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Vivo X100 Pro in Pakistan is Rs. 224,999

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In Dubai Vivo X100 Pro Prices start from AED 1,705 to AED 2,035.

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Specification Summery

Vivo X100 Pro

6.78″

6.78″

1260x2800 pixels

50MP

50MP

4320p

12/16GBRAM

12/16GBRAM

Dimensity 9300

5400mAh

5400mAh

Li-Ion

Vivo X100 Pro Price in Pakistan

Vivo Y21 price in Pakistan is Rs. 59,699. Authorized dealers and warranty providers regulate the retail prices of Vivo Y21 mobile products covered by the official warranty.

Network Technology GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE / 5G
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 1 & SIM 2
CDMA 800
3G bands HSDPA 800 / 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
4G bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 26, 28, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41
5G bands 1, 3, 5, 8, 28, 38, 40, 41, 77, 78, 79 SA/NSA
Speed HSPA, LTE-A, 5G
Launch Announced 2023, November 13
Status Available. Released 2023, November 21
Body Dimensions 164.1 x 75.3 x 8.9 mm or 9.1 mm
Weight 221 g or 225 g (7.80 oz)
Build Glass front, aluminum frame, glass back
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
IP68 dust/water resistant (up to 1.5m for 30 min)
Display Type LTPO AMOLED, 1B colors, 120Hz, 3000 nits (peak)
Size 6.78 inches, 111.0 cm2 (~89.8% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1260 x 2800 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~453 ppi density)
Platform OS Android 14, Funtouch 14 (International), OriginOS 4 (China)
Chipset Mediatek Dimensity 9300 (4 nm)
CPU Octa-core (1×3.25 GHz Cortex-X4 & 3×2.85 GHz Cortex-X4 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A720)
GPU Immortalis-G720 MC12
Memory Card slot No
Internal 256GB 12GB RAM, 256GB 16GB RAM, 512GB 16GB RAM, 1TB 16GB RAM
UFS 4.0
Main Camera Triple 50 MP, f/1.8, 23mm (wide), 1/0.98″, PDAF, Laser AF, OIS
50 MP, f/2.5, 100mm (periscope telephoto), 1/2″, 0.7µm, PDAF (18cm – ∞), OIS, 4.3x optical zoom
50 MP, f/2.0, 15mm, 119˚ (ultrawide), 1/2.76″, AF
Features Zeiss optics, Zeiss T* lens coating, LED flash, panorama, HDR, 3D LUT import
Video 8K, 4K, 1080p, gyro-EIS, Cinematic mode (4K)
Selfie camera Single 32 MP, f/2.0, (wide)
Features HDR
Video 1080p
Sound Loudspeaker Yes, with stereo speakers
3.5mm jack No
24-bit/192kHz Hi-Res audio
Comms WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/6/7, tri-band, Wi-Fi Direct
Bluetooth 5.4, A2DP, LE, apt-X HD
Positioning GPS (L1+L5), GLONASS (L1), BDS (B1I+B1c+B2a+B2b), GALILEO (E1+E5a+E5b), QZSS (L1+L5), NavIC (L5)
NFC Yes
Infrared port Yes
Radio No
USB USB Type-C 3.2, OTG
Features Sensors Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, color spectrum
Battery Type Li-Ion 5400 mAh, non-removable
Charging 100W wired, 1-50% in 12 min (advertised)
50W wireless
Reverse wired
Misc Colors Startrail Blue, Asteroid Black, White, Orange
Models V2324A
Price About 640 EUR
Tests Performance AnTuTu: 2104997 (v10)
GeekBench: 7343 (v6)
GFXBench: 107fps (ES 3.1 onscreen)
Camera Photo / Video
Loudspeaker -24.6 LUFS (Very good)
Battery (new)

Active use score 13:53h

Vivo X100 Pro Features

As we enter another year, vivo unveils its latest flagship, the X100 Pro, now available globally. With a focus on an impressive camera setup, a top-class display, and a high-end Dimensity chipset, this addition to the X-series promises excitement. In this review, we’ll explore its features and capabilities.

