In the imaging department, the Vivo X90 Pro and Pro+ come with a 32MP front-facing selfie snapper. The setup on the former comprises an OIS-assisted 50MP Sony IMX866 main camera, a 50MP Sony IMX663 ultra-wide snapper with a 108-degree FOV, and a 12MP Sony IMX663 portrait lens. On the other hand, the X90 Pro+ has a 1-inch Sony IMX989 50MP primary sensor with the industry’s only f/1.75 aperture. It is coupled with a 48MP Sony IMX598 ultra-wide lens, a 50MP Sony IMX758 portrait unit with OIS support, and a 64MP periscope zoom lens with 90mm focal length 10x optical zoom. Both the Pro variants pack features like ZEISS T* optical lens, dToF laser autofocus, and Vivo V2 ISP.
The Vivo X90 Pro has a Dimensity 9200 CPU inside, whereas the Pro+ version has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Both devices include up to 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage and up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM. For heat dissipation, there is a VC liquid cooling system. A 4,870mAh battery powers the X90 Pro, and it supports cable charging at 120W and wireless charging at 50W. On the other hand, the Pro+ model has a 4,700mAh battery and supports wired and wireless charging at 80W and 50W, respectively. Software-wise, the X90 Pro duo come pre-installed with OriginOS 3, which is based on Android 13.
Prices for the X90 Pro range from RMB 4,999 ($700) for 8GB RAM + 256GB storage to RMB 5,499 ($770) for 12GB RAM + 256GB storage to RMB 5,999 ($840) for 12GB RAM + 512GB storage. The 12GB RAM + 256GB storage version of the Vivo X90 Pro+ costs RMB 6,499 (about $910), while the 12GB RAM + 512GB storage model costs RMB 6,999 (about $980). You can get the X90 Pro and X90 Pro+ in shades including Original Black and China Red. China will start selling the devices on December 6.