The Vivo X Fold Plus comes as a turbocharged version of the foldable X Fold. Among the specifications, it is worth noting that the model arrives with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, a screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and the possibility of folding at three different angles.
Previously, some details about the company’s new smartphone had already been confirmed, such as the processor and 80W charging support. This time, the ad also showed several other product details, such as the 6.5-inch external screen and Full HD+ resolution.
The internal panel, in turn, has a size of 8.03-inch and the resolution is 2K, in addition to the 120 Hz update and the biometric sensor. All item displays come with AMOLED technology. Another highlight in this aspect is that the device can be folded into three different angles, namely 30º, 90º and 120º.
For shooting, the Vivo X Fold+ comes with a module that holds four lenses at the rear. The main one has 50MP of resolution and the auxiliaries are a 48MP ultra-wide camera, a 12MP camera for portraits and an 8MP camera that works as a periscope. Finally, the selfie lens is 16MP.
On the battery side, the foldable comes with a capacity of 4,730mAh and in addition to supporting 80W charging. It also offers charging at up to 50W in wireless mode. The Vivo X FOld Plus runs OriginOS skin with Android 12. It hits the market in variants with 12GB+ 256GB and 12GB + 512GB of storage.