It’s Samsung currently the world’s largest foldable smartphone brand, and it looks like other brands won’t even come close to the South Korean firm in terms of sales in the next few years. However, many Android OEMs are trying their best launch foldable phones with better specifications and competitive price. It is the latest smartphone to compete with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 Vivo X Fold+it’s a slight improvement over the Vivo X Fold that was introduced earlier this year.
Vivo X Fold+ has better hardware than Galaxy Z Fold 4
New foldable phone Vivo it has faster and more stable features Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, ultrasonic fingerprint readers, a bigger battery and faster charging. It sports a 6.53-inch OLED flip display with a Full HD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The built-in foldable screen is 8.03 inches diagonally, has an LTPO panel (1Hz-120Hz) and HDR10+. It has two 16-megapixel selfie cameras, one on the cover display and the other on the internal foldable display. It even has Ultra Thin Glass (made by Schott) over its foldable display.
On the back, Vivo X Fold+ 50MP (ISOCELL GN1 1/1.57-inch) is similar to the main camera Galaxy Z Fold 4. However, it has a larger ultra-wide camera (48MP 1/2-inch) and two telephoto cameras (12MP 2x zoom and 8MP 5x periscope zoom) instead of one on the Galaxy Z Fold 4. Although it can record 4K 60fps video from its main camera. , 2x telephoto and ultra-wide cameras, limited to 1080p video recording on its selfie and 5x telephoto cameras.
Vivo X Fold+ runs on Android 12 based OriginOS Ocean operating system. It has stereo speakers, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, GPS, USB 3.2 Type-C port and a 4730 mAh battery. That’s 330mAh larger than the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s 4,400mAh cell. It also charges faster (80W) and can be fully charged in 35 minutes. It also charges faster (50W) with a wireless charger. He
But if Vivo can’t market its foldable phone outside of China, it doesn’t make any sense
Overall, the Vivo X Fold+ has a bigger screen, better camera, better fingerprint reader, bigger battery and faster charging. All this comes with a price tag of CNY 9,999 ($1,415), which is $200 cheaper than the Galaxy Z Fold 4. However, the phone will not be available outside of China and does not have an official IP rating for water resistance. . The software probably won’t be anywhere near as good either Samsung’s One UI 4.1.1based on Android 12L.
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