Official SD 8 Gen 1, 80W Charging, and More for Vivo X Fold

The Vivo X Fold is Vivo’s second foldable smartphone. This device is the Vivo X Fold’s straight replacement from earlier this year. In many ways, it does resemble that phone quite a bit.

The official Vivo X FOLD has a number of enhancements over the original Vivo X FOLD. Consider the Vivo X Fold to be the Vivo X Fold’s upgraded counterpart. They do have a similar design and a lot of the same specifications, but there have been some noticeable upgrades. Vivo improved the SoC, sped up charging, and other things.

Let’s begin by concentrating on the most significant upgrades. A successor to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. That is a significant improvement in many areas, but battery life is especially essential. Power consumption has shown to be much better with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.

Advertisement The phone has a larger battery, a better SOC, and faster charging. Additionally, this smartphone has a larger 4,730mAh battery than its predecessor’s 4,600mAh battery. This increase in battery capacity combined with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 should result in significantly longer battery life.

Additionally, Vivo increased wired charging from 66 W to 80 W while keeping 50 W wireless charging on the device. The phone also boasts vegan leather on the back and a new, eye-catching red color option.

As far as changes go, that’s pretty much all. The Vivo X Fold kept the same screens, camera configuration, and other features. If you want to learn more about that, continue reading.

Advertisement IT INCLUDES TWO 120HZ REFRESH RATES AMOLED LTPO PANEL. The phone’s main panel is an 8.03-inch 2160 x 1916 E5 AMOLED LTPO display. Given that it can switch between 1 and 120Hz, it features an adjustable refresh rate. In game mode, it also provides a 140Hz touch sampling rate. Here, security is provided by flexible ultra-thin glass (UTG) from SCHOTT.

A 6.53-inch fullHD (2520 x 1080) panel serves as the second screen. A 120Hz refresh rate E5 AMOLED display is also present here. It has SCHOTT’s Xensation (Alpha) glass protection and a 240Hz touch sampling rate for gaming.

The system includes 256GB or 512GB of UFS 3.1 flash storage and 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM. By the way, in China, Android 12 already has OriginOS Ocean pre-installed. Only China was the initial launch market for this phone.

Advertisement On the interior, there are two SIM card slots and audio speakers. Here, Vivo employed a CS43131 Hi-Fi chip. Bluetooth 5.2 LE is included, and 5G is also supported. There is also 10W reverse wireless charging available.

It has the same camera configuration as its predecessor, plus ZEISS upgrades. How are the cameras doing? The main camera on the back is a 50-megapixel Samsung GN1 model with an f/1.57 aperture, OIS, and ZEISS T* coating. The second camera has a 48-megapixel ultrawide sensor with a 114-degree field of view and an f/2.2 aperture (Sony IMX598 sensor). The third camera is a 12-megapixel portrait device with an f/1.98 aperture and a Sony IMX663 sensor. The fourth and final component is an 8-megapixel periscope camera with f/3.4 aperture, optical image stabilization (OIS), 5x optical zoom, and 60x super zoom. Additionally, the business included a V1 chip for picture processing.

Both the cover display and the primary display each have a 16-megapixel selfie camera (f/2.45). Speaking of which, each of the phone’s displays has an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.

Advertisement When unfurled, the Vivo X Fold has dimensions of 162.01 x 144.87 x 6.28–7.40mm and 162.01 x 74.47 x 14.57–14.91mm. It’s not exactly the lightest foldable on the market at 311 grams.

The status of global availability is still unknown. There are three color possibilities for the Vivo X Fold : Red, Mountain Blue, and Black. Starting at CNY9,999 ($1,398), it will go on sale on September 29 in China. The availability across the globe is currently unknown. It’s likely that this phone’s replacement will be made available everywhere if this one doesn’t.


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