Vivo has once more raised the bar for premium smartphones. The X90 series has made remarkable advancements in every regard, including a new self-developed chip called the vivo V2, new camera features, and an improved screen.
The independently created image chip: V2
The interoperability and usefulness of V2 chips have been greatly enhanced as a result of the new AI-ISP design. The novel aspect is that different game performances have improved. Large-scale games operate extremely smoothly thanks to ProMEMC’s support for interpolating game frames to 90120 frames via independent display chips. It is reported that the in-depth cooperation between vivo and MediaTek has brought significant functions such as superframe stabilisation mode and chip eye protection employed in Honor of Kings.
The adaptive picture quality mode, created by vivo, MediaTek, and Honor of Kings together, is one of them. It is based on the adaptive loop of MAGT games. The mean square deviation is only 0.92, reaching the industry’s highest level after turning on this feature and operating for an hour in 120+ extreme configuration in a 26°C environment. Chip eye protection technology reduces the amount of high-energy visible blue light to less than 5%, and the degree of the colour cast is reduced by 12%, ensuring that the screen does not shift colour while reducing blue light.
The X90 series’ improved image capabilities are primarily caused by two factors:
When it comes to professional optical systems, vivo and ZEISS work closely together and employ a variety of process methods to efficiently suppress flare and produce pure images when photographing night scenes. It uses a sub-wavelength structure and the moth-eye cornea’s biomimetic design. Flare and ghosting can be completely eliminated thanks to the further 42.8% reduction in reflectivity when compared to the previous generation of ALD coating. The CMOS colour loss issue is substantially resolved by vivo’s self-developed VCS biomimetic spectroscopic technology, which was inspired by research on the human visual system.
The X90 series has strong software capabilities in addition to strong hardware. The Firmament Night System algorithm was developed by vivo in collaboration with ZEISS and enables users to hand-shoot professional-grade starry sky photography blockbusters without the usage of extra gear.
The X90 series’ imaging capabilities can be summed up in one line thus: “Professionals use it to create more quickly and with more magic, while ordinary people utilise it to shoot professional video works.”
A fresh batch of Q9 light-emitting diodes
The vivo X90 and X90 Pro have a 6.78-inch hyperbolic BOE OLED panel with Q9 light-emitting components, which are both durable and attractive screens. It complies with the super retina screen display standard and has a resolution of up to 452PPI, giving consumers the finest visual shock and comfort for the human eye. The screen display DCI-P3 colour gamut value can reach more than 115% using BOE’s industry-leading wide colour gamut technology, and the peak brightness can reach 1300 nits. This results in a display with a picture quality that is crisp and delicate, vivid, and colourful. Also, even in bright light, the screen’s content is perfectly visible.
The X90 series products also use a brand-new blue diamond pixel arrangement that BOE separately created. This layout allows for the display of ultra-high definition fine visuals even when reading tiny text repeatedly.
Vivo X series achieved “professional camera” recognition, product value, and user reputation after ten years of intense study, effort, and self-revolution. The hottest item you should check out right now is the vivo X90.