Vivo X90 Pro with 120Hz refresh rate and high-end camera setup: everything you should know

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Vivo X90 Pro

Just recently, Vivo X90 Pro Series is officially announced with its three lineups; vanilla, pro, and pro plus models in China. In this article, we will know more about Vivo X90 Pro Series features, specs, expected prices, and availability in Nepal.

Vivo X90 Pro Series Overview:

Vivo X90 Pro Nepal
Vivo X90 Pro Nepal

High-end Camera Setup

There is a major upgrade in portrait and night photography. According to the company they have been partnering with image partner Zeiss for the improvement of camera features.

That being said; portrait and night photography

These features can detect the subject’s face and pose while they use 103 different points in portrait shoots. Then after they separate both the subject and background for each one to be processed separately.

For night photography, the X90 Pro series has doubled the ISO up to 102,400 where the company believes that it will allow users to take low-light shots without a tripod or a long exposure.

Vivo X90 Pro
Vivo X90 Pro camera

Accordingly, the camera features different software and hardware systems that have their own process and component. The first feature mode has special coatings which control the noise in the image with an advanced Zeiss lens. Then there is the True Color Restoration Engine that determines the correct white balance.

With all the improvements, they also included an Ultra-Clear Quality Engine which provides you with the best quality image. By recovering optical information lost via optical imperfection. Another highlight is that the device has a  multi-frame model for periscope lenses that further refines the image’s dynamic range using the ambient light sensor.

READ: Vivo X80 Pro Plus Launch: What to Expect?

“One-Inch Sensor”

Another major highlight is the X90 Pro Series has a 1-inch IMX989 sensor that was also co-invented by Sony and Xiaomi. Justifying that the device boasts a 77% larger sensor than its predecessor.

Altogether there are three main sensors on the X90 Pro Series, in which two of which belong to telephoto cameras. And the third one is a 64MP periscopic lens with 3.5x optical zoom. Likewise, a 50MP IMX758 sensor for portraits and lastly a 48MP sensor paired with an ultrawide angle lens.

Except for the ultrawide module, all camera has optical Image Stabilization (OIS) with also support a Time-of-Flight sensor to assist the quad-camera setup with autofocus.

Vivo V2 ISP

The latest X90 Pro series gets the new  IMX989 sensor which is paired with a 12MP ultrawide and a 50MP portrait camera. Including the ToF autofocus, ZEISS T* optical lens, and the new V2 chip but no periscope lens.

All three series have a Vivo’s third-gen image signal processor which is new in the V2 chip. Dedicating 45MB of Static RAM (SRAM) cache, which is said to reduce power consumption efficiently.

Providing you with zero latency snapshots and motion detection techniques. And when you take a video, it generates a self-learning capability and the company also provided the device with the RawEnhance 2.0 technology for improved low-light capture.

Built & Performances

Both Series have a similar design, the same curved AMOLED display which is 6.78-inch diagonal, a center-aligned circular cutout, 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ certification, and a peak brightness of 1300 nits. Though they both resemble each other, X90 Pro+ is sharper compared to other series.

Vivo is the first brand to announce a smartphone with equipped both MediaTek and Qualcomm (latest). They used Dimensity 9200 on X90 Pro and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in Pro+.

The chips are based on TSMC’s 6nm process while featuring the new Cortex-X3 as the Prime core. The chip gets a hardware-based Ray Tracing made possible by the Immortalis G715 GPU from ARM.

And both the series comes with up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage.

Battery

Although most of the specs are similar, the battery capacity on both series is quite different. The X90 Pro is fueled by a 4,870mAh battery with support for 120W wired fast charging. And the Pro+ fuels on a smaller 4,700mAh battery with comparatively modest 80W fast charging support. 

Both devices can be charged wirelessly at 50W charging capability. As for the software, it is also the first phone which ships OriginOS 3 based on Android 13.

Vivo X90 Pro Series Specifications

X90 Pro X90 Pro+ 
Dimensions164.07 x 75.53 x 9.34mm
225gm
164.35 x 75.29 x 9.7mm
221gm
Display 6.79-inch curved AMOLED,
120Hz refresh rate,
300Hz touch sampling rate,
1300 nits peak brightness, HDR10+
Resolution2800 x 1260 pixels
20:9 aspect ratio
3200 x 1400 pixels
20:9 aspect ratio
ChipsetMediaTek Dimensity 9200 (4nm)Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 (4nm)
OS OriginOS 3 based on Android 13
ISP Vivo V2
Memory Up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM
Up to 512GB UFS 4.0 storage
Camera Triple Camera Setup;
~ 50MP IMX989 primary
~ 50MP IMX758 portrait
~ 12MP IMX663 ultrawide
Quad Camera Setup;
~ 50MP IMX989 primary
~ 64MP telephoto, 3.5x optical
~ 50MP IMX758 portrait
~ 48MP IMX589 ultrawide
Selfie 32MP, f/2,45 (punch-hole)
Battery4,870mAh, 120W fast charging4,700mAh, 80W fast charging
Wireless charging Yes (50W)

Vivo X90 Pro Series Price in Nepal and Availability 

The Vivo X90 start at CNY 4,999 for the 8/256GB variant and X90 Pro+ starts at CNY 6,499 for 12/256GB in China. Though the phone is not yet available in Nepal, the Vivo X90 Pro Series is expected to start from Rs. 100,999.

Vivo X90 Series Price in ChinaPrice in Nepal (Expected) 
X90 8/256GBCNY 4,999NPR 100,999
12/256GBCNY 5,499NPR  101,999
12/512GBCNY 5,999NPR 119,999
X90 Pro+ 12/256GBCNY 6,499NPR 129,999
12/512GBCNY 6,999NPR 139,999

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