The standout camera system includes a 1-inch sensor listed as 1/0.98″, with a periscope telephoto camera providing 4.3x optical zoom. An autofocusing ultrawide lens completes the triple camera setup.

Maintaining the 6.78-inch diagonal of its predecessor, the display boasts a peak brightness of up to 3000 nits. The noteworthy Dimensity 9300 chip introduces changes to core configurations, promising enhanced performance compared to its Snapdragon counterparts.

The X100 Pro also sees an increase in battery capacity to 5,400mAh, surpassing many competitors. Is this to match the power of the Mediatek chip, or can it set new records for longevity?

Vivo x100 pro in hand
Vivo x100 pro in hand

Here’s a quick overview of the key specs before delving into further details:

Specs of Vivo X100 Pro in Pakistan:

  • Body: 164.1×75.3×8.9mm, 221g; IP68 dust/water-resistant (up to 1.5m for 30 min).
  • Display: 6.78″ LTPO AMOLED, 1B colors, 120Hz, 3000 nits (peak), 1260x2800px resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, 453ppi.
  • Chipset: Mediatek Dimensity 9300 (4 nm): Octa-core (1×3.25 GHz Cortex-X4 & 3×2.85 GHz Cortex-X4 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A720); Immortalis-G720 MC12.
  • Memory: 256GB 12GB RAM, 256GB 16GB RAM, 512GB 16GB RAM, 1TB 16GB RAM; UFS 4.0.
  • OS/Software: Android 14, Funtouch 14 (International), OriginOS 4 (China).
  • Rear Camera: Wide (main): 50 MP, f/1.8, 23mm, 1/0.98″, PDAF, Laser AF, OIS; Telephoto: 50 MP, f/2.5, 100mm, 1/2″, PDAF, OIS, 4.3x optical zoom; Ultra-wide-angle: 50 MP, f/2.0, 15mm, 119˚, 1/2.76″, AF.
  • Front Camera: 32 MP, f/2.0, (wide).
  • Video Capture: Rear camera: 8K, 4K, 1080p, gyro-EIS, Cinematic mode (4K); Front camera: 1080p.
  • Battery: 5400mAh; 100W wired, 1-50% in 12 min (advertised), 50W wireless, Reverse wired.
  • Connectivity: 5G; Dual SIM; Wi-Fi 7; BT 5.4, aptX HD; NFC; Infrared port.
  • Misc: Fingerprint reader (under display, optical); stereo speakers.

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Unboxing of Vivo X100 Pro Mobile:

The X100 Pro is presented in the typical flat squarish box that Vivo often uses for its flagships. The package includes the standard set of accessories.

The included adapter is rated for 120W output, surpassing the phone’s specified 100W charging capability. A USB-C cable is also provided. Additionally, a snap-on protective back cover, matching the color of the review unit, is included. Transparent covers have been spotted with other color variants online.

Design and Build Quality:

The design language of the vivo X100 Pro combines continuity with adaptation to current trends. Featuring the signature sparkly anti-glare finish, the device showcases a large camera bump and emphasizes its collaboration with German optics specialists from Zeiss.

  • Color Options: Our review unit, in Asteroid Black, exhibits a shimmery glitter-like effect on the glass panel. vivo offers four color options, each with distinct finishes and colors.
  • Grip and Finish: While the finish is visually appealing and resistant to fingerprints, the phone tends to be slippery, lacking a strong grip.
  • Camera Bump: The prominent camera bump is a stylized two-step design, offset towards the bottom, with different celestial-themed allusions for various colorways.
  • Zeiss Logo and Markings: The camera assembly features a Zeiss logo, blue badge, and red T* marking denoting special lens coatings. Multiple markings, including ‘Xtreme Imagination,’ add to the design.

Handling:

  • Physical Controls: The power key and volume rocker are relatively small on the right side, with a reassuring click action.
  • Front Display: The OLED display shines brightly, surrounded by slim bezels. The display’s sloping sides create a symmetrical look, but the selfie camera punch-hole is larger than the previous model.
  • Weight and Size: Weighing 225g (glass-covered versions), the X100 Pro feels reasonably sized. The curvatures on both panels minimize perceived thickness.
  • Fingerprint Reader: The placement of the fingerprint reader is a bit low, close to the bottom edge. While speedy and reliable, it could benefit from a slightly higher position.
  • Overall Impression: The X100 Pro impresses with its storytelling design, dust, and water protection, and comfortable handling, with minor quirks that users can adapt to.

IP68 Rating and Symmetry:

  • Water and Dust Resistance: The X100 Pro features an IP68 rating, ensuring survival in water up to 1.5m for 30 minutes.
  • Symmetrical Design: The design maintains symmetry despite the asymmetrical camera bump, offering a visually balanced appearance.
Vivo x100 Pro display
Vivo x100 Pro display

Display Technology and Quality:

The vivo X100 Pro boasts a super-bright high-resolution 6.78-inch OLED display. With a resolution of 1,260×2,800 pixels, it maintains a pixel density of 452ppi. The LTPO panel features a continuously adaptive refresh rate ranging from 1Hz to 120Hz. High-frequency pulse width modulation (PWM) at 2160Hz is used for dimming. The display supports HDR10 and HDR10+, with a 10-bit color depth enabling the phone to display over a billion colors.

  • Peak Brightness: The official claim of up to 3,000nits peak brightness couldn’t be tested, but our measurements reached 1,472nits in adaptive brightness mode and 575nits with adaptive brightness turned off.
  • Refresh Rate Modes: The X100 Pro offers three refresh rate modes – Smart Switch, High, and Standard. These modes adaptively switch between different refresh rates, ranging from 1Hz to 120Hz.

HDR Support and Display Performance:

  • HDR Support: The X100 Pro supports HDR10 and HDR10+, although Dolby Vision is not included. HDR streams work in YouTube and Netflix, and Android 14’s Ultra HDR capability enhances HDR image display in the gallery.

Battery Capacity and Performance:

One of the notable upgrades in the X100 Pro is the increased battery capacity to 5,400mAh. This is a significant improvement from the X90 Pro’s 4,870mAh. The device demonstrated excellent battery performance in active use tests, outperforming competitors in screen-on disciplines.

  • Active Use Results: In web browsing, the X100 Pro achieved 12:25 hours, and in gaming, it reached nearly 9 hours, showcasing class-leading results.
  • Battery Comparison: Compared to other devices, the X100 Pro’s battery performance stands out, especially when excluding the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Charging Speed:

Equipped with a 120W charging adapter, the X100 Pro supports up to 100W charging. The charging speed, although slightly slower than the X90 Pro, remains impressive. A full charge from flat took approximately 31 minutes, with 60% charge achieved in the first 15 minutes.

  • Charging Speed Comparison: While not the fastest, considering the increased battery capacity, the X100 Pro’s charging speed remains efficient.

Speaker System and Audio Quality:

The X100 Pro features a hybrid stereo speaker system with a primary bottom-firing unit and a top speaker serving as an earpiece. The speaker system earned a ‘Very Good’ rating for loudness, comparable to the previous generation and most competitors.

  • Loudness and Quality: The sound quality is solid, with balanced frequency response, well-defined vocals, and clean treble. While not exceptional, the speaker system delivers satisfactory performance.
  • Comparison: In the loudness test, the X100 Pro performed on par with the X90 Pro and other competitors, with the Galaxy S23 Ultra providing a bit more bass.
Vivo x100 Pro 5G
Vivo x100 Pro 5G

Android 14 and Funtouch OS 14:

The vivo X100 Pro operates on Android 14, customized with vivo’s proprietary Funtouch OS 14. This global variant diverges from the Chinese model, which utilizes Origin OS 4. While maintaining some similarities with the previous Funtouch version and sharing features with the iQOO 12, there are noteworthy changes in stylistic choices and functionality.

User Interface and Customization:

In Android 14’s Funtouch, visual elements set it apart from stock Android, including the adoption of Google’s large bubbles for quick toggles. The recent apps menu offers a choice between a standard carousel and a tiles layout, providing a customizable and user-friendly experience. Users can opt for pop-up window mode and split-screen functionality.

Lockscreen and Always-On Display:

The lock screen features a clock and customizable shortcuts, while the always-on display settings offer a variety of animations, clock styles, colors, and backgrounds.

App Drawer and Home screen:

The app drawer incorporates a recommended apps category and a vertical scroller for easy navigation. Homescreen customization includes dynamic effects for the home screen, lock screen, and animation effects.

Sound Customization:

Funtouch’s Sound menu provides comprehensive customization options, including calibration for users with hearing impairments, separate volume sliders for notifications and calls, and per-app volume settings. The inclusion of Audio Super Resolution enhances the audio experience.

Smart Features and Shortcuts:

The UI offers shortcuts accessible through the volume down key, allowing users to launch specific apps or tasks. The Ultra Game Mode provides a comprehensive gaming experience, minimizing interruptions during gameplay.

Multimedia and Additional Features:

Funtouch includes its own gallery, system manager (iManager), and music player. Notably, the video app is absent in this build, and the Google Files app is utilized for file management. Smart Remote leverages the IR blaster, and a dedicated Themes app is included for customization.

Performance and Benchmarks:

Powered by the Dimensity 9300 chipset, the X100 Pro showcases impressive performance. Benchmarks reveal its competitive edge, with significant improvements over its predecessor and commendable scores in GeekBench, Antutu, and GFXBench.

GPU Performance:

In GFXBench, the X100 Pro consistently outperforms its counterparts, with the Immortalis-G720 MC12 GPU delivering 20-30% higher scores than last year’s Snapdragon chips.

Stability and Prolonged Load:

Addressing concerns about the Dimensity 9300’s stability under prolonged load, the X100 Pro demonstrates surprising stability, maintaining performance levels and only experiencing a modest drop after an extended 60-minute CPU Throttling test.

Vivo x100 Pro 5G Camera
Vivo x100 Pro 5G Camera

Vivo X100 Pro Camera System Overview

The vivo X100 Pro boasts a distinctive camera setup featuring a trio of 50MP cameras, with a standout 100mm periscope telephoto lens. Each camera, including the 1-inch main camera and the autofocusing ultrawide unit, incorporates a 50MP sensor, contributing to the device’s imaging capabilities.

Main Camera Specifications in Pakistan

The main camera, utilizing the Sony IMX 989 sensor, delivers 12.5MP images after 4-to-1 binning. Equipped with a stabilized lens featuring a 23mm equivalent focal length and an f/1.8 aperture (labeled as f/1.75), it ensures excellent photo quality.

Ultrawide and Periscope Telephoto Cameras

The ultrawide camera, equipped with a 15mm equivalent lens, features an f/2.0 aperture and autofocus capability. The periscope telephoto camera, with a 50MP sensor and 4.3x zoom capability, utilizes a unique periscope design, enabling focus at just 18cm from the subject and offering 4.5-stop optical stabilization.

Front Camera and Camera App

On the front, the X100 Pro features a 32MP selfie camera with a 20mm-equivalent lens and an f/2.0 aperture. The camera app offers a user-friendly interface with a straightforward zoom selector, various shooting modes, and a Pro mode for advanced adjustments.

Daylight Photo Quality

In daylight conditions, the X100 Pro excels, capturing superb photos with its main camera. The 50MP sensor delivers detailed and vibrant images with excellent dynamic range. The 2x zoom level leverages the camera’s capabilities, providing high-quality photos comparable to dedicated 2x cameras on other smartphones.

Low-Light Photo Quality

The X100 Pro’s low-light performance is commendable, featuring an auto Night mode for enhanced low-light photography. The main camera captures balanced exposures with good dynamic range and vibrant colors. The 2x zoom level maintains high-quality results even in challenging lighting conditions.

Telephoto Camera in Low Light

The periscope telephoto camera exhibits slightly different behavior in low light, with variations between Photo mode and Night mode. The amount of captured detail is impressive, and the astigmatism in the lens creates unique light effects. The auto Night mode and Photo mode with Dim light on produce similar results, showcasing the camera’s versatility.

Ultrawide Camera Performance

The ultrawide camera performs well, delivering good detail, solid noise performance, wide dynamic range, and vibrant colors. However, the full-res mode on the ultrawide camera proves to be of limited usefulness.

In summary, the vivo X100 Pro’s camera system offers a unique combination of features, excelling in various photography scenarios, from daylight to low-light conditions. The periscope telephoto lens and high-resolution sensors contribute to the device’s imaging capabilities, making it a compelling choice for photography enthusiasts.

Close-up Marvels of the X100 Pro

The close-up shooting capabilities of the X100 Pro are truly impressive. The telephoto camera not only excels at focusing up close but also performs remarkably well at zoom levels beyond the specified 4.3x/100mm lens, delivering high reproduction ratios.

Macro Mode Magic

The X100 Pro’s Macro mode takes advantage of the close-up capabilities, involving the ultrawide and main cameras. It introduces manual focusing and simulated bokeh options, offering four zoom levels – 1x, 2x, 4.3x, and 8.6x. The telephoto’s results are particularly noteworthy, providing the highest quality and convenient shooting distance.

Unveiling Close-up Details

Exploring 4.3x shots in Photo mode reveals exceptional magnification and detail, accompanied by impressive background separation. Macro mode, with bokeh enabled, enhances this separation further, allowing for creative and dramatic results.

Macro Realms

In Macro mode, at f/5.6 and f/2.8, the X100 Pro showcases its versatility. The simulated aperture settings and manual control contribute to a rich photography experience, enabling users to experiment with different subject-background combinations.

Zooming In: 10x and 8.6x

Witnessing the subjects at 10x and 8.6x zoom levels in both Photo mode and Macro mode unveils the X100 Pro’s prowess at capturing details even in challenging scenarios.

Portrait of Vivo X100 Pro

Portrait mode on the X100 Pro offers five focal lengths, ranging from 24mm to 100mm. While the 100mm telephoto delivers high-quality subject rendition with added background blur, the 85mm mode surprises with unexpected detail. The 50mm and 35mm modes strike a balance between context and subject detail, maintaining impressive quality. The 24mm and 35mm modes ensure context in portraits while preserving high-quality output.

Selfie Delight with X100 Pro

Selfies on the X100 Pro boast a nominal 32MP resolution. In well-lit environments with low contrast, selfies showcase excellent detail. However, challenging lighting conditions may result in a less pleasing rendition, characterized by aggressive sharpening. Accurate skin tones, muted colors, and satisfactory dynamic range complete the selfie experience on the X100 Pro.

Vivo x100 Pro Video Recording
Vivo x100 Pro Video Recording

Video Recording Capabilities

The vivo X100 Pro boasts impressive video recording capabilities, supporting up to 8K30 with its main camera, available at both 1x and 2x zoom levels. Additionally, all three rear cameras can capture video in 4K at 30fps and 60fps, while the selfie camera is limited to 1080p60.

Steady Stabilization Across Modes

The device features always-on electronic stabilization in all video recording modes and cameras. This includes a focus breathing correction feature while in video mode, ensuring steady and focused footage.

4K Brilliance with the Main Camera

The main camera delivers excellent 4K video quality, with both 4K30 and 4K60 modes exhibiting outstanding dynamic range and strong contrast. Dependable white balance and expressive colors add to the overall video quality. Differences in detail rendering are observed, with 30fps clips offering smoother textures compared to slightly grainier 60fps footage.

Exploring 8K Excellence

The 8K mode at 1x zoom level captures additional details, showcasing improved sharpness compared to standard 4K. Despite larger file sizes, there are no penalties in other areas of image quality.

