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the vivo X90 series temperature is equipped with the latest processors and cameras, are you interested?

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In one fell swoop, vivo unveiled its first phone with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and its first Dimensity 9200 SoC. We are, of course, talking about the vivo X90 series, which will go on sale in China in the coming weeks.

And while it’s exciting to see the new chipset in action, the main goal of the X90 series is to be the best camera phone on the market. The pros have a 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor with f/1.75 apertures and OIS, not to mention all the work Zeiss has done on the lenses.

Of course, it can only be a The The best and that honor goes to vivo X90 Pro+. This is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 we mentioned, but it also has proprietary periscope and ultrawide modules. The Ultra Wide camera doesn’t have the widest distance (114 degrees), but its lens is designed for low distortion, which means less digital perspective correction is needed.

As for the periscope lens, it has a focal length of 90mm, which means 3.5x optical zoom and up to 100x digital zoom. The high-resolution 64MP sensor helps bring out extra detail. There’s another telephoto lens on board, a 50mm portrait camera with a 50MP sensor and a bright f/1.6 aperture.

The Vivo X90 Pro has the same main and portrait cameras, but loses reach and the ultra-wide module is downsized to a 12MP sensor and 108-degree lens.

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The vanilla vivo X90 goes even further – it loses the main IMX989 sensor and instead gets a 1/1.49″ 50MP sensor. Additionally, the 50mm camera is upgraded to a 12MP sensor. However, it has a powerful chipset and an auxiliary vivo V2 ISP to do image processing, just like the other two.

Weekly survey: vivo X90 series temperature is equipped with the latest processors and cameras, are you interested?

There are several other reasons to choose Pro+ over others. All three devices have 6.78-inch 120Hz AMOLED displays, but only the Pro+ has an LTPO4 panel with a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels. The other two skip LTPO and go down to 1260 x 2800 pixel resolution. And they use the Dimensity 9200 chipset, if that wasn’t obvious, but we haven’t tested it against the Snapdragon yet (we’ve only seen leaked benchmarks so far).

There are also differences in shipping. Battery capacity is about the same, but the X90 Pro has the fastest charging support – 120W wired (0-50% in 8 minutes) and 50W wireless. Pro+ is slower with 80W wired charging (and still 50W wireless). The vanilla model holds its own in the wired race with 120W support but lacks wireless charging (the USB-C port is also downgraded to v2.0, in case video output is important to you).

Weekly survey: vivo X90 series temperature is equipped with the latest processors and cameras, are you interested?

The last thing – pricing. vivo has only announced plans to launch it in China at the moment, so those are the prices we’ll have to figure out. The Vivo X90 and X90 Pro are now pre-ordered at CNY3,700 ($515/€500/INR 42,000) and CNY5,000 ($700/€675/INR 57,000), respectively. It will be available from December 6.

The Vivo X90 Pro+ will start at CNY6,500 ($905 / €880 / INR 74,000) once the pre-order goes live on the 28th (it’s also set to release on December 26).


vivo X90 series price for china
vivo X90 series price for china
vivo X90 series price for china

vivo X90 series price for china

These three are without competition for being the first to use their chips. More Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and Dimensity 9200 phones are on the way, and we should see some before the end of the year. However, we can only speculate on its price and we only have rumored specs, so we’ll keep that under control for now.

We’ll just mention the Xiaomi 12S Ultra – it has the same 1-inch IMX989 sensor, along with a 48MP 120mm periscope and 48MP 128-degree wide-angle camera. However, it uses the older Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, and its 6.73-inch QHD+ display is “only” LTPO2 (still 120Hz). The 12/256GB version costs CNY6,500, like the X90 Pro+ (there is a slightly cheaper 8/256GB model for CNY6,000).


Xiaomi 12S Ultra

Xiaomi 12S Ultra

Note: We know the Sharp Aquos R7 and the Leica Leitz Phone 2, but these are boutique devices, not available to buy outside of Japan.

Assuming it went global, would you buy the vivo X90 Pro+? Leaks indicate that the 1-inch IMX989 will be used in more phones. Do you prefer to wait for them? Or is the camera not a major factor for you? Vote below or using this page. All this assuming, of course, that the Pro+ is available near you.

What about the Vivo X90 Pro? The zoom isn’t great, but it could be better value – vote below if you’re interested (or use this page if it doesn’t).

Finally, the Vivo X90 – any takers? Vote below or using this page.

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