On May 13, Vivo will unveil the Vivo X100s, X100s Pro, and X100 Ultra in China. However, the battery sizes and charging capabilities of these smartphones have remained a mystery despite the rumor mill spilling a lot of information about their cameras. This information was shared by Chinese leaker Experience More in his latest Weibo post.

Tipsters claim that the Vivo X100s will have a Dimensity 9300+ chipset and V2 imaging chip for improved photography. The battery will have a capacity of 5,100mAh and will be capable of rapid charging at 100W. There will be no support for wireless charging. The display will have a 1.5K resolution and will be manufactured by Visionox.

It will use the same Dimensity 9300+ chipset as the Vivo X100s Pro, but it will be equipped with a V3 sensor to enhance its imaging capabilities. With a 5400mAh battery and 100W and 50W wireless charging options, it comes with a 5400mAh capacity. A curved OLED display by Visionox will also be included. The resolution will also be 1.5K.

The Vivo X100 Ultra will feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, along with the latest V3+ imaging chip. The device will come with a 5,500mAh battery that supports wired and wireless charging at 80W and 30W, respectively. X100 Ultra’s display will be Samsung E7 AMOLED with curved edges, offering 2K resolution. There is a good chance that all three phones will have a 6.78-inch screen size.