At this time, the X90 Pro+ is not leaving China, and it is unknown whether or not this will ever change.
Both the standard X90 and the X90 Pro share a lot of the same technology. For example, both include a 6.78-inch 10-bit AMOLED display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz and a resolution of 1260p. They are quite close in size to one another, and both offer rapid charging of 120W over a wired connection. Another characteristic shared by all cameras is that they were calibrated by Zeiss.
The Vivo V2 Image Signal Processor (ISP) that is included in the X90 and X90 Pro makes it possible to use the Super Night Video in 4K and AI Night View modes. The first method stacks up 10 RAW photographs while keeping HDR and fine-tunes the colors and tones of each individual segment, whereas the second method allows you to record films in very dark areas.
The vivo X90 comes equipped with a 50MP primary camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and a 12MP 2x telephoto camera. The 50-megapixel main camera of the X90 Pro uses a 1″-type Sony IMX989 sensor, making it noticeably more exciting than its predecessor. In addition to that, there is a 12MP ultrawide camera and a 50MP 2x telephoto camera.
Vivo did not provide any information regarding the costs of these smartphones in their statement. Only the Legendary Black color option, which has a texture on the back that resembles leather, will be available for the purchase of the Vivo X90 Pro.