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Vivo’s camera-centric flagships were initially unveiled for global markets, including Europe and Southeast Asia, where Vivo has a significant presence. Vivo released both their X100 Pro and X100 smartphones for global release with compelling specifications that compete directly against those offered by Samsung, such as their Galaxy S23 series (released last August) and an anticipated new Galaxy s24 series set for debut next January 2024.
Vivo’s X series smartphones have long been known for their camera-centric approach. They have served as Vivo’s premium offerings until book-style or horizontal foldables like its X Fold series were announced a few years ago. A lot has stayed the same regarding Vivo’s approach towards their product lineup with this newest iteration of this product series, although you should keep this in mind.Vivo X100 Pro and X100 PricingVivo recently unveiled two smartphones at their China launch – Vivo X100 Pro cost CNY 4,999 (approx. Rs 56,500), while its sibling Vivo X100 was listed for CNY 3,999 (roughly Rs 50000) with 12GB + 256GB RAM storage capacities respectively; The Verge reports both will soon hit Southeast Asian markets such as Indonesia and India.
Though neither Southeast Asian market has revealed pricing details yet, Hong Kong market pricing was revealed. For 16GB + 512GB RAM + storage variant of Vivo X100 Pro, there will be one retail price tag of HK$7,998 or roughly Rs 85,224. In comparison, the Vivo X100 base model costs just HK$5,998 with 12GB + 256GB memory + storage option being made available as an initial offering and a secondary 16GB + 512GB variant available also when announced in India – though these variants could change further when announced there.
Vivo X100 Pro and Vivo X100 Specifications
Both phones share similar core hardware, their main differences being noticeable in camera quality and battery capacity.
Vivo’s X100 Pro and the standard Vivo X100 both boast 6.78-inch LTPO AMOLED displays with resolutions of 1,260x 2,800 and 120Hz refresh rates, powered by MediaTek Dimensity 9300 SoCs; however, while both use V3 imaging chips on Vivo’s Pro device while V2 chips need replacing on other versions.
Vivo’s X100 Pro boasts three cameras: an OIS-enabled 1-inch type 50MP primary lens camera, a 50 MP ultrawide angle lens camera and a 50MP Zeiss APO super telephoto lens camera capable of zooming to 4.3X zoom ability that also features OIS; as well as 32-MP selfie snapper and 5,400mAh battery support that supports 100W wired charging as well as 50W wireless charging capabilities.

Vivo X100 features three cameras: an ordinary 50MP primary with OIS, a 50MP ultrawide-angle and a 64MP Zeiss super-telephoto camera, while a 32 MP selfie camera handles selfies. Furthermore, there’s fast 120W wired charging support but no wireless charging support on board this phone with its 5,000mAh capacity battery and wireless charging support of 120W (not supported, however).

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