Recently, Vivo has launched its first folding screen phone, the X Fold. This phone series takes a similar approach to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and is also a market competitor with an internal folding screen measuring 8.03 inches to use as a tablet and a screen. Compact size 6.53 inches on the outside with features like a regular phone.

Similar to Samsung, Vivo's folding screen uses a layer of Ultra Thin Glass (UTG) manufactured by Schott with high durability. GSMArena says the hinge of the X Fold can be opened 180 degrees or held at angles from 60 to 120 degrees. According to Android Autoity, Vivo advertises its X Fold phones as being able to fold 300,000 times, much higher than the 200,000 times figure on Samsung's latest folding phones.

In addition to the ability to fold, Vivo X Fold is also equipped with leading hardware. In particular, X Fold is equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, battery capacity up to 4,600 mAh, 50W wireless fast charging technology and 66W wired fast charging. Both screens of the X Fold support 120Hz refresh rate and have an integrated ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.

According to Android Authority, on the back, Vivo X Fold is equipped with 4 cameras including: 50MP main lens, 48MP super wide-angle lens, 2x 12MP telephoto lens and 5x 8MP periscope lens. Both the inside and outside screens are equipped with a punch-hole front camera with a resolution of 16MP.

Vivo is a brand of the BBK empire, which is also the parent company of Oppo, OnePlus and Realme. Last year, Oppo also launched its first folding phone called Find N, an impressive product and slightly smaller in size than Vivo X Fold. Currently both products are only for the Chinese market.

The price of Vivo X Fold is about $1,413 for the 12 GB Ram version and 256 GB flash kit. There is also a 512GB version of memory priced at $1,570
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