Vivo X100 Ultra Satellite Variant Acquires 3C Certification Ahead of China Debut

Vivo is preparing to launch the Vivo X-series handsets, Vivo X100s and Vivo X100 Ultra, in its domestic market. However, the company has not yet announced the launch date. Ahead of the launch, we have spotted the upcoming Vivo X100 Ultra with the model number V2366HA on the 3C certification website. This is the Vivo X100 Ultra with Satellite connectivity. Take a look at the details.

The Vivo X100 Ultra visited the 3C certification database with the model number V2366HA. The listing reveals that this particular model will feature support for Satellite connectivity. Further, the listing suggests that the upcoming flagship handset will offer 80W fast charging support.

The Vivo X100 Ultra Satellite connectivity version’s 3C listing reveals that the charger with the model numbers V8073L0A1-CN and V8073L0E0-CN were used for testing purposes. These chargers support power outputs at 15W (5V/3A), 18W (9V/2A), and 80W (11V/73A).

Earlier, the Vivo X100 Ultra 5G-connectivity (non-Satellite) variant, with the model number V2366GA, appeared on the 3C certification website. The non-satellite variant of the device will also support 80W fast charging.

The Vivo X100 Ultra is set to be the first smartphone in the Ultra series from the Chinese smartphone maker. According to a recent statement by a company executive, the X100 Ultra be a professional camera with calling capabilities. It might feature BlueImage branding which was recently unveiled.

The Vivo X100 Ultra is said to sport a quad-rear camera setup including a 50MP Sony LYT 900 camera with a 1/0.98-inch sensor size and a 200MP periscope lens with 100mm focal length and a 4.3x optical zoom. It might also offer a 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera and a 50MP telephoto lens.

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