A few weeks before, it was reported that Vivo was working on a new device with the model number: V2229A, which belongs to the Vivo X Fold+, the upgraded version of the standard Vivo X Fold. However, another certification site has again listed the same model number.
This morning, the Vivo X Fold+ (V2229A) has been listed on TENAA Certification, revealing the device’s live images. After observing all the photos, no significant difference between the Standard and Plus model of Vivo X Fold can be seen. When the device is in the folded state, there is a rectangle-shaped camera module on one side and an external screen on the other.
It is worth mentioning that the device’s color is the same black leather texture as in the standard model. However, the significant difference between both versions is their chipsets. The upcoming Vivo X Fold+ is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chipset, as revealed through Geekbench.
In terms of specifications, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 comes with a higher 3.2GHz frequency at Super-Core and is based on TSMC 4nm manufacturing process, which has further lower power consumption; other specs are the same as in standard Snapdragon 8 Gen1.
Previously, the TENAA Certification (excluding the images) of Vivo X Fold+ revealed that the device would feature a Dual-Cell 4600mAh battery (2x 2300mAh cells) in addition to 80W fast charging (as stated by 3C Certification).
It was also revealed that the new Vivo X Fold+ would feature a 2K LTPO Display with a 120Hz refresh rate on both inside and outside. Also, the company has embedded an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner in both displays. Regarding the camera, the rear side module consists of four lenses: 50MP Outsole Main Lens, 50MP Ultra-Wide Lens, 12MP Depth Lens (with 2x Zoom), and 8MP Periscope Lens with 5x Full Focal Length.
In the upcoming days, it is expected that Vivo will officially announce its all-new Vivo X Fold+ launch date.