Zooming into 4K and 8K Realms

At the 2x zoom level, 4K video appears good from a distance but reveals upscaling when viewed closely. In contrast, 8K clips at 2x zoom exhibit cleaner footage, emphasizing the potential for better 4K quality.

Telephoto and Ultrawide Performance

The telephoto lens excels in video capture, delivering sharp 4K clips with vibrant colors and dynamic range. The ultrawide camera impresses with good dynamic range, high contrast, and accurate colors. Stabilization is excellent on the main and ultrawide cameras, providing smooth footage even during movement. However, the telephoto falls slightly short, showing some residual shake in the resulting footage.

Low-Light Video Mastery

In low-light conditions, the main camera maintains strong performance, prioritizing shadow exposure and vibrant scenes. While it may not match the dynamic range in stills, the color saturation remains impressive. The ultrawide camera prioritizes light and color accuracy but struggles with sharpness and detail, particularly in shadow areas. The telephoto faces challenges in low-light scenarios, exhibiting pronounced astigmatism and some noise. Despite these limitations, it remains competitive with other devices in its class.

Comparing with Competitors

For a comprehensive analysis, explore how the vivo X100 Pro stacks up against rivals. The vivo X100 Pro emerges as an early contender in the 2024 flagship race, making direct comparisons challenging due to the newness factor. With last year’s models aging and upcoming releases yet to be tested, we delve into potential alternatives and consider the device’s standing against existing and anticipated competition.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra:

Xiaomi 13 ultra
Xiaomi 13 ultra

Renowned for its diverse camera system, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra competes strongly. While it boasts an extreme ultrawide and dual-aperture main camera, the vivo X100 Pro excels in close-ups. The vivo’s superior chipset adds another dimension to the comparison.

Pixel 8 Pro:

Pixel 8 Pro
Pixel 8 Pro

A stalwart in the camera enthusiast category, the Pixel 8 Pro shares imaging prowess with the X100 Pro. While the Pixel’s ultrawide has an edge, the vivo dominates in telephoto and close-ups. Beyond cameras, the vivo impresses with superior performance, battery life, and charging speed.

Vivo iQOO 12:

Vivo iQOO 12
Vivo iQOO 12

Closely related to the X100 Pro, the iQOO 12 boasts a competitive price and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. However, the vivo maintains an edge in the camera department and features an IP68 rating.

OnePlus 12:

OnePlus 12
OnePlus 12

Sporting a camera system similar to the iQOO 12, the OnePlus 12 competes on camera expertise. The X100 Pro, with its camera prowess, remains a preferred choice, although the OnePlus 12 may entice with 4K selfie videos.

Xiaomi 14 Pro:

Xiaomi 14 Pro
Xiaomi 14 Pro

While untested, the Xiaomi 14 Pro showcases promising specs, including a dual-aperture main camera. However, its limited availability outside China may impact its standing in this comparison.

Verdict on vivo X100 Pro

Camera Greatness

The vivo X100 Pro cements its position as another stellar addition to the lineup known for camera excellence. With a unique imaging experience, the device excels, with only minor concerns about the ultrawide camera’s field of view.

Performance and Design

Despite initial worries about the Dimensity chipset, the X100 Pro proves its worth with high performance and stability under load. Commendable battery endurance, coupled with fast charging, adds to its appeal. While the device’s design stands standout, its slippery nature and less-than-ideal grip are noted.

Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • Standout design.
  • Excellent display.
  • Above-average battery life with rapid charging.
  • Powerful chipset with surprising stability.
  • Outstanding camera system, especially the telephoto capabilities.

Cons:

  • Slippery design, especially in the reviewed colorway.
  • Moderately narrow field of view for the ultrawide camera.
  • Selfie camera and video are limited to 1080p.

You can learn more about this phone by visiting Vivo’s official site. Additionally, if you’re a fan of vivo phones learn about Vivo Y21.