Due to low cost and good electrical performance, wafer-level chip scale packaging (WLCSP) has gained more attention in both industry and academia. However, because the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) mismatches between silicon and organic printed circuit board (PCB), WLCSP technology still faces reliability challenges, such as the solder joint fragile life issue. In this paper, a new WLCSP design (WLCSP-PN) is proposed, based on the structure of WLCSP with Cu posts (WLCSP-P), to release the stress on the solder joints. In the new design, there is a space between the Cu post and the polymer which permits NiSn coating on the post sidewall. The overcoating enhances the solder–post interface where cracks were initiated and enlarges the intermetallic compounds (IMC) joint area to enhance the adhesion strength. Design of experiment (DOE) with the Taguchi method is adopted to obtain the sensitivity information of design parameters of the new design by the three-dimensional (3D) finite element model (FEM), leading to the optimized configuration. The finite element analysis results demonstrate that compared to WLCSP-P, the proposed WLCSP-PN reduces the package displacement, equivalent stress, and plastic strain energy density and thus improves the fatigue life of solder joints.