The characteristics of the new Vivo X90, the devices with which the Chinese manufacturer aspires to fight in the high range

The manufacturer of electronic products Vivo presented this Tuesday a new series of Vivo X90 smartphonesintegrated by the X90, X90 Pro and X90 Pro+ modelsthree versions that are committed to outstanding photographic results thanks to the innovations of its camera and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.

All models offer a 6.78-inch curved Amoled screenwith a refresh rate of 120 Hz and the panels output 10-bit colors with a maximum brightness of up to 1,300 nits.

All three devices too share a similar design, since they are covered in synthetic leather on the back crossed by a horizontal metal strip. They can be found in the colors black and red, plus a blue version for the X90 model.






The sensors that integrate the camera module of the Vivo X90.

As for the flagship, the Vivo X90 Pro +, uses the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and 12 GB RAM, with options of 256 or 512 GB of UFS 4.0 storage. In addition, all of this is connected to a 8,900 square mm vapor chamber to keep the performance stable.

The battery is 4,870 mAh and the wired charging system supports up to 80 watts, with which the battery reaches a full charge in 33 minutes, and wireless charging includes up to 50W.

The novelty of the cameras

The newest thing about the X90 Pro+ is the technology that Vivo has used in its main camera, which uses a 50 megapixel sensor 1-inch IMX989, with f/1.75 lens aperture, letting in more light.

Furthermore, it is equipped with a telephoto lens90mm periscope type with a 64MP sensor. also has a 50-megapixel portrait mode lens (IMX758) and a fourth wide angle of 48 megapixels.






In addition to their outstanding cameras, these devices have a state-of-the-art processor.

The first three cameras have OIS (optical stabilization), autofocus and are assisted by a laser system. As for the front camera, it has a 32 MP sensor with an f/2.45 aperture, a feature shared by the entire series.

Vivo X90 Pro+ also has the ability to record 8K video at 30fps. But in addition, it has a 14-bit RAW video mode and the camera can be calibrated to choose between Zeiss Natural Color 2.0 or Vivo Vivid Color mode.

This equipment completes its features with a 6.78-inch screen made with an AMOLED panel, which offers a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels in a 20:9 format. It reaches a brightness of 1,800 nits and has a refresh rate of 120Hz.

I live X90 and X90 Pro

As for the lower models, they share some features with the Pro+. However, its processor is from the MediaTek firm, the Dimensity 9,200, and they are found in versions with 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM and 256 or 512 GB of storage.

The battery is also 4,870 mAh for both models. But in its wired charging it supports up to 120W, which recharges half in eight minutes, and in the X90 Pro version it includes the option of 50W wireless charging.

Its rear cameras include on the X90 model a 50-megapixel Sony IM866 sensor, an f/1.75 lens aperture, and OIS. In the Pro model it is upgraded to a Sony IMX989 main sensor, albeit with the same aperture.







The Vivo X90 Pro+ has the ability to record 8K video at 30fps.

Similarly, in the Vivo X90 Pro a couple of telephoto modules are added: a 50 MP IMX758 portrait lens and a 64 MP periscope module and digital zoom of up to 100x.

The three cell phones integrate an optical fingerprint reader under the screen and, in the case of the Pro+, an ultrasonic reader is also included under the screen. The system used for all three is Android 13. In terms of connectivity, they have 5G, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2. and USB-C compatibility.

They are currently on pre-sale in China; however, they can be definitively purchased from December 6. Regarding international availability, it will be detailed soon.

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