Vivo X90: Specifications surface on TENAA with MediaTek Dimensity 9200, 120 W fast charging and 50 MP triple camera
The Vivo X90 has landed on TENAA shortly before its announcement in China. Due to arrive on November 22 alongside the Vivo X90 Pro and the Vivo X90 Pro Plus, the Vivo X90 will be the cheaper option to its three more flagship-orientated siblings. Nonetheless, the specifications included within the TENAA listing suggest that the X90 Pro should still have plenty of powerful hardware at its disposal.
For example, it seems that Vivo has equipped the handset with the Dimensity 9200, a chipset that MediaTek announced earlier this month. As we discussed at the time, the Dimensity 9200 utilises TSMC 4P nodes with an ARM Cortex-X3 prime core (3.05 GHz), three Cortex-A715 cores (2.85 GHz) and four Cortex-A510 cores (1.8 GHz) and an Immortalis G715 GPU that supports hardware ray tracing. Additionally, the Vivo X90 should complement the Dimensity 9200 with 8 GB or 16 GB of RAM and 128 GB to 512 GB of flash storage, all powered by a 4,7000 mAh battery that supports 120 W fast charging.
Moreover, TENAA reports that the Vivo X90 has a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a 2,800 x 1,260-pixel native resolution and an under-panel fingerprint scanner. The same listing states that Vivo has included three rear-facing cameras too, not four as with the upcoming X90 Pro Plus. Specifically, the Vivo X90 loses out on a 3.5x periscope zoom camera, but still features 50 MP primary, 12 MP ultra-wide-angle and 12 MP telephoto cameras, plus a 32 MP front-facing camera. Vivo has not confirmed whether it will release the X90 series outside China yet, although it tends to offer its flagship X series in other markets, including Europe.
TENAA via MyFixGuide