Vivo will launch its X100 series flagship smartphones in China on November 13. Digital Chat Statio (DCS) has revealed a few key details about the vanilla X100’s camera ahead of launch.
Vivo X100 has a triple rear camera system led by a Sony IMX920 sensor with an f/1.57 aperture. An ultrawide sensor and a periscope tele-macro lens with an f/2.57 aperture and a 3x optical zoom will join it.
It’ll also cover a wide range of focal lengths, from 15mm to 70mm. Users can take landscapes and close-ups with this. Although the X100 Pro is rumored to have Vario-Apo-Sonnar lenses, DCS says the vanilla X100 will keep Vario-Tessar lenses.
As the tipster mentioned, the “Sony IMX920” is an internal reference model name, and Sony is currently focusing on its Lytia brand. Therefore, the IMX920 may be marketed as the “LYT8xx series”.
Digital Chat Station also revealed a 1.5K BOE-centered single-hole curved screen with short-focus optical fingerprint support.
Probably 6.78 inches with 120Hz refresh rate. The device will also come with a Dimensity 9300 processor, 16GB of LPDDR5T RAM, and 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage.