Vivo X90 Specs Officially Announced Before Launch; to support 120W fast charging: Details

Vivo X90 specifications are officially released and the smartphone will support 120W fast charging among other features. Vivo’s upcoming handset will come in two different display options for users to choose from, including the BOE Q9 and the Samsung E6 panel. The smartphone will be launched in China on November 22. It has now been revealed that the Vivo X90 will house a triple rear camera setup which is headlined by a 50MP main camera sensor. The handset had surfaced in the TENAA database before its launch. The Vivo smartphone should receive a Dimensity 9200 SoC.

Ahead of the upcoming launch on November 22, the specifications of the Vivo X90 have been officially teased by the Chinese company. As mentioned earlier, the handset is supposed to support 120W fast charging and two different display options. The BOE Q9 and Samsung E6 display options are said to support 2160Hz PWM dimming.

The Vivo X90 will house a triple rear camera setup which will be featured by a 50-megapixel primary camera sensor along with two 12-megapixel secondary camera sensors. The smartphone could feature a 32-megapixel camera sensor on the front for selfies.

Moreover, previous reports had also stated that the smartphone could be 8.88mm thick and weigh around 196g. The Vivo X90 is said to pack a 2,345mAh dual-cell battery, which can deliver a typical 4,800mAh.

As a reminder, the Vivo X90 had appeared on the TENAA database recently. The handset was supposed to sport a 6.78-inch AMOLED with a resolution of 1260 x 2800 pixels. There could also be a fingerprint sensor under the display. The smartphone is expected to receive a Dimensity 9200 SoC. The Vivo X90, the Chinese company’s upcoming handset, can pack 8GB, 12GB, or 16GB of RAM and 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB of storage.

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