No more than a few days removed from Samsung unveiling its revamped Galaxy line, Chinese tech company Vivo has finally released its flagship smartphone, the X90 Pro.
The new 5G smartphone is based around an IP68-rated body with a 6.78-inch AMOLED and powered by Mediatex Dimensity 9200 processor, but that’s not all. It boasts a remarkable three-camera array highlighted by a 1-inch Sony IMX 989 sensor, promoting high-quality depth of field and optimized results when taking photos at night. This is neighbored by a pair of 50-megapixel Zeiss cameras, conjoining to make every picture memorable. When it comes to capturing video, though, its recording prowess is limited to 4K, a stark drop-off compared to the recently unveiled Galaxy S23 Ultra. Nevertheless, it’s not like you can expect to find the X90 Pro stateside, anyway.
As of now, Vivo’s X90 Pro will be available throughout China and in European markets, including the UK, France, and Spain. In addition to offering premier photo-snapping capabilities, the new phone has a fast charging mode and is equipped with a 120-watt charge. Moreover, the brain claims that the convenient feature enables the X90 Pro to reach 50% extra battery in less than 10 minutes. While this is sure to come in handy, the traditional mode can still achieve a full charge in less than half an hour.
The Vivo X90 Pro is available to purchase in the previously mentioned regions for approximately $1,174 upon conversion.