200MP Telephoto Camera On The Vivo X100 Ultra Was Announced

The Vivo X100 Ultra is the company’s newest flagship smartphone. It features a 50MP primary camera with a 1-inch Sony LYT-900 sensor as well as an amazing 200MP periscope camera with a big 1/1.4″ telephoto sensor.

The primary camera on the phone features a 23mm focal length and an f/1.75 aperture. The primary camera of the X100 Ultra has gimbal-level stabilisation. Professional cameras employ FCD100, an improved low-dispersion polymer, to make its telephoto lenses. Its focal length is similar to 85mm and its aperture is f/2.67. Zeiss T* coating and Zeiss APO certification are also included for better clarity and reduced fringing at contrast edges. Its telephoto macro mode offers up to 20x magnification, 20% increased light sensitivity, and an optical zoom of up to 3.7x.

A 50MP selfie camera and an ultrawide camera with a 14mm equivalent are also features of the X100 Ultra. There is a street photography mode that has five focus lengths that may be adjusted: 24mm, 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 85mm. It has multiple colour options, including a new black and white option and Zeiss Natural Colour. The X100 Ultra is capable of recording 4K video at 120 frames per second, with support for Dolby Vision. It can also record 4K portrait videos.

The Vivo X100 Ultra has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, 1TB of storage, and up to 16GB of RAM. It features a 6.78-inch curved E7 LTPO AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 1-120Hz and a maximum brightness of 3,000 nits, in addition to a 5,500mAh battery.

The company’s proprietary BlueImage technology, which the Vivo X100 Ultra is the first device to adopt, is said to assist preserve details in low light and address other frequent photo-taking issues.

On May 28, the smartphone will be on sale in China. The 12+256GB storage model will cost ¥6,499 (about $898), while the 16GB RAM and 1TB storage variant will cost ¥7,999 (roughly $1,105). It is available in titanium, white, and grey hues.