live has almost everything ready to present X90, its new series of smartphones that comes to succeed the existing X80, so one can already get an idea of how the devices will be oriented. Here we will find various models oriented to different ranges.
At the design level, it seems that the standard model will be the only one that will only use a combination of shades of blue similar to that of the X Note, while the Pro and Pro Plus models suggest that they will also be sold with variants in red and black colors.
In terms of features, the model The vivo X90 standard would have several variants with 8 and 12 gigabytes of RAM that could be paired with storage capacities ranging from 128 to 256 gigabytes and from 256 to 512 gigabytes respectively.. The Pro model aims to have the same options, but without the combination of 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage, while the Pro Plus would only have 12GB of RAM.
As for the screen, the top-of-the-range model would have an E6 AMOLED type with a size of 6.78 inches, a native resolution of QHD + (2,880 × 1,440 pixels) and a refresh rate of 144Hz. Lower-end variants could feature screens of a similar size, but at least in the case of the standard model, it would work at a resolution of 1.5K (2,712 × 1,220 pixels).
Aspects such as the SoCs that each of the models will use have remained up in the air. The X80 generation saw the standard model use MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000, while the higher-end models used a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen1. The Lite model of that generation, for its part, incorporated a MediaTek MT6877 Dimensity 900. We recall that MediaTek seeks to improve its position with the Dimensity 9200, a SoC that is ready to stand up to Apple’s A16 Bionic and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 .
will have to wait until November 22, 2022 for all the details in an event organized by vivo itself, but seeing what was shown with the last generation, one can expect some good smartphones with Android served through OriginOS, the reimplementation of the system provided by the manufacturer.