Vivo X90S Launched With MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ SoC, 120W Wired Fast Charging

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On Monday, Vivo X90S was released in China. This is the fourth smartphone from Vivo’s X90 lineup to hit the market. The battery is supported by a MediaTek Dimensity SoC, and the device is capable of 120W wired rapid charging. The Vivo X90, Vivo X90 Pro, and Vivo X90 Pro+ were introduced before. The recently released Vivo X90S has a full-HD+ AMOLED screen and a triple-camera setup in the back. There are three different storage capacities and four different colour options for the phone.

Vivo X90S features and specification

The Vivo X90S has a 6.78-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of full HD+ (2800 by 1260 pixels), a refresh rate of 120Hz, a screen-to-body ratio of 93.53 percent, and an aspect ratio of 20:9. The phone comes preinstalled with ColorOS 3, which is based on Android 13. Octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ system-on-chip (SoC) with support for up to 12GB of LPDDR5X RAM and up to 512GB of UFS4.0 internal storage is included in the newest Vivo X90 series smartphone.

The Vivo X90S has a triple camera setup on the back, with a 50-megapixel Sony IMX663 main sensor, an ultra-wide 12-megapixel sensor with an f/2.0 aperture, and a telephoto 50mm fixed-focus lens for portrait shots. The front-facing camera has a 32-megapixel sensor.

The Vivo X90S has a 120W wired fast charging capability and a 5,000mAh battery. The phone has both a fingerprint scanner embedded in the screen and facial recognition software for further safety. In addition to 5G SA/NSA, it has support for dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth v5.3, GPS, Near Field Communication (NFC), and USB Type-C.

Vivo X90S price and availability

The Vivo X90S begins at CNY 3,999 (approximately Rs. 45,300) for the basic 8GB + 256GB model. The base model of the Vivo X90S starts at CNY 4,299 (approximately Rs. 48,800), while the top-end model with 12GB + 512GB storage costs CNY 4,699 (about Rs. 53,300).

The X90S from Vivo comes in four different colours: Black, Confession, Huaxia Red, and Qingyang (Chinese for “night sky”).

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