The vivo X90 Pro+ just scored 140 points in DxdOMark camera test, enabling them to rank 10th in its global image ranking.
DxOMark is a testing authority that measures smartphone performance in photo, video, and zoom quality. According to them, the overall photography performance of the vivo X90 Pro+ is very good. The device is the first to use a 1-inch sensor in its main camera, complemented by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.
Cutting-Edge Advanced Camera Technology
DxOMark released that the vivo X90 Pro+ scored 140 in photos, 70 in Bokeh, 71 in Preview, 150 in Zoom, and 129 in Video. They also noted the following highlights of the device:
Consistent camera experience across most features and usages.
Very good photo performance, providing a high level of details, good exposure, and an accurate white balance in all lighting conditions.
High quality low light photo rendering, with image noise under control, making it ideal for night portraits and cityscapes.
Very powerful zoom-in and video, providing a good level of details from ultra-wide to long-range telezoom.
The zoom feature of the vivo X90 Pro+ was also praised by DxOMark. It provided very detailed photos under various zoom settings, achieving the second highest score so far in zoom.
Equipped with a quad-lens camera, the vivo ZEISS-branded cameras also feature ZEISS T Coating and vivo’s very own V2 chip. This results in delivering clear and crisp images to users. It consists of a 50MP primary lens that uses a large 1-inch sensor with a fairly fast f/1.75 aperture lens and OIS, a 48MP f/2.2 Sony IMX598 with 14mm equivalent ultra-wide-angle camera, a 50MP f/1.6 Sony IMX758 Portrait Camera with 50mm focal length equivalent, and a 64MP OmniVision OV64B 3.5x telephoto camera. These four cameras of the vivo X90 Pro+ are commended by DxOMark for providing photo and video outputs in clear detail even under extremely low-light conditions and keeping image noise well under control.