Satellite network support has emerged as a significant trend in the ever-evolving world of smartphones. In the wake of Apple and several other prominent smartphone manufacturers, vivo is now ready to introduce satellite connectivity to its forthcoming device, the vivo X100 Pro.
According to reports by WhyLab, the imminent launch of the vivo X100 Pro promises to bring two-way satellite network connectivity, backed by official certification from China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). This groundbreaking feature will empower the vivo X100 Pro to send text messages, images, videos, and voice recordings even in the most remote areas, where traditional Wi-Fi or cellular networks are often absent.
Driving the satellite network capabilities of the vivo X100 Pro are the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 and UNISOC V8821 chipsets. Additionally, insiders suggest that this smartphone will showcase a remarkable 53MP 1/1.43″ primary camera sensor from Sony IMX758, along with a 64MP sensor courtesy of OmniVision OV64B.
The highly anticipated vivo X100 Pro is poised for release in China next month, accompanied by other variants, including the vivo X100 and vivo X100 Pro+. This marks a significant leap forward in smartphone technology, offering users a glimpse into a future where seamless connectivity knows no boundaries.