Vivo is planning an unique launch event for their first-ever foldable phone on April 11th. After that, the smartphone will be made official in its native market of China. Meanwhile, a picture of the handset’s marketing standee for offline stores has been leaked ahead of its formal introduction, revealing its whole feature sheet.
Features of the Vivo X Fold
The Vivo X Fold will include an 8-inch Samsung AMOLED E5 internally foldable display with 2K resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate that can be adjusted using LTPO 3.0 technology. On the back, there’s a 6.53-inch Full HD+ display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. 3D dual-screen fingerprint scanners are also included in the smartphone.
In addition, the X Fold has equaled or surpassed 19 DisplayMate A+ marks, and the hinge has been certified by TUV Rheinland to withstand 300,000 folds/unfolds, a global first.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU, LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.1 storage are all found under the hood of the X Fold. On the software side, it runs Android 12.
The gadget will include a 4,600mAh dual-cell battery that enables 66W wired charging, 50W wireless flash charging, and a large area superconducting nano-sensitive thermal technology to aid with heat dissipation, according to the leaked poster.
On the phone’s back panel, there’s a quad-camera set with Zeiss branding and T* coating for photography. This contains a 50 MP Samsung GN5 main lens with OIS, a 48 MP ultrawide lens, a 12 MP portrait lens, and a 5 MP 60x OIS periscope lens, as well as a 48 MP ultrawide, a 12 MP portrait lens, and a 5 MP 60x OIS periscope lens. Wi-Fi 6 and NFC are two more connection choices.
According to what we know so far, the smartphone will make its debut in China. There’s no news yet on whether it’ll be available on the foreign market.