Vivo X Flip Design Drawing Showing Initial First Look

Vivo X Flip renders

Vivo X Flip Design Drawing

At the Vivo X90 Series launch conference, officials said that Vivo X Fold+ has become the pinnacle of NPS (net recommendation value) for the Vivo brand in the past ten years, reaching an amazing 70.3%.

Those familiar with this kind of data should know that an NPS of 70% or more means that users are quite satisfied with this product or service, a relatively rare ultra-high satisfaction in the cell phone industry.

The innovative hovering experience of Vivo X Fold+, Zeiss full focal length image, 120Hz refresh rate inside and outside, dual screen ultrasonic fingerprint, and other flagship configurations make it a folding screen flagship that is hard to return with one use.

Now Vivo is working with a vertically foldable display phone, tentatively called Vivo X Flip. The Digital Chat Station said that Vivo X Flip will arrive soon and will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chipset.

In a separate post, he shared a Vivo X Flip design drawing giving an initial idea of the look. Vivo’s vertical foldable uses a circular lens module in the upper left corner and + a rectangular large-size secondary screen design. At the same time, X Flip will focus on thinness and lightness.

Vivo X Flip renders based on design drawing

Next year, the real folding Fold on the base of the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 platform will also try its best to reduce weight, and the new flagship tablet is also on the way.

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