VIVO X90 Is Scheduled To Come In November, Using Dual-Chip Strategy

Vivo X90

The China-based first-tier smartphone makers have accelerated the pace of launching new flagship phones. VIVO is no exception. The company released the VIVO X80 series of models six months ago. The latter included two models in the face of the vanilla and the PRO versions. The higher variant came in two processor options – the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and the Dimensity 9000. Both models were capable of providing users with the best performance. However, soon, it will become an old model. We mean the follow-up model is on the road. Recently, from various sources, we learned about the selling points of the forthcoming VIVO X90.

According to some leakers, the phone ought to hit the stores as soon as November. This is in line with the previous news claiming that Qualcomm will announce the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 earlier. This will allow the manufacturers to get ready for the Spring Festival.

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VIVO X90 Will Continue The Same Design Style and Dual-Chip Strategy Of X80

Well, if nothing accidental, the VIVO X90 series will include three models – the original variant, the PRO variant, and the PRO+. They should continue the design style of the previous X80 series. Also, these phones are assumed to come with the Dimensity 9000+ and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chips. By the way, the former has outrun the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 in AnTuTu and Master Lu benchmarks. Compared with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, the CPU performance of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is improved by 10%, the energy efficiency is improved by 15%, the GPU performance is improved by 20%, the AI ​​performance is improved by up to 50%, and the ISP performance will also be improved a lot.

VIVO X90 Pro Plus camera

We also know that the VIVO X90 Pro + will use the Sony IMX989 with a 1-inch outsole and a self-developed imaging chip. So it will make competition for the best models in the Android camp.

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