The company’s impending foray into the foldable flip market, the Vivo X Flip, has recently made headlines. Following Google Play approval, its name has now been made official and will, unsurprisingly, be the Vivo X Flip, in keeping with the company’s naming policies.
The name makes sense given that the Vivo X Fold, the company’s second book-style foldable, has the same name as this device and that it will compete with devices like the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and the Oppo Find N2 Flip. Given that everyone else is using the term “flip,” Motorola appears to be the only choice for those who want to avoid it.
Recently, the Vivo X Flip with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Processor and a 12 GB RAM configuration showed up in the Geekbench online database. In addition, a recent 3C certification confirms that the phone supports 44W fast charging.
According to rumours, the phone will include a 4,400 mAh battery, 50MP primary camera, 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 6.8-inch internal 1080p 120Hz display. It’s anticipated that the phone will formally debut in China in April. This indicates that a few months later, there will probably be an international launch.
The likelihood is that the phone won’t be officially offered in Pakistan; those who are interested must import it.