The positioning of the Vivo X90 Pro is higher than that of the OPPO Find X6, making it several hundred dollars more expensive. However, the presence of the vivo X90 Pro in the high-end market is quite limited. Compared to other manufacturers’ flagship models, it lacks significant advantages in terms of processor, screen, and the absence of a telephoto lens, despite being supported by a one-inch primary camera.
Hardware-wise, both phones feature Dimensity 9200 processors, with OPPO Find X6 supporting LPDDR5X and vivo X90 Pro supporting slightly inferior LPDDR5. Nevertheless, vivo has a better tuning for Dimensity series chips and stands out as the sole domestic mobile phone manufacturer capable of deeply optimizing Dimensity’s high-end chips.
Regarding displays, the OPPO Find X6 and vivo X90 Pro offer similar screen quality with 1.5K curved screens. OPPO Find X6 boasts a 6.74-inch curved screen with 1.07 billion colors, 1440Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, 2772X1240 resolution, and 1450nit peak brightness. On the other hand, the vivo X90 Pro features a 6.78-inch curved screen with 1.07 billion colors, 2160hz high-frequency PWM dimming, 2800X1260 resolution, and 1300nit peak brightness. Though slight differences in screen size, eye protection frequency, and intelligence exist, both screens’ overall look and feel are comparable.
In terms of cameras, both phones sport 32-megapixel high-definition front-facing cameras with good performance in portrait selfies. The main difference lies in the rear camera setup. The OPPO Find X6 comes with a 50-megapixel primary camera (Sony IMX890 sensor), a 50-megapixel wide-angle lens (JN1), and a telephoto lens (IMX890 sensor). It also benefits from Hasselblad image processing, resulting in natural color advantages. Additionally, it utilizes the Mariana image chip for excellent imaging performance, though there are uncertainties following the disbandment of the OPPO chip team.
On the other hand, the vivo X90 Pro features a one-inch super outsole 12-megapixel wide-angle primary camera and a 50-megapixel portrait lens, both equipped with Zeiss imaging and coating. While the main camera specifications are impressive, other lenses don’t match up to the performance of the OPPO Find X6. Nonetheless, including the V2 imaging chip contributes to improving imaging capabilities.
Regarding battery life and charging, the Find X6 has a 4800mAh battery with 80W flash charging, while the vivo X90 Pro boasts a 4870mAh battery with 120W wired and 50W wireless charging. Additionally, the vivo X90 Pro offers the advantage of an IP68 dustproof and waterproof rating, which is absent in the OPPO Find X6 (which only has IP64).
In conclusion, the slightly pricier vivo X90 Pro could be a suitable option if you prioritize imaging and charging capabilities. However, for those seeking a flagship-level phone with comprehensive quality and better telephoto performance than vivo, the OPPO Find X6 offers a more cost-effective choice, especially during promotional activities where it is cheaper.