Vivo X90 series Leaked Ahead of its Launch in Global market

The Vivo X90 series is expected to be released on 31st January however its specifications, price, and other details have been revealed for the global version.

According to the reports, the series won’t consist of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC processor. Here are the complete specifications of this phone that got revealed in the market.

Specifications Vivo X90 (Expected) Vivo X90 Pro (Expected)
 Processor MediaTek Dimensity 9200 MediaTek Dimensity 9200
Battery 4810mAh 5870mAh
Camera Front: 32MP

Rear: 50MP + 12MP + 12MP

Front: 32MP

Rear: 50MP + 50MP + 12MP

Color Asteroid Black, Breeze Blue Legendary Black
Operating Funtouch OS 13 Funtouch OS 13
Charge 120 Dual-Cell FlashCharge 120 Dual-Cell FlashCharge
Dimensions 164.1 x 74.44 x 8.48 mm 164.07 x 74.53 x 9.34 mm
Display 6.78 inches AMOLED, 120Hz 6.78 inches AMOLED, 120Hz
Resolution 1200 x 2800 (FHD+) 1200 x 2800 (FHD+)
RAM 12GB + 8GB Extended RAM 12GB + 8GB Extended RAM
ROM 256GB 256GB
Weight 200g 214.85g

 

The smartphone can reach a brightness of up to 1,300 nits and has a pixel density of 452 PPI. Along with this it has been equipped with Vivo V2 Chip and has been certified as Dust and water-resistant. Talking about the pricing The Vanilla X90 is expected to arrive at RM3,699 and the Pro version will be available at RM5,299.

 




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