Vivo X100 Series Launch in China: Launch Date, Specifications, Pricing & More

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo has begun to hype its upcoming flagship smartphones – the X100 Series. The X100 Series is reportedly set to succeed the Vivo X90 series and will be photography-focused. The X100 Series is expected to come with impressive camera capabilities and large batteries with fast charging, among other features. Interestingly, the new X100 Series smartphones could be powered by the latest flagship processors from both Qualcomm and Mediatek. The X100 Pro, for instance, is rumoured to feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 while the X100 Pro+ might have a MediaTek Dimensity 9300.

The X100 Series smartphones are also rumoured to come with periscope zoom lenses for up to 10x optical zoom. In terms of display, the X100 Series smartphones are likely to offer an AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and curved design. The phones may also feature a punch-hole cutout on the front for the selfie camera. In addition to this, the X100 Series smartphones are expected to have large batteries with support for 50W wireless charging.

Vivo X100 Series smartphones are expected to be launched on 13 November in China. The company has confirmed the event on Weibo, China’s microblogging platform. During the event, Vivo will reportedly unveil its new flagship smartphones and vivo Watch 3. The vivo Watch 3 is expected to be the company’s first smartwatch that runs on Blue OS, its custom mobile operating system.

Aside from revealing the launch date of the X100 Series, Vivo has also released an official poster for the smartphones. The posters give us an idea of the design and overall look of the upcoming flagships. The smartphones are also expected to feature an unibody metal construction.

The Vivo X100 Series will be available in two models – the X100 and the X100 Pro. The X100 will be the entry-level model while the X100 Pro is expected to be the premium offering. Both models are expected to be available in multiple colour options. The X100 Pro is also rumoured to feature a dual rear camera setup that includes a 1-inch Sony IMX989 primary sensor, a Samsung JN1 ultra-wide sensor, and an OmniVision OV64B telephoto shooter for a up to 4.3x optical zoom. The X100 series is also rumoured to have a 20MP tele-macro lens for close-up shots.

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