Vivo X Fold+ snags Qi wireless charging certification. The unveiling for the Vivo X Fold+ will take place on September 26 at 7 PM local time in China. Qi wireless charging at up to 11W is just one more feature of the phone that we know about. This is the most reliable of government sources.
Although the X Fold+ has received Qi Extended Power Profile certification, which allows for up to 15W of charging power, the foldable will only be able to consume up to 11W. Since the original Vivo X Fold supports wireless charging up to 50W, we suspect the 11W rating on the X Fold+ is related to its reverse wireless charging.
It’s fantastic that a render of the phone can be seen in the certification, but Vivo hasn’t exactly been coy about showing off and teasing the device. Concerning additional X Fold+ specifications, the manufacturer has verified several details.
Vivo X Fold+ snags Qi wireless charging certification.
We know that it will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, support 80W fast charging (up from 66W in the previous edition), and more than 5,000 Android applications have been tuned for the OriginOS Ocean version of the X Fold+.
There have been rumors of a 12,730mAh battery, a 512GB hard drive, and 12GB of RAM (up from 4,600mAh on the original). A folding inner display measured 8.03 inches with 120 hertz, and an outside display measured 6.53 inches.
Reports suggest that the device will include a 32MP front-facing camera in addition to a 50MP primary camera, 48MP ultrawide, 12MP portrait, and 8MP periscope cameras on the back. Whether or not the X Fold+ will have a worldwide release remains unknown. Ideally, the latter is correct.