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The "Vivo X Fold" allegedly leaks out in a new design schematic

The latest Vivo foldable leak. (Source: Digital Chat Station via Weibo)
The latest Vivo foldable leak. (Source: Digital Chat Station via Weibo)
Vivo is tipped to launch its first ever foldable device in 2022, which might debut under the OEM's main smartphone brand. Now, a reliable leaker purports to reveal how it will look ahead of this event. It is depicted as having a design language that does indeed match that of the X series thus far.

OPPO is the first BBK Electronics brand to have launched its inaugural foldable flagship phone; now, it is possible that Vivo could be next. This device has been rumored to debut as the NEX Fold; however, it now seems the OEM might go with the moniker X Fold instead. Now, the famous tipster Digital Chat Station has endorsed this idea in a new Weibo post.

The leaker has uploaded an image that, while not being much more than a line drawing, distinctly incorporates this branding, set into one corner in a similar way to some older X-series phones. It is also depicted as having a camera hump not a million miles away from that linked to its putative conventional counterpart, the VIVO NEX 5 X Note.

The new schematic also suggests that the X Fold will match many of its potential rivals in having a cover display with a central punch-hole camera. Not much is known about its main screen thus far, although Digital Chat Station now hints that it might have either an integrated fingerprint sensor or none at all thus far. The "Vivo X Fold" lacks a concrete launch date or price at this stage, however.

The "Vivo X Fold" might look like this from the back. (Source: Digital Chat Station via Weibo)
The "Vivo X Fold" might look like this from the back. (Source: Digital Chat Station via Weibo)
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-03- 7 (Update: 2022-03- 7)