Vivo X90 Pro Plus: Hands-on images reveal design, Zeiss optics and 'Xtreme Imagination' rear cameras
It seems that Vivo is close to announcing the X90 series. While the company shared sample camera photos last month, hands-on photos of its next flagship smartphone have emerged online. Seemingly, the design shown is of a retail unit, with @UniverseIce publishing an apparent promotional image on Twitter. Incidentally, the X90 Pro Plus looks very similar to a schematic that surfaced last month.
Evidently, the X90 Pro Plus has four rear-facing cameras, including a periscope zoom camera. Purportedly, the latter is the OmniVision OV64A, a 64 MP and 1/1.34-inch sensor that will provide 3.5x optical zoom. Additionally, the X90 Pro Plus is rumoured to utilise the Sony IMX989V, a customised IMX989 for Vivo smartphones. Meanwhile, the remaining sensors are thought to be the Sony IMX578 and Sony IMX598, 50 MP and 48 MP sensors that should provide portrait and ultra-wide-angle optics, respectively.
Predictably, the X90 Pro Plus has Zeiss co-engineered cameras, which Vivo will market as 'Xtreme Imagination'. According to @UniverseIce, the X90 Pro Plus will arrive later this month with up to 100X digital zoom capabilities and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Qualcomm's next-generation flagship chipset. Presumably, this release window only applies to China; it remains unclear whether Vivo will launch the X90 Pro Plus outside its home market yet.