vivo X90 Pro+ camera and display features leak in full
The vivo X90 series is arriving on November 22, and the mightiest member of the family, the X90 Pro+ was already confirmed to have a 1” sensor. Today a leaked image, apparently designed for the official web page, revealed the phone’s full camera details, as well as most of the info regarding the new display, with some other key features in the mix as well.
The vivo X90 Pro+ will indeed sport the Sony IMX989 1” sensor, and the screen will be a Samsung E6 OLED with LTPO 4.0 technology.
The phone is likely coming with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, coupled with a vivo V2 ISP that will bring even clearer photos and videos in a low-light environment. The display is advertised with a 2K resolution, which is what some makers call their QHD+/1440p panels.
This is the same resolution as the predecessor X80 Pro, matching its 517 ppi.
The camera setup is clearly what will make the X90 Pro+ stand out in a crowd - it has four compelling cameras. The 1” Sony IMX989 50MP sensor is the primary camera, but there is also a 50MP telephoto cam with a Sony IMX758 sensor, 64MP periscope unit, and a 48MP Sony IMX598 ultrawide-angle shooter.
The focal length of the main camera is 23mm equivalent, the 2x telephoto has a 50mm equivalent, the periscope goes to 90mm equivalent, and the ultra-wide has a 14mm equivalent lens.
Other specs of this capable phone include Hi-Fi audio, a bigger-than-usual fingerprint scanner under the screen, 80W wired fast charging and 50W wireless support, and an IP68-certified body.
The final question that is yet to be answered at tomorrow’s event is how much would this smartphone cost and whether vivo would say something about global availability.
- 28 Nov 2022
This is exactly why I sold my x70pro never look back even i like the camera a lot
- 28 Nov 2022
its because of sammy couldnt grow tired and lazy to do anything for the competition
- 26 Nov 2022
I mean each to their own, but I very rarely use the 10X on my s22 ultra, the ultrawide lacks resolution, the main sensor is not bad at all, but a 1" type is far superior to the current sensors, so te image quality can only improve, and given how...