The successors to Vivo’s flagship X80 series, the X90 series, has been launched in China. Unlike the X80 series’ two members, the X90 series will have three; the regular X90, the X90 Pro, and a top of the range X90 Pro+.
The Vivo X90 and X90 Pro share a number of key specs, starting with their 6.78” OLED displays which run at 120Hz with peak brightness of 1300 nits and 1260 x 2800 resolution. While the X90 Pro+ bumps things up with an LTPO4 AMOLED display running at 120Hz, with Dolby Vision, HDR10+, 1800 nits peak brightness, running at 1440 x 3200.
They all feature LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, and while the X90 and X90 Pro have the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 at the helm of affairs, the X90 Pro+ comes with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
The Vivo X90 and X90 Pro both have support for 120W wired charging, with vivo claiming a 50% charge from flat in 8 minutes. Their battery capacities slightly differ with the X90 Pro’s 4870 mAh just a tad bigger than the X90’s 4810 mAh.
The Vivo X90 Pro also supports 50W wireless charging, which is sadly missing from the X90.
As for the cameras, all three phones have a 32 MP shooter in front. The Vivo X90 Pro+ has four flagship sensors; a 50 MP 1” main sensor, a 64 MP 1/2.0” periscope telephoto camera with 3.5x zoom, a 50MP 1/2.4” 2x telephoto, and a 48 MP 1/2.0″, 114˚ ultrawide camera with autofocus.
The Vivo X90 has a less impressive camera setup, made up of a primary 50 MP 1/1.49” wide sensor, a 12 MP 2x zoom camera, and a 12 MP ultrawide that both seem to be using the same 1/2.93” sensor.
The Vivo X90 Pro, on the other hand, borrows the main and 2x telephoto cameras from its bigger brother, the X90 Pro+ while taking the ultrawide used in the regular X90.
All in all, these make for some really impressive hardware, all wrapped in beautiful looking exteriors featuring vegan leather back options on all three, and we can’t wait to see how those 1” sensors perform in particular considering how impressive last year’s models were.
What do you think? Will you be getting one of the trio if they make it out to the mass market?