Chinese manufacturer Vivo introduced a new smartphone series this Monday (13). Models include X100 and X100 Pro featuring the debut of the company’s top-of-the-line Dimensity 9300 processor. MediaTek4nm architecture.
Both bring one 6.78 inch AMOLED curved screen It has a resolution of 1260p and a dynamic refresh rate of up to 120 Hz and a brightness of 3,000 nits.
brings double Up to 16 GB RAM and Up to 1 TB internal storageThere is a 32 MP front camera for selfies, as well as IP68 certification for resistance to water and dust particles.
Connectivity is standard Wi-Fi 7 and Bluetooth 5.4; The factory operating system is the recently released Android 14 (with the manufacturer’s skin called OriginOS 4).
Differences between Vivo X100 and Vivo X100 Pro
The main difference from the X100 Pro is in the rear camera set. three 50 MP sensors. The most important of these is Sony IMX989. certified telephoto lens Zeiss APO standardimproves color capture even at high magnifications.
The device promises 4.3x optical zoom and up to 100x digital zoom, with 50% reflection reduction and up to 4K video capture.
Vivo X100, on the other hand, has a 50 MP main sensor, a 64 MP telephoto lens with a maximum 3x zoom and a 50 MP ultra-wide lens.
Vivo X100 Pro also has a larger battery than the other model: 5,400 mAh with 100W wired or 50W wireless chargingX100, on the other hand, has a 5,000 mAh power module and 120W charging speed via cable.
Vivo Watch 3
Another new feature offered by the brand is the Vivo Watch 3 smart watch, which has a 1.43-inch circular screen, digital crown and a more intuitive bracelet changing system.
Also smart watch BlueOS operating systemfrom the manufacturer itself, which has various AI functions.
Vivo X100 and X100 Pro will first be available in China from November 21 in black, white, blue and orange color options.
Prices range from 3,999 yuan (about R$ 2,600 in direct currency conversion) to 5,999 yuan (about R$ 4,000), depending on the model and configurations chosen.
The version of the Vivo Watch 3 with mobile data via eSIM costs around R$ 880 on direct currency conversion; Additionally, sales in China will start on November 21.
Source: Tec Mundo
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