Next month, Vivo intends to introduce a new foldable phone as a rival to the Galaxy Z Fold 4. The Vivo X Fold S will be the name of this device, claims a well-known tipster.

Next month, VIVO intends to announce a Galaxy Z Fold 4 rival. Digital Chat Station has disseminated this information on Weibo. However, he did not really provide much details regarding the gadget. But based on the moniker, we assume it will resemble the Vivo X Fold in some ways.

The Vivo X Fold was introduced in April, but it is still only available in China. Vivo decided against making it available outside of its home country, but the S model might see a different faith. If we had to speculate, we’d assume the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will power this phone.

Advertisement The name of the device hints that it will be the Vivo X Fold’s replacement, not the 2023 model. We anticipate a pretty similar design and specifications, along with an improved SoC and possibly other updates.

A solid offering, the Vivo X Fold was only available in China. When it was introduced earlier this year, the Vivo X Fold was able to garner a lot of interest. The phone has a gorgeous look and strong set of specifications. Its availability was the only problem, of course.

The majority of foldables made by Chinese businesses have this problem. They continue to be unique to China, allowing Samsung to operate in other markets essentially without opposition. Hopefully, the future OPPO foldables and this Vivo phone will change that.

Advertisement We anticipate that both of its screens will have an AMOLED panel and a 120Hz refresh rate. The main display will be at least 8 inches and the cover panel approximately 6.5 inches, both based on the Vivo X Fold.

Four cameras on the device’s back are anticipated, along with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 flash storage. The set will also have stereo speakers and Zeiss optics.

66W wired, 50W wireless, and 10W reverse wireless charging were all available on the Vivo X Fold. We anticipated that this phone will at least match that performance, if not exceed it. Let’s see.

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