Although we still have to wait a long time, we are secretly already very much looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy S23. After all, the South Korean company’s next flagship carries with it a great advantage. An advantage that you as a consumer can already take advantage of now.
The advantage: the Qualcomm Snapdragon Gen 2 chip. The smartphone: the brand new model from the Chinese company Vivo.
Android phone previews Samsung Galaxy S23
Are you diligently looking for an Android phone and is performance the part for you? Then the new Vivo X90 Pro Plus is without a doubt a viable option. Indeed, the Chinese-made device features the new Qualcomm Snapdragon Gen 2, logically the successor to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
Officially, the arrival of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 has not yet been confirmed, but excited we are. In fact, typically European models of the S series come with an Exynos chip. That’s the model produced by Samsung itself, but it doesn’t do nearly as well as Qualcomm’s counterpart. So the arrival of that chip, especially for us in the Netherlands, is quite a “big deal.
Unique functionality though, THE essential part of the Android phone is not. The Vivo X90 Pro Plus focuses mainly on its impressive camera. Located on the back of the device, it features a 1-inch sensor with 50-megapixels. Not the first time we’ve seen the sensor, but we’ve never seen it as large as in the X90 Pro Plus.
For sale in the Netherlands?
The flag already gives away the answer: the Vivo X90 Pro Plus is currently on sale only in China. Still the rollout is good news, as many smartphones will follow in the coming months. More innovation is always better, so good news!
While we have your attention as Android users, we would like to warn you about a common mistake. In recent years, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the dangers associated with wonderful innovations.
For example, as an Android user, you may be quick to think a little lax about an application like Google Play Protect, but it can cost you dearly. Why? That’s what colleague Wesley Akkerman lovingly explains to you: