The vivo X90 series hasn’t been around for long. Nevertheless, an updated model could launch very soon. According to tipster Digital Chat Station, there will be a new variant called the vivo X90S, which will run on the not-yet-announced MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ chipset.
The vivo X90S would be the second vivo smartphone after the iQOO Neo8 Pro, which the Chinese will equip with the upcoming chipset. According to DCS, the test score in the AnTuTu benchmark exceeds the values of the currently fastest Android chipset, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. This is partly due to the fact that MediaTek clocks the Prime core of the Dimensity 9200+ a little faster. Overall, the Dimensity 9200+ should achieve around 1,350,000 points in the AnTuTu benchmark. That would put it well ahead of the vivo X90 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, two of the most powerful Android phones money can buy right now.
The test values in the AnTuTu benchmark are the sum of AnTuTu’s CPU, GPU, memory and UX tests. So you can expect not only a processor update from the Dimensity 9200+, but also other chipset improvements. MediaTek could also install a new graphics chip or use new technologies. The performance also depends on the installed RAM and storage – vivo will most likely use the current LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage.