Vivo X90, X90 Pro, X90 Pro+ 5G with Sony IMX989 1-inch Sensor, 6.78-inch AMOLED Display Launched: Price, Specifications

The Vivo X90 Pro+ 5G, which sits at the top of the lineup, has a 1-inch Sony sensor packed inside.

Vivo has launched its new flagship smartphone series in China. The company has launched the Vivo X90 series in China. The Vivo X90 series is expected to launch in India and other markets in the next couple of months or so. The lineup currently includes the X90, X90 Pro and X90 Pro+ 5G. The USP of the X90 series continues to be the camera hardware, among others.

The X90 Pro+ 5G, which sits at the top of the lineup, has a 1-inch Sony sensor packed inside. The X90 and X90 Pro feature a triple-camera setup on the back. The devices also feature Dimensity and Snapdragon SoCs under the hood. Let’s take a look at the Vivo X90 series price, specifications and other details.

Vivo X90 Series Price and Specifications

The X90 series comprises multiple RAM and storage options. The Vivo X90 has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage in its base model. It is priced at CNY 3699 (roughly Rs 42,300). The device is also available in 8GB + 256GB, 12GB + 256GB and 12GB + 512GB models, which are priced at CNY 3999 (roughly Rs 45,700), CNY 4499 (roughly Rs 51,500) and CNY 4999 (roughly Rs 57,200). It is available in Black, Blue and Red colours.

There is the X90 Pro 5G, which is available for CNY 4999 (roughly Rs 57,200) for the base 8GB + 256GB storage option. It also comes with 12GB + 256GB and 12GB + 512GB storage options, which are priced at CNY 5499 (roughly Rs 63,000) and CNY 5999 (roughly Rs 68,600). The device has been launched in Black and Red colours.

The top-of-the-line X90 Pro+ 5G arrives with 12GB + 256GB and 12GB + 512GB storage options. The variants are priced at CNY 6499 (roughly Rs 74,400) and CNY 6999 (roughly Rs 80,100). It is available in Red and Black colour options.

Moving on to the specifications, the X90 series sports a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate support. The X90 Pro+ 5G and X90 Pro come with a QHD+ resolution display, whereas the X90 5G has a 2800×1260-pixel resolution screen. There is a hole-punch cutout at the top centre for the 32MP front camera on all three models.

The devices also boot on the Android 13-based Origin OS 3 update in China. They come with different processors and camera specifications. The devices feature the new Vivo V2 custom ISP, which is claimed to improve the lowlight camera performance along with portrait mode shots. 

In terms of camera hardware, the X90 5G features a 50MP Sony IMX866 main camera sensor. The triple-camera setup is completed by a 12MP ultrawide camera and a 12MP portrait lens with 2x optical zoom. The X90 Pro will feature a 50MP Sony IMX989 main camera, a 50MP Sony IMX758 portrait sensor with 2x optical zoom and a 12MP f/2.0 ultrawide sensor. 

The X90 Pro+ 5G, lastly, will sit at the top with a 50MP Sony IMX989 main camera sensor. The 1-inch primary camera sensor is accompanied by a 48MP Sony IMX598 ultrawide sensor, a 50MP Sony IMX758 f/1.6 portrait sensor and a 64MP OmniVision OV64B40 telephoto camera with an f/3.5 aperture and up to 100x digital zoom.

Coming to the performance unit, the X90 and X90 Pro 5G feature a Dimensity 9200 SoC under the hood. The X90 Pro+ 5G, on the other hand, gets a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. 

The X90 5G packs a 4,810mAh battery with support for 120W fast charging out of the box. The X90 Pro 5G, on the other hand, packs a slightly larger 4870mAh battery. The phone supports 120W wired and 50W wireless charging. 

Vivo X90 Pro+ 5G has the smallest battery unit among the three phones. It packs a 4,700mAh battery with 80W wired and 50W wireless charging support. The device is also quite heavy on paper with 220 grams weight and a 9.7mm thickness. 

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