Yesterday in China, Vivo revealed its latest flagship X100 series smartphones at an event. This series includes both standard and pro models that share a common design language, a slim profile and a protruding circular camera module on the rear. While the standard and pro models bear striking similarities, they differ in a few aspects.
The Vivo X100 and X100 Pro are powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 9300 SoC. They are the first smartphones to use LPDDR5T RAM technology, limited to the top-end variant, boasting up to 16GB RAM and 1TB UFS 4 storage.
Both models sport a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with curved edges, featuring a 1.5K resolution, adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ support, and a peak brightness of 3,000 nits.
Their triple rear camera setup comprises a 50MP OIS-enabled main sensor, a 50MP ultra-wide-angle unit, and a 64MP (50MP on the Pro) telephoto lens offering 3x optical and 100x digital zoom.
The super telephoto camera uses the ZEISS-certified Vario-APO-Sonnar lens. For selfies, both phones feature a 32MP front camera and leverage Vivo’s V3 imaging chip for enhanced photography capabilities and 4K video recording.
The standard and Pro models are equipped with 5,000mAh and 5,400mAh battery units, supporting 120W and 100W wired charging, respectively. Additionally, the X100 Pro supports 50W wireless charging.
Both devices boast an in-screen fingerprint scanner and are IP68-certified for dust and water resistance. They come with OriginOS 4-based Android 14 out of the box. Connectivity options include a USB-C Gen 3.2 port, WiFi-7, 5G, NFC, and Bluetooth 5.3.
Vivo is offering the X100 and X100 Pro in a vibrant array of colour choices: Star Trail Blue, Sunset Orange, White Moonlight, and Cheyne Black.
Pricing and Availability
For now, the X100 and X100 Pro are only available in China with a starting price of CNY3,999 (~RM2,589) and goes all the way up to CNY5,999 (~RM3,883).
We will keep our eyes and ears open for local availability and pricing.