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The Vivo X100 Pro, Unveiling a New Android Flagship

On Thursday, the global debut of the Vivo X100 Pro took place following its initial launch in China. As a member of Vivo's esteemed X Series, this smartphone boasts a remarkable 6.78-inch AMOLED display featuring a 120Hz refresh rate and an impressive peak brightness of 3,000 nits.

While Vivo may not yet enjoy the same global recognition as brands like Huawei, it holds significance as a key player within the BBK Electronics umbrella, sharing lineage with Oppo and OnePlus.

The Vivo X100 Pro, Unveiling a New Android Flagship

The powerhouse within the Vivo X100 Pro lies in Mediatek's cutting-edge Dimensity 9300 chipset, equipped with on-device generative AI capabilities. Mediatek boldly claims the ability to run AI models with 7 billion parameters per second at 20 tokens per second or generate an image using Stable Diffusion in less than one second.

Drawing parallels with Google's Pixel 8, the X100 Pro integrates several features leveraging its robust AI-processing capabilities. From summarizing articles and interviews to generating activity plans and images from word prompts, the X100 Pro offers an intriguing array of possibilities that we eagerly anticipate testing. Key Specs:

  • 6.68-inch AMOLED, 2,800 x 1,260 pixels, up to 120Hz refresh rate

  • 50-megapixel main camera

  • 50-megapixel telephoto camera

  • 50-megapixel ultrawide camera

  • 5,400mAh battery

  • 100W wired charging, 50W wireless charging

  • MediaTek Dimensity 9300 processor

  • IP68 rating for water and dust resistance

  • AI-powered night mode

Vivo asserts that the X100 Pro does not compromise on photography. The rear camera setup comprises a trio of 50-megapixel lenses, including wide, ultra-wide, and periscope-style telephoto lenses with a full-frame equivalent focal length of 100mm. The camera system, bearing the reputable Zeiss brand, comes with features such as a T* lens coating and Zeiss optics. On the front, a 32-megapixel camera caters to selfies and video chats.

Powering the X100 Pro is a robust 5,400mAh battery, supporting both 100W wired fast charging and wireless charging. Despite its impressive global launch, it's noteworthy that Vivo currently has no plans to release the X100 Pro in the US, and an official price is yet to be announced.

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