Last year, in November 2022, Vivo revealed its X90 series, which was powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen2. The lineup is Vivo’s high-end flagship lineup, which is always launched a few days after the launch of Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8 series chipset. It seems that the company is planning to reveal next-generation models, as the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 is about to be announced soon.
This morning, a new model, “V2309A,” from Vivo got listed on 3C Certification. As per sources, this model belongs to the upcoming Vivo X100 series and probably would be its standard model. The model got certified with Vivo’s 120W FlashCharge adaptor, which carries the following model number: V12060L0A0-CN.
This charger supports charging at the following modes: 15W (5V/3A), 18W (9V/2A), 66W (11V/6A) and 120W (20V/6A). It is worth mentioning that Vivo has used the same charger with its Vivo X Fold2 and many other flagship devices in the past.
Compared with the standard Vivo X90, the charging power doesn’t seem to be upgraded.
As per rumors, this model would feature the all-new Sony IMX920 lens as a primary lens in addition to a 12MP Sony IMX663 ultra-wide lens and a 64MP periscopic lens for portrait images. The battery capacity is expected to upgrade and will be around 5100mAh. The feature of wireless charging is again rumored to be missing, just like the previous model.
In terms of chipset, both Standard and Pro are expected to be powered by Dimensity 9300 chipset, while the Pro+ variant will feature Snapdragon 8 Gen3 chipset. In terms of specifications, the Dimensity 9300 is expected to be a significant upgrade. It might use the all-new 1+3+4 core architecture, which includes 1x Cortex-X4 High-Frequency Core, 3x Cortex-X4 Low-Frequency Cores, and 4x Cortex-A720 Cores.
It is expected that Vivo will reveal the all-new X100 series in the middle of November.