Vivo just added an “s” entry to its X100 series, and it’s as powerful as ever

Vivo X100s Price in Nepal
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Vivo just loves to confuse us with the naming of its devices. Its affordable entries and their names are quite convoluted, and the flagship section is following suit with the X100 series. Too many entries! Anyway, Vivo just launched the X100s and let’s discuss everything about it including its expected price in Nepal.

Vivo X100s Overview

Design and Display

The Vivo X100s has the same design blueprint as the rest of its siblings. That being said, it comes with a curved back while the frames and the screen are flat. The phone’s chassis is made of aluminium while the back is made of glass. Additionally, the Vivo X100s is available in four colour options: three in a monotone grey, white, and black finish and the last one in a blue shade with wavy patterns.

On the front, this latest phone unsurprisingly features an AMOLED panel that stretches 6.78 inches. The resolution and refresh rate on this thing is 2,800 x 1,260 pixels and 120Hz respectively. As I mentioned earlier, the screen on the Vivo X100s is flat which is distinctly unique to it as other members of its series sport a curved screen.


This Vivo X100s packs the recently launched MediaTek flagship processor i.e. Dimensity 9300+. This chipset is all about performance as there are no efficiency cores in this processor. It comes with four ARM Cortex-X4, and A720 cores each, clocks in at a peak frequency of 3.4GHz, and follows third-generation TSMC 4nm fabrication.

Dimensity 9300 plus chipset

In addition to that, the Vivo X100s features an LPDDR5x memory and UFS 4.0 storage. The storage and RAM come in four combos. Those being, 12GB + 256GB, 16GB + 256GB, 16GB + 512GB, and 16GB + 1TB.

Camera and the rest

The cameras on this Vivo X100s continue to be in a partnership with Zeiss as it features T* coating from the German company. This is an anti-reflective coating that allows for maximum light transmission while reducing lens glares. Meanwhile, the sensors themselves are 50MP primary, 50MP ultrawide, and 64MP 3x periscope respectively while the selfie camera on here is a 32MP unit. Furthermore, the main and portrait shooters are OIS-ready too.

Vivo X100s Camera

The Vivo X100s draws its power from a 5,100 mAh battery with 100W wired charging capability. This phone — unlike its other compatriots — does not accept wireless charging. Other than that, it features an optical fingerprint sensor underneath the screen for biometric security.

Vivo X100s Specifications

  • Design: Flat screen, flat aluminium edges, and curved glass back
  • Dimensions: 163.12 mm x 75.78 mm x 7.80 mm
  • Weight: 203 grams
  • Display: 6.78” AMOLED Panel, 120Hz refresh rate, 100% DCI-P3 colour gamut, 1.07 billion colour depth
  • Resolution: 1.5K (1,260 x 2,800)
  • Chipset: Octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 9300+ (4nm)
  • RAM: 12GB or 16GB, LPDDR5x
  • ROM: 256GB, 512GB or 1TB, UFS 4.0
  • OS: Android 14
  • Rear Camera: Triple Camera (50MP Primary OIS + 50MP Ultrawide + 64MP 3x Periscope OIS)
  • Front Camera: 32MP Camera (Centre-aligned hole-punch cutout)
  • Security: In-display optical fingerprint sensor, Face Unlock
  • Battery: 5,100 mAh cell with 100W super fast charging
  • Colour Options: Qingyun (Blue), Titanium, White Moonlight, Black

Vivo X100s Price in Nepal and Availability

The Vivo X100s launched alongside the Vivo X100 Ultra and Vivo X100s Pro on 13 May 2024 in China. The pricing starts at CNY 3,999 and goes all the way to CNY 5,199. There is no news regarding its availability outside of China at this time. If it ever arrives here by any means, we expect the Vivo X100s to start at no less than NPR 84,000.

Vivo X100s  Price in China (Official) Price in Nepal (Expected)
12GB+256GB CNY 3,999 NPR 85,000
16GB+256GB CNY 4,399 NPR 93,000
16GB+512GB CNY 4,699 NPR 102,000
16GB+1TB CNY 5,199 NPR 110,000

  • Meanwhile, check out our Vivo X100 Pro review video: