Vivo X90 Series Strength in Imaging and Display
Before releasing this great product, some preparations have actually been made. For example, Vivo did an imaging strategy launch, launched the latest system OriginOS 3 at VDC, and had a dual-core technology communication meeting for the self-researched chip V2. Finally, on the occasion of the opening of the Qatar World Cup, Vivo will launch the ultimate X-series 10-year bearer – Vivo X90 Series.
In the long-term research and development of the four tracks of “image, design, performance, and system” formulated by Vivo, the achievement of the imaging track is particularly outstanding.
It is not an exaggeration to say that the X series is already the king of the mobile image. Whether it’s color, night scene, portrait, sports, or video. A small smartphone can be compared to “professional equipment, professional team, and professional post-production”.
Vivo’s imaging chip and Zeiss joint research and development, so vivo X series in “optical, arithmetic, algorithm” to achieve the pride of the industry’s king of the realm.
This time the X90 series uses a Zeiss 1-inch T* main camera, with the new self-researched chip V2, which is bursting with arithmetic power, once again refreshing the ceiling of imaging capabilities. Above all excerpt, what official said about the X90 Series. To show up one of the most important selling points, the official shared a few Vivo X90 Pro Plus camera samples:
The sample performance is also very surprising, when shooting in the dark, no longer simply pull up the brightness, but let the surrounding areas should be black down, and the bright places light up, forming a complementary performance, the human eye will also be more comfortable to look at, in line with conventional understanding. In addition to even a very complex urban lighting environment, Vivo X90 Pro+ camera samples can also be handy, showing a very good feeling.
In addition to the 1-inch prime lens, the portrait lens on Vivo X90 Pro Plus has a big upgrade. This time X90 Pro+ is equipped with the world’s first Sony IMX758, and two independent portrait lenses to take you to the new peak of portrait photography. Here are some night portrait samples from Vivo X90 Pro+:
So far, the four lens parameters of Vivo X90 Pro+ have almost all been determined, respectively, 50MP Sony IMX989 wide-angle lens as the main camera, supplemented by 48MP IMX598 ultra-wide angle lens, 50MP IMX758 portrait lens, 64MP OV64B telephoto lens, supporting 100x digital zoom.
In addition, as a deep partner with Zeiss, the camera module in the middle part of the iconic T* coating and the lower right corner of the small blue label, coupled with Vivo’s V2 chip, it can be said that this time the X90 Pro+ in terms of imaging is a collection of the great work of Vivo technology over the years.
In the meantime, Snapdragon 8 Gen2 was officially released, Vivo X90 series will be released on the 22nd, but so far whether the machine will bring Snapdragon 8Gen2 version at the same time at the launch is unknown, anyway the official processor model mentioned so far is Dimensity 9200.
Display and Fast Charging
Following the camera, chipset, and design uncovering, Vivo also announced the X90 Series display and fast charging information. According to the Vivo official vlog, the new Vivo X90 Series will be the world’s first E6/Q9 two flagship display, while equipped with 120W dual-core flash charging.
Among the two screens used in the Vivo X90 series, E6 is from Samsung, while Q9 is from the domestic manufacturer BOE. According to Vivo, the Q9 screen combines fine display, high brightness, low power consumption, and eye protection, as well as up to 2160Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, Android’s first XDR Engine, chip-level eye protection, and five eye protection certifications.
Among them, Samsung’s E6 screen will support a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate compared to the previous generation’s E5 screen, which is expected to achieve better brightness and more eye protection and energy saving, which will be the standard for high-end Android flagships in 2023.
At the same time, Vivo X90 Series will debut BOE’s new generation Q9 screen, official information shows that compared to the previous generation Q8, Q9 power consumption was reduced by 15%, DCI-P3 color gamut increased to 116%, the service life increased by 10%, harmful blue light control in 6.0% or less.