Vivo is gearing up for the launch of its next smartphone in the X series, the Vivo X100. The internet is abuzz with leaks and rumors about this upcoming device. Excitingly, a recent report confirms the gadget’s charging capabilities as it has successfully passed the 3C certification. Keep reading until the end for all the precise details on this device.
Vivo X100 will have 120W fast charging support; according to 3C certification
Two of the smartphones; the Vivo X100 and X100 Pro lined up for the launch. While the X100 is tipped to be powered by the MedisTek Dimesity flagship chipset, possibly the 9300. On the other hand, the Pro will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. The Pro variant will launch after the spring festival.
Anyway, getting back to our main topic, the vanilla X100 with the model number V2309A has been spotted on China’s 3C certification. The listing does not reveal any major information about the gadget but it does confirm that it will have support for 20V 6A-based charging. Don’t get confused, this is nothing but the 120W fast wired charging.
The brand is also holding its annual developer conference next month in China, where it will debut its official OriginOS 4.0 along with some other official announcements. The event is going to focus on the subject of Artificial Intelligence. The firm will implement AI in its ecosystem and software for a better and seamless experience. The Vivo X100 series could very well be the first device from the brand to offer its new AI-based software.
As of right now, we don’t have any word on the global launch of the gadget but in order to know more about it, we would have to wait until it gets launched officially in China. And for that, we have a long time to go.