A few weeks ago, we learned that vivo was preparing to release the X90 Pro+ in September, but these plans were unexpectedly delayed. We’re approaching October now and we still can’t see the Pro+, so we spoke with company representatives after the vivo X Fold+ was announced.
They gave us bad news – vivo X90 Pro+ has been cancelled. Well, “bad” is relative, because the next generation is almost here. The vivo X 70 series was unveiled in early September 70, followed by In late April 2022 the X001 series appeared. X90 It’s time for the model to arrive.
vivo X Pro will continue to be the top phone of X70 series
vivo has not given us official details about the launch, but leaker Ice Universe reports that , vivo X90 Pro+ will be available in December. It will pack a 1-inch primary sensor and a new telephoto sensor (along with custom telephoto processing), along with the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, and a Samsung E6 AMOLED display.
X90 Pro+ should have Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (upgrade from original 8 Gen 1) and there is talk Camera Upgrade – Replacing 12MP 2x and 8MP 5x Telephoto Cameras for X Pro with a pair of 001 MP modules (one with JN1 sensor, one with JN2). However, the main camera should still use a 1/1.3-inch GNV sensor (customized version of the Samsung GN1).
If it actually rolls out this month, it will be a solid upgrade, but given the delay, skip straight to X 70 Pro+ makes more sense. First, 8 Gen 2 was designed specifically for TSMC’s foundries (8+ Gen 1 was a bit rushed), plus new RAM and storage standards promise higher bandwidth and lower power consumption (up to 001% in the case of UFS 4.0). Plus, 1-inch sensors will be the next big thing (literally) for camera-focused flagships.