapixel full-lens unit with 2x optical zoom (also IMX663) you have to manage.
While the Pro+ works with Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line chipset, the X90 and X90 Pro received MediaTek’s latest premium chip in the form of the Dimensity 9200, which was also the first on the market to be associated with different memory configurations, from 8 to 12 GB of system memory and from 128 to 512 GB of internal storage. The devices can be charged with a power of 120 watts, the X90 has a 4,810 mAh battery, and the X90 Pro has a 4,870 mAh battery, and in the case of the latter device, 50-watt wireless charging is also an option.
We hope that further details of the specification together with the product page will be available soon, in the meantime you can browse the infographic in Chinese and the prices: you can get the basic X90 in the 8/128 GB configuration for 3,700 yuan (205,000 HUF) , and the 12/512 GB version costs 5,000 yuan (HUF 277,000). You have to pay the same for the X90 Pro with a basic memory package (8/256 GB), which can be upgraded to 12/512 GB for 6,000 yuan (332,000 forints).