The vivo X100 series is coming shortly after the November 6 announcement of the flagship Dimensity 9300. Per our knowledge, the series will feature the X100 and the X100 Pro with the X100 Pro+ coming in early 2024.
A vivo model name V2309A has surfaced on AnTuTu sporting the new Dimensity 9300 chipset, 16 GB of what should be LPDD5T RAM, 1 TB of UFS 4.0 storage, and Android 14.
The phone posted a superb score of 2,249,858, which breaks down with a CPU score of 518,632, a GPU score of 918,790, a memory score of 474,036, and a UX score of 338,400.
Rumor has it that the X100 and X100 Pro will both have a Dimensity 9300 SoC, but interestingly, a vivo V2324A, which is rumored to be the X100 Pro, has surfaced on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip. It packs the Adreno 730 GPU, 12GB of RAM, and Android 14.
The SD 8 Gen 1 doesn’t tie in anywhere in the rumored specs of the vivo X100 series so that run may be either altered chipset indicator or device name.
Meanwhile, vivo’s Boxiao Han teased a new Zeiss Vario-APO-Sonnar lens for the periscope camera of the upcoming X100 Pro. It will be the first of its kind, backed by vivo’s third-year image algorithm.
He goes on to say that the periscope will have a wide aperture, and macro capabilities and that it will elevate the photographic qualities of the X100 Pro far beyond the X90 Pro+.
Finally, Digital Chat Station on Weibo reiterated that the design, which he shared back in August, is the one we’re going to see when the vivo X100 Pro becomes official.