vivo X100 leaks: 2.2 million AnTuTu score, Dimensity 9300, 16GB RAM

The vivo X100 series is expected to launch shortly after the November 6 announcement of the flagship Dimensity 9300 chipset. The series will reportedly include the X100 and the X100 Pro, with the X100 Pro+ coming in early 2024.

A vivo model with the name V2309A has surfaced on AnTuTu with the new Dimensity 9300 chipset, 16GB of LPDD5T RAM, 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage, and Android 14. The phone scored an impressive 2,249,858 points on AnTuTu, 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.

Interestingly, a vivo model with the name V2324A, which is rumored to be the X100 Pro, has surfaced on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, Adreno 730 GPU, 12GB of RAM, and Android 14. This is in contrast to the rumored Dimensity 9300 chipset for the X100 Pro. It is possible that this is either a chipset indicator error or that the device name is incorrect.

vivo’s Boxiao Han has teased a new Zeiss Vario-APO-Sonnar lens for the periscope camera of the upcoming X100 Pro. This will be the first of its kind, and will be backed by vivo’s third-year image algorithm. Han also said that the periscope will have a wide aperture, macro capabilities, and will elevate the photographic qualities of the X100 Pro far beyond the X90 Pro+.

Finally, Digital Chat Station on Weibo has reiterated that the design of the vivo X100 Pro, which he shared back in August, is the one we’re going to see when the phone is officially launched.


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