Vivo X100 series to be launched on November 13 with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, Hynix LPDDR5T RAM along with Vivo Watch 3

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Vivo X100 launch date cn.

Vivo has officially announced the upcoming launch of the vivo X100 series, which consists of the vivo X100 and vivo X100 Pro, scheduled for November 13th in China. This release marks the successor to last year's vivo X90 series. Additionally, they will be unveiling the vivo Watch3 and introducing their own Blue River operating system, specifically optimized for IoT products.

Vivo X100 back design leak cn.

In a promotional image the company shares, the phone's design showcases a prominent circular camera module housing four cameras at its center. The module features the ZEISS T* text, and the blue version of the phone boasts a textured body and a sleek curved design. Han Boxiao, a product manager at vivo, who posted the image, mentioned that the new phone's design draws inspiration from celestial star trails, much like the romantic Milky Way in space.

Vivo X100 V2309A Antutu score leak.

The vivo X100 series phone surfaced on the AnTuTu listing with the model number V2309A. The listing unveiled key specifications, including a Dimensity 9300 SoC, 16GB of RAM, and a generous 1TB of storage. Impressively, it achieved a benchmark score of 2,249,858, surpassing the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, which scored 2.13 million points.

Furthermore, the listing revealed that the phone is running Android 14. The company has officially confirmed that the device will launch with OriginOS 4, and it is expected to feature Funtouch OS 14 for the global market.

This phone is expected to incorporate Vivo's 6nm self-developed imaging chip V3, and Hynix LPDDR5T RAM, and the entire series is rumored to come equipped with periscope telephoto lenses, boasting the industry's exclusive Zeiss APO standard certification.

According to information from, the pricing for the vivo X100 series will commence at 3,999 yuan (approximately USD 546 or Rs. 45,500) for the 12GB+256GB variant. Interestingly, it appears that the company has opted to skip the 8GB and 128GB models this time around.