Vivo X90 series set to launch in December, Vivo S16 range moved to 2023


The Vivo X90 series would include the vanilla Vivo X90, Vivo X90 Pro and Vivo X90 Pro+. There have been rumors suggesting that this flagship range from Vivo could debut by the end of this year. A tipster has now hinted that the Vivo X90 series could launch in China in December. The tipster suggests that these are the latest Vivo smartphones expected to arrive in 2022. They are expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, however, the company may also announce variants powered by the MediaTek Dimensity chipset.

According to a post by tipster Assen on Weibo, the Vivo X90 series will be the last product line launched by the company in 2022. This line would have stolen the place of the Vivo S16 series, which might have been delayed until 2023. , It is believed that December also marks the end of the production cycle of the Vivo X80.

The tipster points out that Vivo usually takes around a month to clear inventory before unveiling a new product. However, it is believed that the Vivo X80 is not putting pressure on inventory and thus could allow the company to launch its successor, the Vivo X90 series, in the same month.

A previous report also mentioned that the Vivo X90 series will be launched in December. The report also states that Vivo may unveil variants of these smartphones powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 9 chipset, alongside Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC models.

The top model in this line, the Vivo X90 Pro+, is said to pack high-speed LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. The smartphone is likely to feature a 1-inch camera sensor and a telephoto camera. At the moment, not much else is known about the Vivo X90 lineup. However, we can expect more details to surface as the planned launch draws nearer.


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