vivo’s upcoming X Fold+, initially thought to be named X Fold S, has been in the rumors for a few weeks now, and we’re clearly getting ever closer to its release date. We already knew that, compared to the original X Fold, it would have the upgraded Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, as well as support for 80W fast wired charging, and now some more details about the yet-unannounced device have surfaced courtesy of a Weibo post by vivo brand Vice President Jia Jingdong.
Jia outed the fact that the X Fold+ will come in a new red colorway (the X Fold has only been offered in black and blue). We’re also told the new phone would sport a 4,730 mAh battery, up from 4,600 mAh on its predecessor. The teaser image above was also posted, to give you a very slight idea about the red X Fold+ and what it will look like. Unfortunately, the image’s quality isn’t amazing as you can see, but hopefully the official announcement isn’t t far behind.
Aside from the SoC, the battery capacity, the increased wired charging, and the new color, the vivo X Fold+ is widely expected to be identical to the X Fold, sporting the same 8.03-inch internal display with 120 Hz refresh rate, the same 6.53-inch outer display with 120 Hz refresh rate, 12GB of RAM, 256/512GB of storage, 50 MP main camera with OIS, 12 MP 2x zoom snapper, 8 MP periscope 5x zoom cam, 48 MP ultrawide, and 16 MP selfie shooter .