Vivo X100 slated to launch in late 2023 as full-scale Dimensity 9300-powered flagship smartphone
An iterative upgrade on the current vanilla flagship X90 smartphone is once again slated to be on the way - with the newer Dimensity 9200+ SoC this time. It may have been detected as such on Geekbench as the "vivo V2241HA" (thereby implying a variation on the V2241A model number of the existing device) with the upcoming MediaTek flagship processor refresh's top speed of 3.35GHz.
The new leak is slightly confusing, especially given that the "X90s" has also reportedly appeared as a Google Play Console listing that categorically specified the 3.05GHz max clock of the Dimensity 9200. Therefore, it is possible that the smartphone will be available as Chinese-market and global versions, one with a silicon upgrade and one without, albeit possibly with a more compact form-factor.
On that note, the "V2241HA" is now also said to charge as fast as its supposed X90 siblings, and to have similar display quality, yet upgrade to Wi-Fi 7 compatibility. Then again, a better model with the same spec might be on the way, and sooner than the rumored X90s might like.
Vivo is now slated to move on to an X100 generation with the impending full-cycle Dimensity 9300 upgrade, and as soon as November 2023 too. Not much else is known or guessed about its design thus far, although it could stand to improve on the V2-enhanced 50MP main cameras, 120Hz screens and perhaps even Android 13-based software of the X90 series.