Vivo has revealed new details about their highly-anticipated flagship smartphone, the X100 Pro. Alongside the blue variant, the device was also showcased in an attractive orange color. However, the highlight of the unveiling was the release of the first sample photos taken with both the basic and Pro versions of the smartphone.
All of these remarkable photographs were captured with the vivo X100’s top-of-the-line cameras. At first glance, it’s hard to believe they were taken with smartphones. While some post-processing may have been applied, the dynamic range and background blur quality are truly impressive. The sunset photography, in particular, benefited from the superior Zeiss APO lens, which combines exceptional optical capabilities with an anti-reflective coating.
As per available information, the vivo X100 will feature a remarkable 50 MP primary camera equipped with a Sony IMX920 sensor and an f/1.57 lens aperture. Additionally, it will sport a 50 MP ultra-wide-angle camera with the Samsung ISOCELL JN1 sensor, and a 64 MP TV camera with 3x optical zoom and an aperture of f/2.57, using the OmniVision OV64B sensor. For even more advanced camera capabilities, the X100 Pro model is expected to offer enhanced modules. Both smartphones will be powered by the latest flagship processors, such as the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.
The official presentation of the vivo X100 series is scheduled for November 13th. There are rumors suggesting that the X100 model with a 12 + 256 GB configuration will be priced at approximately $547.