Vivo X100 Series Sees Benchmark Listings Revealing Hardware Details

The forthcoming Vivo X100 series, consisting of the Vivo X100, Vivo X100 Pro, and Vivo X100 Pro+, is on the verge of an official launch. While Vivo is yet to provide official confirmation, recent benchmark listings have unveiled key hardware specifications for these upcoming devices.

The AnTuTu benchmark listing showcases a Vivo phone with the model number V2309A, which was previously spotted on China’s Compulsory Certification (3C) website. The listing, believed to be of the Vivo X100, boasts an impressive overall benchmark score of 2,249,858. This score includes 58,632 points for CPU performance and 918,790 points for GPU performance. Additionally, the device scores 474,036 points for memory (MEM) and 338,400 points for user experience (UX).

The listing indicates that the Vivo X100 is powered by the unannounced MediaTek Dimensity 9300 SoC and features 16GB of LPDDR5T RAM. Furthermore, it runs on Android 14 and offers 1TB of UFS 4.0 onboard storage.

On the other hand, a Vivo smartphone with the model number V2324A, believed to be the Vivo X100 Pro, was spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking website. This listing suggests that the device will run Android 14 and be equipped with an octa-core chipset codenamed ‘taro.’ The CPU configuration includes a prime core with a maximum clock speed of 3.00GHz, three cores running at 2.50GHz, and four cores operating at a maximum speed of 1.79GHz. These specifications point to the presence of a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset in the Vivo X100 Pro.

The Geekbench listing shows a single-core score of 984 points and a multi-core score of 3,293 points. It suggests that the Vivo X100 Pro may offer 11GB of RAM, which could be marketed as 12GB on paper. The listing is dated October 12.

Although previous rumors hinted at the use of the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 SoC in the Vivo X100 and Vivo X100 Pro, the appearance of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset in the benchmark listing suggests the possibility of Vivo opting for a more recent chip. It’s important to note that Vivo has not officially confirmed the development of the Vivo X100 series, so these details should be taken with caution.