Due to the X90 series’ appearance on a Geekbench benchmark, Vivo is launching them. Prior to introduction, the next model’s specifications were revealed.
The Vivo X90 series has finally been discovered, claims the Giz China report, using the benchmarking website Geekbench. Before the launch was anticipated, the sighting was discovered.
According to reports, Vivo will soon introduce its brand-new X90 line of smartphones. Also just announced by Vivo is the X90 series’ anticipated November 22 Chinese release.
The Vivo X90 and the Vivo X90 Pro+ 5G Smartphones are the two main smartphones anticipated to launch in the Vivo X90 Series.
After making its formal debut in China, the smartphone is anticipated to reach retailers in other areas.
The most expensive X90 and Pro+ 5G Vivo versions will be part of the portfolio, as was previously stated in a report by My Smart Price.
The series will also include a standard X90 and an X90 Pro 5G smartphone as its two primary options, topping everything off. Before its official release, a Vivo X90 series phone was also seen on the Geekbench website.
Expected smartphone specifications include the newer Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
The smartphone might either be the Vivo X90 or the X90 Pro, as can be seen on the device’s official Geekbench listing. A Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC is anticipated to be included in the X90 Pro+ 5G smartphone.
A MediaTek flagship SoC is also anticipated to be present in the X90 and X90 Pro. According to the leaked Vivo X90 specifications, the smartphone will use the Dimensity 9200 SoC as its power source.
The listing on the benchmarking website Geekbench indicates that the smartphone may have 12 GB of RAM.
The model number V2241A was used to identify the purported X90 series on the Geekbench website. According to the device’s Geekbench listing, it has 12 GB of RAM and might ship with Android 13 out of the box.
However, according to the Geekbench listing website, the smartphone was able to reach a multi-core test result of 4055. Additionally, the GPU benchmark results for the chip were just just made public.