Chinese manufacturer Vivo presented its first folding smartphone this Monday (11). baptized Vivo X FoldThe device has already been in development for at least three years, and last month it received a teaser revealing the reveal event.

This is the manufacturer’s first venture in the folding industry, and the person responsible for the ultra-thin glass is Schott, the same supplier to Samsung. When folded, the model displays a 6.53″ external AMOLED display, while with the internal display (LTPO2) on it measures 8.03″ (2200 x 1800p). Both have a refresh rate between 1Hz and 120Hz and standard HDR10+.

The hinge is a proprietary technology that allows the device to tilt 60º or 120º. In addition to supporting up to 300,000 on-off movements,. In terms of specs, the device packs a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and 12GB of RAM, as well as a 4,600mAh battery with 66W fast charging via cable (or up to 50W wirelessly). The mobile phone can also charge other devices via induction with 10W power.

Unlike other manufacturers, Vivo also operates in the field of photography in its foldable model. The lenses are from Zeiss and include a main sensor (50 MP), a zoom camera (12 MP), an ultra-wide (48 MP) and a periscope (for digital zoom up to 60x). The device has two selfie cameras, one for each stage.


Available in grey, blue, and black, the Vivo X Fold will initially be available in China only, starting at 8,999 yuan – the equivalent of US$1,400 or R$6,600 in direct currency conversion. There is no prediction that it will officially reach other markets.

Source: Tec Mundo

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