Thanks to some images and graphics created for the official website of the product and leaked on the well-known social networking site Weibo, has been confirmed The new X90 Pro + has a main camera based on a 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor, a Samsung E6 OLED screen with LTPO 4.0 technology and is likely to be based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 platform.
Qualcomm’s flagship SoC is paired with the vivo V2 ISP image processor to deliver sharper photos and videos in low-light conditions or at night, while Samsung’s display is advertised as 2K (many manufacturers call QHD+ displays 2K or 1440p). After all, it’s a screen that displays 517 pixels per inch and is similar to the QHD+ display of its predecessor, the X80 Pro.
However, the four cameras on the back of the device is the feature that will make the device stand out from the crowd. The main camera is based on a 1 inch sensor from Sony and more specifically IMX989 50 MP with a lens with a focal length of 23 mm. The main camera is accompanied by a Zeiss telephoto module with a focal length equivalent to 50mm located in front of a 50MP Sony IMX758 sensor, of one module with a 90mm lens system based on a 64MP OmniVision OV64B sensor and another with a 14mm wide lens, which is based on a Sony IMX598 sensor 48 megapixels.
Elsewhere, the vivo X90 series flagship dubbed vivo X90 Pro+ features Hi-Fi audio, a larger-than-usual fingerprint scanner, 80W wired fast charging and 50W wireless charging while being IP68 water-resistant. What we don’t know yet is how much the company’s flagship will cost and when it will be launched on the global market. Logically, these two questions will be answered tomorrow.
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