According to tipster Digital Chat Station, it won't be long before we see a Black Shark 5S added to the mix.
The new device will supposedly feature a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip along with a new SSD storage technology.
It'll have a slightly higher battery capacity of 4,790 mAh and feature the same zippy 120W charging as the 5.
It'll feature a pressure-sensitive 6.67-inch OLED display with a central punch-hole camera. Similar to that found in its predecessor.
The Black Shark 5S is said to have a triple camera array with a 64MP main shooter, though we may see a 5S Pro with the same 108MP sensor as the Black Shark 5 Pro.
Of course, the new model is set to feature the signature pop-up trigger buttons that we loved using on previous Black Shark phones.
All in all, the 5S seems similar to the Black Shark 5, with the main updates being a jump to the latest Snapdragon 8+ processor and some new storage tech.
Given the usual six-month update cycle, we might expect the Black Shark 5S lineup to be announced around September of this year.