Vivo X100 Ultra Review: Display Performance and Camera Features Unveiled

Vivo X100 Ultra cam phone is making waves with its bold design, as with any trailblazer, it’s stirring up both admiration and controversy. We’ve got this phone from Vodabuy and have been using it for a month now, these are some of my feelings about using it.

Remember when curved screens were all the rage? Well, vivo’s decided to buck that trend with the X100 Ultra. They’ve ditched the curves in favor of a more practical, flat display. It’s a move that’s got some folks scratching their heads, but let’s be real – how many of us were actually using those curved edges for anything other than accidental touches?

The flat screen might not be as flashy, but it’s a godsend for one-handed operation. No more smartphone gymnastics just to tap that pesky notification in the corner! However, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. Some users have noticed green edges on both sides of the display.

Now, here’s where things get a bit… colorful. Some users have been griping about inaccurate colors on the vivo X100 Ultra’s display. But hold your horses before you write off this phone as a techno-chameleon! Turns out, the factory default settings aren’t in professional mode.

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The good news? You can tweak those settings faster than you can say “RGB.” And here’s a pro tip: ditch that factory screen protector. It’s like trying to appreciate the Mona Lisa through a pair of sunglasses – you’re just not getting the full picture.

When it comes to screen quality, the vivo X100 Ultra is playing in the big leagues. In fact, some folks reckon it’s giving the Huawei Pura 70 Ultra a run for its money. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, right? Choose what makes your eyes pop and your heart sing.

Now, let’s talk about that camera interface. The vivo X100 Ultra is serving up a smorgasbord of options that’ll make any shutterbug drool. You’ve got your Vivid, Texture, and Zeiss modes right out of the gate. There’s more! Swipe up from the shutter button, and you’ll unlock the mysterious Humanities Camera, (Shooting with the vivo X100 Ultra: A Photographer’s Wildest Dream?).

This isn’t your average point-and-shoot affair, packing some serious firepower, with Vivid, Texture, Zeiss, and Black and White options. It’s like having a mini photo studio in your pocket.

For those moments when you’re feeling a bit theatrical, there’s Stage Mode. It’s got specially tailored focus, white balance, and exposure settings that’ll make your photos look like they belong in a Broadway playbill.

Now, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows in vivo X100 Ultra land. For the purists out there, the current firmware’s color reproduction in Zeiss Natural, Professional Manual, or RAW modes might leave you feeling a bit… blue. If you’re the type who likes to tinker with your shots in post-processing.

In conclusion, the vivo X100 Ultra’s display is like a box of chocolates – you never know quite what you’re gonna get. It’s packed with features that’ll make some users jump for joy, while others might be left scratching their heads.

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Scott Charles is a professional writer and contributor for Gizmoweek. An avid collector of all things Apple watch, cool gadgets, phones.

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