Vivo Representative Reacts To Rumored X100 Ultra Pricing, Says “Can’t Be Cheap” 

Vivo is gearing up for the launch of the X100 Ultra smartphone. It will be a top-tier phone focusing on providing a high-end camera setup. The standard and X100 Pro models already featured capable cameras, and hence the hype is high for the Ultra phone. The Vivo X100 Ultra recently received certifications hinting at an imminent launch. Now, there is news regarding the pricing of the phone.

Vivo X100 Ultra Rumored Pricing & Variants

Vivo Representative Reacts To Rumored X100 Ultra Pricing, Says "Can't Be Cheap" 

On the Chinese site Weibo, users have been discussing the potential pricing of the Vivo X100 Ultra. A post on the X100 Ultra states various variants with its pricing. Do note that it is not official since it’s not coming from Vivo. According to the post, the Vivo X100 Ultra will have four variants with a starting price of 6499 Yuan (~$915)  for the base 12/256B model. The phone also gets a Satellite Version with 16/1TB configuration at 7999 Yuan (~$1127).

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The interesting news is that this post got a comment from Vivo’s Product Manager Han Boxiao.  He reacted to a comment where another user compared the Vivo X100 Ultra’s pricing to Xiaomi 14 Ultra. Here Vivo’s Product Manager said that the X100 Ultra “can’t be cheap.”

This makes sense as the phone is getting the Ultra branding which is already hinting at the top tier specifications. The earlier X100 and X100 Pro used the Dimensity 9300 chipset, however, the Vivo X100 Ultra is expected to have the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. Apart from that, we look forward to a 200 MP periscope telephoto along with three more capable sensors. Moreover, the Ultra phone will also have no compromise on the display and battery segments. All of this combined can result in a hefty price tag. That being said, the Vivo X100 Ultra along with X100s and X100s Pro are expected to be announced in May.

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