On Monday, May 13, Vivo’s X100 Ultra will be officially unveiled – and it’s been quite the hypebeast since vivo execs said it would be a “professional camera that makes calls.” But some new details regarding its camera system have been leaked today. There is no doubt that this is going to be the most beastly cameraphone ever made, absolutely worthy of its Thanos codename.

The camera will feature a 50 MP Sony Lytia LYT-900 1-inch sensor, a 50 MP Sony Lytia LYT-600 ultrawide, and a 50 MP Samsung ISOCELL JN1 selfie snapper. Do note all of them will support 4K video recording at 60fps.

Undoubtedly, the highlight will be the 200 MP periscope zoom camera, which will use a Samsung ISOCELL HP9 sensor developed in collaboration with Vivo. For a periscope telephoto camera, this will be the largest sensor ever used. A vivo-developed technology optimizes pixel light sensitivity, resulting in 12% improvements over Samsung’s existing HP3.

As the industry’s strongest low-dispersion glass material, fluorite glass will also improve image quality. Sony’s new G Master lenses also use this material, which isn’t surprising considering Zeiss’ involvement with both vivo and Sony. According to the vivo executive quoted above, this material was previously only used in professional cameras.

Moreover, the telephoto should also be class-leading when it comes to image stabilization, due to its proprietary software algorithms in addition to optical image stabilization.

With Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC and a “2K” AMOLED screen, as well as a 5,500 mAh battery with 80W wired charging and 30W wireless charging, the X100 Ultra should be a top-quality device in addition to its monster camera setup.