Chinese phone brand Vivo announces first foldable phone

Vivo’s first foldable phone resembles the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold (it opens like a book) and has an internal display that expands to 8 inches. It can also be used folded; For this, it has a 6.5-inch display on the outside. Behind both screens is a fingerprint scanner typing android authorityI

Vivo X Fold is currently only available in China. The version with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage costs here 1,300 euros. There is also a variant with 512GB storage for 1,445 euros.

Four camera lenses are placed on the back of the device. It has a standard camera (50 megapixels), wide angle (48 megapixels), 2x zoom (12 megapixels) and 5x zoom (8 megapixels). Two selfie cameras (16 megapixels) on the inside and on the front.

The phone will also get a new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and a 4,600 mAh battery. The displays support a refresh rate of 120 frames per second, making moving images smooth. Many new high-end Android phones support 120Hz displays these days.

It is unclear whether Vivo plans to launch its foldable phone in the Netherlands as well. Smartphone brands such as Samsung and Huawei sell all their foldable devices here.

Source: NU