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Vivo X90 Pro series Launched Globally with a 1-inch Sony sensor.

In addition to the standard Vivo X90, the X90 Pro has also appeared on the international market. The main feature of this phone is undoubtedly the 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor. However, the more expensive Vivo X90 Pro+ is currently only available in China. In this article, we will discuss the Vivo X90 Series (Pro and Pro+) in more detail, including the official specs, features, expected price and availability in India.

Vivo X90 Pro Series Overview:

1-Inch Sony Sesor

The main benefit of the Vivo X series was the camera, and this year is no different. The X90 Pro and Pro+ feature a 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor complemented by a Zeiss T* optical lens. Note that this is the same sensor used in last year’s Xiaomi 12S Ultra, which was jointly developed by Sony and Xiaomi. As a result, these phones have a 77% larger sensor than the Vivo X80 Pro.

vivo x90 pro camera

Later on, the Vivo X90 Pro’s triple camera setup consists of a 50-megapixel IMX759 vertical sensor and a 12-megapixel IMX663 ultra-wide-angle camera. This portrait camera has a 50mm equivalent focal length and OIS. On the other hand, the X90 Pro+ has a quad camera set instead. Two of them are telephoto lenses.

The first is a 64 MP periscope lens with 3.5x optical zoom. The other is a 50MP IMX758 sensor for portrait photography. Finally, the fourth camera features a 48-megapixel sensor mated to an ultra-wide-angle lens. All cameras, with the exception of the ultra-wide-angle module, have optical image stabilization (OIS). There’s also a time-of-flight (ToF) sensor that allows you to set up four autofocus cameras.

Advance Camera System

The Vivo X90 series also offers significant improvements in portrait and night photography. To do this, the company worked closely with its imaging partner Zeiss.

The camera setup of the Vivo X90 Pro series consists of various software and hardware components, each with its own function. The first is an advanced Zeiss lens with special coatings to control noise in images. Then there is the True Color Restoration Engine, which determines the correct white balance.

This time there is also the Ultra-Clear Quality Engine which, as the name suggests, guarantees the best possible image sharpness. It does this by restoring optical information lost due to an optical imperfection. And the multi-frame model for periscope lenses further improves the dynamic range of the image using the X90 Pro+’s ambient light sensor.

Vivi V2 ISP

In addition, the Vivo X90 Pro-Duo also features a new V2. In fact, all three phones in the new X90 series are powered by Vivo’s third-generation Image Signal Processor (ISP). New to the V2 chip is a dedicated 45 MB static RAM (SRAM) cache, which is said to significantly reduce power consumption.

Vivo X90 pro V2 Chip

In addition, the chip offers lag-free snapshots and motion detection techniques. When shooting moving objects, its self-learning ability is better than previous generations. Vivo also uses RawEnhance 2.0 technology for better low light recording.


Vivo was the first brand to launch a smartphone powered by the latest flagship chipsets from MediaTek and Qualcomm. The company used MediaTek’s Dimensity 9200 in the X90 Pro, while the Pro+ gets Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processing. Both chips are based on TSMC’s 4nm process and feature the new Cortex-X3 as the main core.

Another highlight of these new chips is hardware ray tracing, enabled by ARM’s Immortalis G715 GPU. Despite the different SoCs, the Vivo X90 Pro and Pro+ have up to 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512 GB of UFS 4.0 memory. The latter is the first for any smartphone.

Design and Display

Going forward, the Vivo X90 Pro and Pro+ models are strikingly similar, starting with the 6.78-inch curved AMOLED display. 32MP selfie camera with centered circular cutout. Both phones have a 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ certification, and peak brightness of 1,300 nits. However, the X90 Pro+ has a sharper 1400p resolution than the X90 Pro 1260p.

Vivo X90 Design and Color variat

Other Specs

The latest Vivo flagships also differ when it comes to the battery. The X90 Pro is powered by a 4,870mAh battery with support for 120W wired fast charging. The Pro+, on the other hand, has a smaller 4,700mAh battery with relatively modest 80W fast-charging support. Both phones can be charged wirelessly at 50W. The X90 ships with OriginOS 13 in China, while Vivo ships with Funtouch OS 13 in the international market.

Vivo X90 Pro Series Specs:

Vivo X90 Pro+  X90 Pro 
Dimensions 164.35 x 75.29 x 9.7mm 164.07 x 75.53 x 9.34mm
Weight  221gm 225gm
Display  6.78-inch curved AMOLED with 120Hz refresh rate | 300Hz touch sampling rate | 1300 nits peak brightness | HDR10+
Resolution 3200 x 1400 pixels
20:9 aspect ratio
2800 x 1260 pixels
20:9 aspect ratio
Chipset Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 based on 4nm MediaTek Dimensity 9200 based on 4nm
ISP  Vivo V2
Memory  Up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM
Up to 512GB UFS 4.0 storage
OS  Funtouch OS 13 based on Android 13
Camera  Quad:
50MP IMX989 primary
64MP telephoto with 3.5x optical
50MP IMX758 portrait
48MP IMX589 ultrawide

50MP IMX989 primary
50MP IMX758 portrait
12MP IMX663 ultrawide

Selfie  32MP, f/2,45 inside punch-hole cut-out
Battery 4,700mAh with 80W fast charging 4,870mAh with 120W fast charging
Wireless charging  Yes – 50W

Vivo X90 Pro Price and Availability in India

Outside of China, the Vivo X90 Pro is currently available in Malaysia for MYR 4,999 (~USD 1,175) for the 12/256GB model. But Vivo says it will launch X90 Pro to international markets very soon too, including Europe and India. We expect the price of the Vivo X90 Pro to be INR 99,490 in India if it’s ever officially launched here.

Vivo X90 ProPrice in MalaysiaPrice in India (expected)
12/256GBMYR 4,999INR 99,490

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