The vivo X100 has been available in China since November, and apparently the company is already working on a slight refresh of this model. It will be called X100s, and it’s coming soon to the Chinese market using the same Dimensity 9300 chipset as its predecessor, according to prolific (and often right) leakster Digital Chat Station over on Weibo.

The X100s’ design has allegedly already been finalized. The phone will have a “1.5K” flat screen with “ultra-narrow” bezels, a flat metal frame and glass on both the front and the back.

vivo X100 with curved screen and orange colorway instead
vivo X100 with curved screen and orange colorway instead

The phone will be offered in white, black, cyan, and “titanium” – with this one it’s unclear if it’s just the name of a color or if the material with that name will be used as well. Everything is high quality as is to be expected at the flagship level, and apparently the glass body feels really good.

At this point it’s unclear what else will differentiate it from the X100, aside from the slightly different color options, the flat screen and flat frame. We’ll let you know when we find out more. Do however keep in mind that the X100 was never launched globally, and so the X100s might have the exact same fate.

Source (in Chinese) | Via