Vivo X100 Ultra with satellite connection may soon be available on the market

Vivo X100 Ultra with satellite connection may soon be available on the market

In November, Vivo introduced the Vivo X100 and X100 Pro smartphones in China. Both phones are equipped with the Dimensity 9300 chipset. Although Vivo fans were expecting the Vivo X100 Pro+, which features a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, to be officially unveiled alongside the X100 and X100 Pro, the company never unveiled it at the time. Several reports claimed that the phone was renamed the Vivo X100 Ultra and was scheduled to debut in the second quarter of this year. Vivo’s vice president of products, Huang Tao, confirmed via Weibo that the company will soon release satellite-enabled phones. This suggests that the launch of the X100 Ultra may not be far off.

Several reports claim that the Vivo X100 Ultra, which will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, will have support for two-way satellite communication. This will allow the smartphone to compete with phones such as the Find X7 Ultra and Xiaomi 14 Ultra, which support satellite communications.

In remote areas such as nature, forests, deserts, oceans, or mountains where traditional communication signals are not available, people can establish a direct connection to satellites using their mobile phones for emergency communications. Satellite communications can be a very useful tool in such challenging environments.

According to reports, the Vivo X100 Ultra will feature a 50-megapixel LYT-900 primary camera with support for variable aperture and OIS. The camera is expected to feature an ultra-wide-angle lens, a telephoto camera, and a periscope telephoto camera. In particular, the latter is said to offer a 200-megapixel resolution with support for 4.3x optical zoom, up to 200x digital zoom and a focal length of 100mm.

In addition to the Vivo X100 Ultra, the company is also working on the X100s series of smartphones. The X100s and X100s Pro will reportedly be equipped with the upcoming Dimensity 9300+ chipset. It is likely that the X100 Ultra and X100s series could debut in May in China.


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