Vivo X90 TENAA Listing Reveals Full Specifications Ahead of Launch

The Vivo X90 series will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 processor.

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Vivo is all set for the Vivo X90 series launch which is scheduled for November 22 in China. The Vivo X90 series will consist of three devices – Vivo X90, Vivo X90 Pro, and Vivo X90 Pro+. Ahead of the launch, we have now spotted the vanilla Vivo X90 on the TENAA certification website. The latest certification listing for the device reveals some of the key specifications.

As per the TENAA database, the Vivo X90 will offer an AMOLED display panel. The smartphone will offer a triple-rear camera setup and will support 2x optical zoom. Let us take a look at the Vivo X90 specifications that are revealed through the TENAA listing.

A couple of days ago the renders of the Vivo X90 were leaked on the web. Based on the leaked renders, the Vivo X90 will offer a curved display panel with a centered punch-hole notch. Going by the TENAA listing, the Vivo X90 will offer a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a 1260 × 2000 pixel resolution.

The listing further reveals that the Vivo X90 will come equipped with a triple-rear camera setup which will include a 50MP primary shooter. It will get accompanied by a couple of 12MP sensors which could add ultra-wide-angle and portrait functionality to the device. It will offer a 2x optical zoom as mentioned in the TENAA listing. The listing further reveals that Vivo X90 will offer a 32MP front shooter for selfies and video calls.

The Vivo X90 will be powered by an octa-core processor with a 3.05GHz peak frequency. The handset was previously spotted on Geekbench with MediaTek Dimensity 9200 processor. The Vivo X90 will be backed by a 4690mAh (rated capacity dual-cell) battery.  The Vivo X90 will weigh 196grams and will measure 164.10 × 74.44 × 8.88mm. It will come in 8GB / 12GB / 16GB memory options. Users will have the option to choose between 128GB / 256GB / 512GB storage.

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