Vivo X100 Pro Plus rumor: 200MP periscope telephoto camera with 10x optical and 200x digital zoom

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Vivo X100 Pro Plus rumor: 200MP periscope telephoto camera with 10x optical and 200x digital zoom
A couple of weeks ago Vivo had the Vivo X100 ad Vivo X100 Pro introduced globally. Around April next year, we should see Vivo make the X100 Pro Plus official. According to a post made by leaker Digital Chat Station on China's Weibo social-media site, the top-of-the-line model will feature a 200MP periscope telephoto that delivers 10x optical zoom and up to 200x digital zoom.

The prototype currently being tested features a 4.3X optical zoom with a 100mm focal length thanks to a 1/1.5 inches sensor. The Vivo X100 Pro Plus is expected to be available with a 2K resolution display with the powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC under the hood. The under-display fingerprint sensor will use ultrasonic technology to make the biometric feature faster and more accurate.


The rear-facing camera array will be anchored by the 50MP primary camera backed by Sony's LYT-900 "one-inch type" sensor. The Vivo X100 Pro Plus has yet to be officially introduced unlike the Vivo X100 and X100 Pro. Both of these models are powered by the Dimensity 9300 application processor from MediaTek which has a configuration of four Prime Core Cortex-X4 CPU cores and four Cortex-A720 Performance CPU cores. 

Without any low-power Efficiency CPU cores like the Cortex-A520, there has been some concern about the Dimensity 9300 experiencing thermal issues. This should be no issue at all for the Vivo X100 Pro Plus which, as we already noted, should be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. Another report says that the Vivo X100 Pro Plus base model will feature 12GB of RAM along with 512GB of native storage.

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Vivo is one of several smartphone brands owned by China's BBK Electronics. Other brands owned by the firm include Oppo, OnePlus, Realme, and iQOO. Vivo hopes to position the X100 Pro Plus as a game-changing device redefining the capabilities of what such a device can do when it comes to performance and mobile photography.

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