vivo has just introduced its latest line of flagship smartphones in China: the X100 Ultra, the X100s and the X100s Pro.

vivo X100 Ultra

Starting with the X100 Ultra, its standout feature is its state-of-the-art camera system. The main camera features a 1-inch Sony LYT-900 sensor, while the periscope camera uses a 200MP ISOCELL HP9 sensor developed with Samsung, making it the largest telephoto sensor ever seen on a phone.

The periscope camera is equipped with a 1/1.4″ sensor, the largest ever seen on a phone, with an f/2.67 aperture and an 85mm equivalent focal length.

Offering up to 3.7x optical zoom and 20x magnification in telephoto macro mode, it also features industry-leading CIPA 4.5 telephoto stabilization. It also features Zeiss T* coating and APO certification to improve clarity and reduce fringing.

vivo introduces its proprietary BlueImage algorithm with the X100 Ultra, designed to solve common photography problems such as backlighting and preserving details in low light. Additionally, the device is powered by the Vivo V3+ imaging chip for 4K portrait video recording.

The X100 Ultra's 50MP main camera has a 1/0.98″ LYT-900 sensor with f/1.75 aperture with gimbal stabilization and supports 4K video recording at 120fps and Dolby Vision. It also includes a camera 14mm equivalent ultra-wide with a 1/2″ 50MP LYT-600 sensor.

Moving on to other specifications, the X100 Ultra has a 6.78-inch curved E7 LTPO AMOLED 2K display with a resolution of 1,440 x 3,200 pixels and a refresh rate of 1-120Hz, with a maximum brightness of up to 3,000 nits.

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It has a 50 MP front camera and an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. Weighing 229 grams and 9.23 mm thick, it houses a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, up to 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage.

Running on OriginOS 4 based on Android 14, the device is powered by a 5,500mAh battery that supports 80W fast wired and 30W wireless charging. It also supports 5.5G connectivity and two-way satellite in China, along with standard connectivity options like 4G, 5G, Wi-Fi 7, Bluetooth 5.4 and is IP69 and IP68 rated.

Quick specs: vivo X100 Ultra

vivo X100s and X100s Pro

vivo also introduced two new models, the vivo X100s and the vivo X100s Pro, joining the X100 Ultra in its lineup. These are the first phones to feature the MediaTek Dimensity 9300+ SoC.

The vivid X100s and X100s Pro have 6.78-inch LTPO 8T OLED displays with 1260 x 2800 pixel resolution and 10-bit color that covers 100% DCI-P3. These screens reach a brightness of 3,000 nits and use 2,160 Hz high-frequency PWM dimming.

In addition, vivo has included pixel compensation technology, which extends the life of the screen more than twice. While the X100s has a flat screen, the X100s Pro retains the curved screen of its predecessor.

In terms of design, the X100s and X100s Pro are slightly thicker and heavier at 8.91mm and 224g respectively. However, this allows for a larger battery capacity of 5,400 mAh on the X100s Pro, while the X100s model has a 5,100 mAh battery. Both support 100W wired charging and 50W wireless charging.

Despite the increased battery capacity, the X100s is slimmer at 7.8mm compared to the original X100 (8.5mm) and the X100s Pro. However, it weighs the same as the X100s Pro at 203g.

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The vivo X100s Pro is equipped with the vivo V3 imaging chip and features a large 1/0.98-inch main sensor (IMX989) with an f/1.75 lens and OIS. It also includes a 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera and a 50MP periscope camera with floating lens OIS design.

On the other hand, the X100s features a smaller 50MP main module with an f/1.57 lens and a 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera. Its camera adopts a periscope design and has a 50 MP sensor. Both models feature 32MP selfie cameras with f/2.0 lenses.

In addition, both models offer an IP69 rating, in addition to the IP68 rating for water immersion.

Quick specs: vivo X100s

Quick specs: vivo X100s Pro

Prices and availability

The sale of the vivo X100 Ultra starts on May 28, while the vivo X100s and X100s Pro will be available from May 17.

vivo X100 Ultra

Available in titanium, white and gray, with the following price:

  • 12GB+256GB: 6,499 Yuan (US$898 or Rs.76,530 approx.)
  • 16GB+512GB: 7,299 Yuan (US$1,009 or Rs.85,950 approx.)
  • 16GB+1TB: 7,999 Yuan (US$1,105 or Rs.94,190 approx.)

vivo X100s

It is offered in titanium, white, black/grey and green, with the following price:

  • 12GB+256GB: 3,999 Yuan (US$552 or Rs.47,090 approx.)
  • 16GB+256GB: 4,399 Yuan (US$608 or Rs.51,800 approx.)
  • 16GB+512GB: 4,699 Yuan (US$649 or Rs.55,335 approx.)
  • 16GB+1TB: 5,199 Yuan (US$718 or Rs.61,220 approx.)

vivo X100s Pro

It comes in titanium, white and black/grey, with the following price:

  • 12GB+256GB: 4,999 Yuan (USD 691 or Rs. 58,865 approx.)
  • 16GB+512GB: 5,599 Yuan (US$774 or Rs.65,930 approx.)
  • 16GB+1TB: 6,199 Yuan (US$857 or Rs.72,995 approx.)


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