The vivo X90 series has not been around for long, but we might be getting an updated model very soon. According to Digital Chat Station, there will be a refresh model called vivo X90S, powered by the yet unannounced Mediatek Dimensity 9200+ chipset.
The X90S will be the second phone after the iQOO Neo8 Pro that vivo will announce with the upcoming chipset. The leakster claimed the AnTuTu score of the Dimensity will be hither than the conventional Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, with the largest core being slightly more powerful.
The Dimensity 9200+ will reach the around 1,350,000 points on AnTuTu, a figure that is well above the vivo X90 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra - two of the most powerful Android phones currently on the market.
The benchmark result is a sum of the CPU, GPU, memory, and UX performance, meaning we should expect more than just a mere processor update when Mediatek announces the new platform.
I remember the X70 Pro had 4 usable cameras including a gimbal, a 2x "portrait" and a 5x periscope all in a relatively manageable size (
Heck, even my Realme X7 Max with D1200 is on A13 since more than a month ago and it started on A11. In fact iirc, it got the official final public A12 and A13 b4 its sister phone - Nord 2!
they are the best all around, full stop. it's not a matter of SoC and mtk is as updated as qcom these days. Vivo for example offers a good 3 major updates to mtk devices, it's not 2016 mate