There is a myth saying the larger the sensor size, the better photos it takes. Why is it a myth that Apple still uses “low-res” sensors on the iPhone, but they capture outstanding photos? On the other hand, if a sensor parameters list is eye-catching, most likely, it will take good photos. As for the latter, we can bring an example of the Xiaomi 13. The phone uses the 1-inch outsole of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra. Later, this sensor was used in the VIVO X90 Pro+. There has been every reason to think that the VIVO flagship will be at the top of the DXOMARK rating. But actually, it’s on the bottom.
VIVO X90 Pro+ scores
The X90 Pro Plus scored a total of 140 points, ranking tenth in the DXOMARK camera global list. It is slightly higher than the Mi 12S Ultra.
DXOMARK said that the overall photography performance of the VIVO X90 Pro Plus is very good. It comes with a significant upgrade compared to the VIVO X80 Pro.
DXOMARK said that the X90 Pro Plus has a powerful camera module, and the photo details are quite good under various zoom settings. That’s why it achieves the second highest score so far in zoom. In most cases, it shows good exposure management and a more precise white balance.
The overall performance of the VIVO X90 Pro+ in the photo and video modes is excellent, and the dynamic range is quite wide.
However, the X90 Pro+ does not have zero shutter lag, which leads to the slow response of the autofocus function in the photo and video modes in the [default camera mode]. At the same time. It has an inaccurate representation of dark skin tones and blending objects in high-contrast scenes.
The VIVO X90 Pro+ and the Xiaomi 12S Ultra have achieved very good performances. Both use the IMX989 one-inch main sensor.
In addition, the phone comes with imaging technologies from Leica and Zeiss.