Vivo has officially announced the launch date for its highly anticipated X100 Ultra flagship smartphone for 2024, along with the X100s and X100s Pro. The unveiling event is set for next Monday, May 13.

Leaked pricing details for these models have surfaced in China soon after the launch date confirmation. According to rumors, the X100 Ultra will start at $928, featuring 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Another variant with 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage is expected to be priced at $1,039, while the top-tier model with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage might cost $1,178.

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As for the X100s, it will be available at $554 for the base model with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Prices increase for higher configurations: $621 for 16 GB/256 GB, $664 for 16 GB/512 GB, and $734 for 16 GB/1 TB.

The X100s Pro starts at $706 for the 12 GB/256 GB variant, going up to $776 for 16 GB/512 GB, and $859 for 16 GB/1 TB.

The X100s and X100s Pro are expected to bring minor updates compared to the original X100 and X100 Pro. The X100 Ultra, on the other hand, will be a flagship competitor with the Xiaomi 14 Ultra in terms of features and pricing.

Recently, hands-on images of the Vivo X100 Ultra have surfaced, providing a detailed look at the flagship handset. These images reveal the phone’s substantial camera bump, aligning with Vivo’s marketing as a “professional camera that can also make calls.” The device features a metal ring around the camera island, a curved rear panel, and a curved screen.

According to the source sharing these images, the size of the camera island is considered acceptable, indicating it might be less obtrusive than it appears.


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