Live picture of the unannounced Vivo X Flip surfaces

7 April, 2023 Vivo

Live picture of the unannounced Vivo X Flip surfaces

 

Last month we showed you a render and passed along reputed specs of the most recent clamshell flip phone that is supposed to in practically no time join the Motorola Razr (2022), Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, and the new Oppo Track down N2 Flip. That would be the Vivo X Flip. Today, a post made on the Chinese virtual entertainment site Weibo by Computerized Talk Station (through Playfuldroid, by means of 91mobiles) showed a live picture of the Vivo X Flip donning a round camera module and an outer showcase.

 

Reputed specs for the Vivo X Flip incorporate a 6.8-inch AMOLED show with a FHD+ (1080p) goal and a 120Hz invigorate rate. The clamshell flipper will be fueled by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and include up to 12GB of LPDDR5 Slam and 128GB of UFS 3.1 capacity. The phone will undoubtedly incorporate a side-mounted unique mark scanner.

 

The back camera cluster is supposed to incorporate a camera supported by the 50MP Sony IMX866 sensor with a wide-point camera driven by the 12MP Sony IMX663 sensor. The gadget will have a forward looking 32MP camera for selfies and video visits.

 

Live picture of the unannounced Vivo X Flip surfaces

 

The 4400mAh battery keeping the lights on the Vivo X Flip will be marginally bigger than the 4300mAh battery on Oppo's new foldable clamshell. It likewise destroys the Galaxy Z Fold 4's 3700mAh battery limit and the 3500mAh battery limit on the Motorola Razr (2022).

 

Vivo previously delivered the Vivo X Fold last year and the spin-off is supposed to be delivered at some point this month with a very meager plan. A commentator had the option to get his hands on the phone and screen captures from a video he made show how smooth the gadget is. We could see Vivo present the X Fold 2 and X Flip together during a similar occasion at some point this month.

 

Both Vivo and Oppo are possessed by China's BBK Gadgets. This is the very firm that possesses the Realme, OnePlus, and iQOO brands.

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