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Vivo X100s will Have A Flat Display And a 7.8mm Slim Profile

The Vivo X100s, Vivo X100s Pro, and Vivo X100 Ultra will all be released in China on May 13. The Vivo X100, which used the Dimensity 9300 chip, will be replaced by the X100s. It is already announced that the future Dimensity 9300 Plus chipset would be included in the successor generation.

Vivo X100s design

According to the official poster issued by the brand, the Vivo X100s boasts a 7.8mm thin profile. The X100s will have a flat display in contrast to the X100’s curved edge screen. Recall that the X100 is around 8.5 mm thick.

An official photo of the Vivo X100s, which has a nice appearance and a good front and rear design, is seen above. The phone’s rear panel features the Zeiss logo along with a recognisable circular camera module housing three cameras. In the upper-right corner is an LED flash unit as well. The gadget is reportedly coming in four colours: titanium, cyan, white, and black.

Vivo X100s specifications

The Vivo X100s’ exact characteristics are currently unknown. Rumour has it that the Vivo X100s will be identical to the X100 in terms of specifications, with the exception of a chipset and a flat screen. Consequently, a 6.78-inch AMOLED LTPO 1.5K display with an in-screen fingerprint scanner and a refresh rate of 120Hz is anticipated for the X100s. It will have three camera units: a 50-megapixel main camera with optical image stabilisation (OIS) + a 50-megapixel ultrawide camera + a 64-megapixel triple camera unit with a 3x periscope telephoto lens.

Four configurations—12 GB RAM + 256 GB storage, 16 GB RAM + 256 GB storage, 16 GB RAM + 512 GB storage, and 16 GB RAM + 1 TB storage—are expected to be available for the Vivo X100s. Three,999 Yuan (~$565), four,399 Yuan (~$620), four,699 Yuan (~$660), and five,199 Yuan (~$730) are the estimated costs for these variations.

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