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Vivo X100 and X100 Pro: Big Cameras Take Center Stage in Vivo’s Global Flagship Phones


  • For international markets, Vivo has unveiled the X100 and X100 Pro smartphones.
  • The MediaTek Dimensity 9300 processor powers the 6.78-inch LTPO AMOLED display on both phones, which features a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
  • The 50-megapixel Zeiss APO super-telephoto camera with 4.3x optical zoom, the 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and the 1-inch type 50-megapixel main camera are all featured on the X100 Pro.
  • The X100 sports three cameras: a 64-megapixel Zeiss super-telephoto lens with a 3x optical zoom, a 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 50-megapixel primary camera.
  • Southeast Asian markets are home to both phones, and the X100 Pro is also available in Europe.

Vivo has set its sights on global dominance with the Vivo X100 and X100 Pro, after wowing the Chinese market with its camera-centric flagships. These powerful smartphones feature impressive specs and a well-known emphasis on photography, making them worthy contenders in the highly competitive flagship market.

A Recurring Camera Focus

Vivo’s X series has been synonymous with premium camera experiences for years. The X100 series stays on course, offering top-tier imaging capabilities that compete with the best in the industry. Large sensors, Zeiss optics, and advanced processing features on both phones ensure stunning photos and videos in a variety of lighting conditions.

Availability and Pricing: Southeast Asia and Beyond

The X100 and X100 Pro are currently being rolled out globally, though they are already available in China. The X100 Pro will also be available in Europe, but Southeast Asian markets like Indonesia and India will be among the first to receive these devices. Sadly, for the time being, the US is left out.

The location and storage options affect the price. The 16GB + 512GB model of the X100 Pro costs HK$7,998 (about Rs. 85,224) in Hong Kong, while the 12GB + 256GB model of the X100 costs HK$5,998 (about Rs. 63,917). Once formal announcements are made, we can anticipate comparable pricing structures in other markets.

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Specifications: Dimensity 9300 Power and Big Camera Differences

The MediaTek Dimensity 9300 processor provides a strong base for both the Vivo X100 and X100 Pro, guaranteeing seamless performance for even the most taxing tasks. Their camera configurations are very different, though.

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X100 Pro: A Zeiss Super-Telephoto and One-Inch Sensor

The X100 Pro wins thanks to its flagship-caliber camera setup. It has a large 1-inch type 50-megapixel main sensor with natural bokeh effects and excellent low-light performance. For breathtaking close-ups, the 50-megapixel Zeiss APO super-telephoto camera also features floating lens technology and 4.3x optical zoom.

X100: A More Modest Camera Package

With a 64-megapixel telephoto lens with a 3x optical zoom and a 50-megapixel primary sensor, the X100 has a more traditional camera configuration. It is not as powerful as the Pros, but it still produces very good images and is very versatile, so for those who love photography, it is a very good choice.

Also Read: The First Phones with MediaTek Dimensity 9300 and Zeiss APO 100mm Periscope Lens

A Familiar Focus and a Familiar Design

With a large, bright 6.78-inch LTPO AMOLED display and a refresh rate of 120 Hz for responsive and fluid scrolling, both phones boast a sleek, contemporary design. For added durability, they also feature IP68 dust and water resistance.

Can Vivo’s Big Cameras Take Down Samsung?

Given Samsung’s market dominance in camera phones, Vivo’s emphasis on large sensors and premium lenses is a daring move. Even though the X100 series seems promising, it is still unclear if it will be able to unseat the Galaxy S23 Ultra. In addition, the highly anticipated Galaxy S24 Ultra is about to arrive, laying the groundwork for a spectacular camera duel in 2024.


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