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Vivo X Fold3 Pro Appeared on 3C Certification with 120W Charging

Since the Chinese New Year has ended, manufacturing companies are now moving back to normal and once again looking forward to releasing their newer models. Recently, we came to know that Vivo has started working on the successor models of its fold devices series.

This morning, a new device that carries the model number “V2337A” (from Vivo) was listed on the 3C Certification, and sources claimed that it belongs to the upcoming Vivo X Fold3 Pro. This might sound a bit weird, but, indeed, the forthcoming X Fold3 series will also consist of a Pro model.

V2337A

As mentioned in the certification, the folding phone of Vivo will use the 120W FlashCharge adapter (model number: V12060L1A0-CN), which supports charging at 15W (5V/3A), 18W (9V/2A), 66W (11V/6A), and 120W (20V/6A).

It is expected that there will be a standard version as well in which a lower charging speed is expected. Usually, we have seen that the manufacturer launches typically two models in their flagship series: Standard and Pro. However, in the case of folding phones, we would see this for the first time.

Also Read: Huawei Pocket 2 Officially Confirmed to Launch on February 22

The specifications information regarding the Pro version is unknown yet. However, the reports claim that it would include a periscopic lens, 50W wireless charging, and an under-display fingerprint scanner. In terms of chipset, we can expect the Pro variant to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen3 flagship CPU.

The new Vivo X Fold3 series is expected to launch in the coming month or two.

Harris Zahid

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