Vivo X Fold Spotted In A Hand-On Video

Vivo X Fold Spotted In A Hand-On Video

Vivo X Fold Spotted In A Hand-On VideoVivo X Fold Spotted In A Hand-On Video

There’s has been several reports suggesting vivo is about to hit the foldable smartphone market soon with its vivo X Fold and finally, a first real look at what the device looks has surfaced in an unreleased video. Earlier today, a mysterious foldable smartphone alleged to be vivo X Fold was spotted in China.

The image was shared on Weibo (Via ITHome) and showcased the smartphone from the front. While it is still unclear which model this foldable phone actually is, it is believe to be the vivo X Fold. Looking at the image, we can see that it has a thick case, which is likely to prevent anyone from spotting its actual design. Although, the display is in full view and does not appear to have any form of crease on the front.

one of the previous reports had revealed the schematics of the Chinese brand’s foldable handset. It showed that its cover display will have a curved edge and a center aligned punch hole.

Vivo X Fold Spotted In A Hand-On Video
Vivo X Fold schematic by Digital Chat Station

The rear side of the device has a circular module placed inside a rectangle block. This module houses the LED flash and a quad camera setup. An unknown key, a volume rocker, and a power button are available around the sides of the X Fold.

vivo X Fold Specifications (Rumored)

As per recent rumors, the vivo X Fold will sport a 6.5 inch FHD+ OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate on the front. Furthermore, the internal display will be an 8 inch panel with QHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The device will reportedly be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. It is also expected to be powered by a 4,600mAh battery pack that supports 80W fast charging. Keep in mind that these are still speculations, so take it with a pinch of salt and stick around for more updates.

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