vivo announces launch date for X100 Ultra, X100s duo

Yordan, 06 May 2024

The vivo X100 Ultra will be announced on May 13, the company confirmed today on its Weibo account. The event will also see the introduction of two new flagships, X100s and X100s Pro, the first of which will have flat sides and front panel.

The company already listed the phones on its online store in China, revealing the available memory combos and color options.

The X100 Ultra has a camera setup that is different from that of the other X100 smartphones. According to a senior executive, the phone, with its flagship-tier camera technologies, will excel in five key scenes:

  • The micro-gimbal anti-shake telephoto lens will be able to capture fast cars.
  • The macro feature of the telephoto camera has the biggest magnification rate among smartphones – 3.4:1.
  • Dark light telephoto portrait option will provide seamless images with no glare or reflections.
  • Telephoto lens can also capture starlight in the night sky.
  • With the help of Zeiss, the X100 Ultra and the vivo ISP users will be able to capture sunsets, sunrises, and flowing clouds.

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vivo X100 Ultra and X100s posters

The X100s and X100s Pro are not as heavily twased as the Ultra. We expect these phones to have a similar of specifications to the X100 and X100 Pro but with a different chipset – Dimensity 9300+. Meanwhile, the Ultra is likely to come with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.

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One rumor suggested the X100 Ultra with 16 GB RAM and 1 TB storage will cost CNY8,499, which is north of $1,100 but we are yet to learn more in the seven days, leading to the announcement.

Source (in Chinese) | Via


Reader comments

  • Cloud
  • 07 May 2024
  • J6v

Seems a great phone but copying the design of Xiaomi 14 Ultra isn't great.Uniqueness is beauty.

Dimensity 9300+ is definitely better than the 8 Gen 3. Don't see why they aren't using an overclockrd version of the 8 Gen 3 instead

Xiaomi for better gcam support

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