Vivo has recently revealed the launch date for the upcoming new flagship X90 Series lineup, and the Vivo TWS 3 and TWS 3 Pro launch date which is set to debut on November 22 in China. So, the new Vivo X90 series is expected to have three models: Vivo X90, Vivo X90 Pro, and the Vivo X90 Pro+. Also, It is reported that the vanilla and Pro models will feature the flagship MediaTek Dimensity 9200 5G mobile platform but the Vivo Pro+ will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile platform (officially set to announce at Snapdragon Summit in the next couple of days).
Vivo X90 Specifications (Reports)
The Vivo X90 will reportedly feature a flat OLED display and under-display fingerprint scanner with a resolution of 1.5K and a 120Hz screen refresh rate. It will feature a 4700 mAh large battery with 120W super fast charging technology.
Also, there are different storage configurations: the base variant will be 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, and then the 8 GB + 256GB, 12 GB + 256 GB, and the max variant is 12 GB RAM + 512 GB device storage. The Vivo X90 will be available in three trend-setting, beautiful, and made-for-you colors – BLACK, BLUE, and RED.
The new flagship will feature MediaTek Dimesnity 9200 mobile platform, and the same processor is expected to be powered on Vivo X90 Pro.
Eventually, the Vivo X90 has been listed on the Geekbench database that reveals few specifications for this model. The device has been listed on the database with the V2243A model number. According to the data revealed, the device is equipped with MediaTek’s MTK6985 octa-core chipset which gears up to 3.05GHz speed on Cluster 3, three cores up to 2.85GHz on Cluster 2, and four cores with up to 1.80GHz on Cluster 1. The overall CPU specifications are said this is probably the new MediaTek Dimensity 9200 5G chipset.
The Geekbench database of the device has also revealed that the Vivo X90 will certainly have the 12 GB RAM variant. Plus, the device will be operated by Origin OS 3 based on Android 13. The Vivo V2241A has scored ~1353 points on the single-core test and ~4055 points on the multi-core on the database.