vivo teases its new flagship X90 series

While it hasn't even been a year since the X80 line's launch, vivo just gave a tease of what to expect with its next flagship vivo X90 series.

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While it hasn’t even been a year since the X80 line’s launch, vivo just gave a tease of what to expect with its next flagship vivo X90 series.

vivo has yet to officially reveal the phone’s specs and full features, but the brand did tease some of the improvements being made over the current X-series models.

For starters, the X90 line will feature an upgraded version of ZEISS T* coating as a standard configuration which promise to eliminate flare and ghosting even more effectively. On top of this, the ultra-low distortion ultra-wide-angle camera combined with ZEISS miniaturization and bokeh will enable tilt-shift photography.

As for the main camera, the phone will pack a 1-inch T* main camera lens with a f/1.75 aperture on top of the Sony IMX989 sensor.

Main and ultra-wide cameras aside, the X90 Pro will pack two telephoto cameras. One is a 50mm prime shooter for portrait shots while the other is a 90mm medium telephoto that’s designed with street photography in mind.

Also getting an upgrade is the camera’s chip. For the X90, vivo enhanced the V2 chip, promising better videography, especially for videos taken in low light.

There’s also the enhanced HDR function, as well as the 14bit SuperRaw and video log mode function that will be available on the vivo X90 Pro+. This is part of vivo’s goal to make the X90 a compelling option both as a main camera and as a spare camera for pro photographers.

vivo Product Manager Dian Zhao said: “The vivo X90 Pro+ should not only be the main camera for most users but also become a spare camera for professional photographers.” Based on this ambition, the vivo X90 series beefed up its  camera specifications from its predecessors.

The vivo X90 series’ specs and price will be unveiled soon. More info will be released via the vivo official website and social media pages in Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.