A few days before, it was reported that Vivo’s upcoming flip foldable phone (expected to be named: Vivo X Flip) had been listed on the Geekbench certification site, which is a big sign that this new foldable flagship is under development. Today, the same model got listed on another certification site.
This morning, the upcoming Vivo X Flip appeared on 3C Certification with model number: V2256A (same model number appeared on Geekbench). The 3C Certification states that this model would be equipped with Vivo’s 44W FlashCharge charger.
The charger carries following model numbers: V4440L0B1-CN and V4440L0A1-CN and supports charging at following modes: 10W (5V/2A), 18W (9V/2A) and 44W (11V/4A). As reported, the 3C Certification also states that the Vivo X Flip will be powered by a 5G chipset, i.e. Snapdragon 8+ Gen1.
Previously, through Geekbench, it was revealed that Vivo has planned to use an under-clocked version of Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 on its upcoming foldable phone. The chipset would be based on the same TSMC manufacturing process. However, the frequency would be lower (when compared with the original version).
Regarding the other specifications, the Vivo X Flip would adopt flagship-level specifications. It is expected to feature a 6.8 inches OLED Display with a single centered punch-hole that supports Full-HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Inside the punch-hole, there would be a 12MP Sony IMX663 lens.
On the backside, a secondary screen is placed under the camera lens to be used for the same operations as we have seen in Samsung Galaxy Z Flip’s secondary screen (for showing notifications or other related essential functions). The rear side camera module features a dual-lens setup, including a 50MP Sony IMX866 Primary Lens.
The Vivo X Flip would feature a 4400mAh battery cell and support 44W fast charging (as revealed through 3C Certification). The reports also claimed that the device would feature a side fingerprint scanner.
Currently, there is no official news regarding the Vivo’s upcoming X Flip.