Vivo announced a trio of new smartphones, including the Vivo X90 Pro+ model, which became the first flagship with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Simpler versions of the X90 Pro and X90 came with MediaTek Dimensity 9200 chips.
The top model Vivo X90 Pro+ has a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a QHD+ resolution. Qualcomm 3D Sonic ultrasonic fingerprint scanner is hidden under the display. The X90 Pro and X90 have the same screen sizes with a resolution of 2800×1260 pixels and optical fingerprint scanners.
Also, all presented models have 12 GB of RAM and UFS 4 drives with a capacity of 256 GB. And they all come with OriginOS 3 based on Android 13.
Batteries are different for all models. Vivo X90 Pro+ has a battery with a capacity of 4700 mAh, supports 80-watt wired and 50-watt induction charging. At the same time, the X90 Pro with a larger capacity of 4870 mAh supports 120-watt wired and the same inductive charging, while the X90 with 4810 mAh received only 120-watt wired charging.
Of course, there are also differences in cameras. Vivo X90 Pro+ is equipped with an inch sensor Sony IMX989 with 50 MP, and IMX758 with the same resolution and two times zoom for portrait photos. The 48-megapixel Sony IMX589 will allow you to take ultra-wide-angle photos, and another 64-megapixel sensor will provide 3.5x optical zoom.
The Vivo X90 Pro can also boast of a Sony IMX989 main sensor and a 50-megapixel portrait camera, but its ultra-wide-angle sensor is simpler — Sony IMX663 with 12 MP. And the X90 has a main 50-megapixel Sony IMX866, and the same portrait and ultra-wide-angle sensors with 50 MP and 12 MP.
All three models received a 32-megapixel front camera.
Currently, the Vivo X90 line will start sales only in China. The Vivo X90 and Vivo X90 Pro will hit store shelves on November 30 with price tags of $630 and $770, respectively. The Vivo X90 Pro+ flagship is priced at $910 and will go on sale a little later — from December 6. There is no information on global sales yet.