vivo X90 Pro+: With 1″ sensor, two telephoto cameras and SD 8 Gen 2

The vivo X90 Pro+ it became official with the company praising its camera, calling it the “King of One Inch sensors”. Although it is not the first with Sony’s IMX989, it is equipped with many improvements from vivo that make it stand out.

The lens is protected by high-quality glass with an Abbe number of 81.6, coated with the Zeiss T* composition that reduces glare and ghosting. The lens has a fairly wide aperture, f/1.75 which lets in more light.

vivo x90 pro+, vivo X90 Pro+: With a 1″ sensor, two telephoto cameras and SD 8 Gen 2

The IMX989 sensor has a 77% larger photosensitive area compared to the X80 Pro’s 1/1.3″ sensor.

The device has two telephoto cameras. A 90mm periscope lens with a 64MP sensor with 3.5x optical zoom and 100x digital zoom and a bright 50mm portrait lens (f/1.6, fixed focus) with a 50MP sensor behind it (IMX758). All three have OIS.

The ultra-wide lens is optimized for low distortion. It has a 114° field of view and a 48MP sensor (IMX598). The autofocus rear cameras are aided by a time-of-flight laser system. Finally, the selfie camera has a 32MP (f/2.45) sensor.

The X90 Pro+ can record 8K video at 30 fps. For extra quality there is a 14-bit RAW video mode. You can choose between the Zeiss Natural Color 2.0 mode or the vivo Vivid Color mode. Dolby Vision and LOG are supported and still shooting at 10 fps is possible when recording video.

Beyond the excellent camera, however, we also have a remarkable processor. The smarphone is the first to wear the latest and greatest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, loaded with 12GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB of the new UFS 4.0 storage. The chipset is connected to a large 8,900 mm² vapor chamber to keep performance stable.

The addition of the new vivo V2 ISP helps manage image processing. The chip is more efficient, delivering 16TOPS per Watt and equipped with 45MB of on-chip SRAM. It combines traditional ISP and AI approaches and handles noise reduction, HDR, MEMC and more.

Moving on to the screen, it has a 6.78” with a resolution of 1,440 x 3,200 px (20:9). It is an LTPO 4 AMOLED panel (Samsung E6) with 10-bit colors and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. To reduce brightness, the display uses a high-frequency PWM system of 1,440 Hz. It peaks at 1,800 nits. The dual curved display supports Dolby Vision.

It is available in China Red and Original Black shades, both with a faux leather texture. It has an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance, is 9.7mm thick and weighs 221 grams.

It still has a 4,700 mAh (18.23 Wh) battery that is split into two cells for fast charging. It supports 80W wired charging and 50W wireless charging. Wired can fully charge in 33 minutes.

The phone is otherwise equipped with stereo speakers, but also offers a wireless option – when paired with the new vivo TWS 3 Pro, it promises lossless, low-latency audio. Bluetooth version 5.3 is supported along with aptX HD and LDAC. For wired connectivity, USB-C support is rated for USB 3.2 Gen1 speeds and supports video output.

The vivo X90 Pro+ is launched in China with OriginOS 3. Pre-sales will start on November 28, and all three models in the series will be available from December 6. No reason for worldwide release.

So in China, you’ll be able to pick up a Pro+ for CNY 6,500 ($910/€890) for the 12/256GB model, while the 12/512GB is a bit more expensive at CNY 7,000.

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