Earlier this week, vivo announced some details about its X90 series cameras. It boasted several improvements developed by itself and its partner Zeiss but didn’t reveal many concrete details. We were able to gaze at camera samples, however.

We have now received some details about the X90 camera system from an insider. For example, the ultra-wide camera is not mentioned, but there are details about the other image sensors. At the moment, the differences between the Vivo X90 Pro and Pro+ are unclear.

It is expected that the X90 series will feature a 1″ sensor, and at the moment there is really only one option – the IMX989. The company mentioned the new Vivo V2 ISP chip during its presentation. With 16 TOPS per watts, it combines traditional ISP techniques with modern AI algorithms.

There will be a 64MP OmniVision OV64B telephoto camera, with a 1/2 inch sensor, 0.7m pixels, 3-exposure staggered HDR with 4-in-1 pixel binning and 4-in-1 pixel binning. It is unknown how long the lens will be.

As with the X80 series, there will be a portrait lens, but this time it will be paired with a 50MP sensor. The sensor will be the IMX758 (1/2.51″), according to our source, and will debut with the Vivo X90.

Vivo X90 series also supports Dolby Vision – similar to the iPhone 14. It’s expected that the X90 series will be unveiled in December, but more details should leak before then.