The Vivo X Flip, which Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo is purportedly developing, is anticipated to go on sale in China. The device is most likely to be the Vivo X Fold+’s replacement. It was introduced in September.
Vivo X Flip is reportedly set to make its domestic debut shortly, according to a rumor by Digital Chat Station (via Weibo). The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset is expected to run the foldable smartphone. The phone is also rumored to mimic the August-released Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4.
A horizontal folding display on a vertical hinge could be found in the Vivo X Flip. In addition, a secondary display is anticipated for the future foldable phone, with the primary display most likely to fold inward.
Price and availability for the Vivo X Fold
The cost of the Vivo X Fold is CNY 8,999. The smartphone has three color options: Blue, Grey, and Black. Only in China is the foldable smartphone available for purchase.
Specifications for the Vivo X Fold
The front of the Vivo X Fold has a 6.53-inch AMOLED display; when the clamshell is opened, a larger 8.03-inch foldable display is visible. The smartphone boasts two panels, which are AMOLED and support HDR10 at 120 Hz refresh rates. The 4600mAh battery powering the foldable phone enables 50W wireless and 66W rapid charging.
The smartphone has a 48MP ultra-wide sensor, a 50MP f/1.8 primary sensor with OIS, a 12MP f/2.4 2x telephoto lens, an 8MP 5x periscope zoom lens, and a 48MP sensor.
The Zeiss optics and branding around the camera housing are also present on the X Fold, much like on the other Vivo flagship phones. A punch hole that holds 16MP sensors is on the inner and exterior displays.