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Yukesh Prabhu
Yukesh Prabhu
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Vivo has now opened the door to enter the universe of Foldable phones. Vivo has already piled up several smartphones up ahead in its journey. From T series to X nestle to expedite up. With all this new smartphone lineup, Vivo has now set foot in the Foldable phone business.

On February 9th, Ross Young, CEO of DSCC, a display supply chain consulting company, said that Samsung’s panel shipments of Vivo’s first folding smartphone began production a month back. The tweet hasn’t delivered any phone configuration; it revealed the display specifications.

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The phone will feature an 8.03-inch LTPO 120Hz screen, protected with UTG ultra-thin glass. The phone will likely debut at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) opening on February 28. Vivo has recently registered for trademarks such as “NEX FOLD,” “NEX SLIDE,” and “NEX ROLL” these are names that could be expected to be labeled for the new foldable phone.

Previously, foreign media indicated that Vivo foldable phone would debut with an 8-inch inner screen and a 6.5-inch outer screen. The machine will feature a UTG cover. However, its underlying display is produced by the tech giant Samsung, and BOE manufactures the external collection.

Foldable phones made an appearance in the tech industry to stay longer despite the limited models from the tech giants; Foldables would never be bygone. They are heavy and are a big question mark to portability. They wouldn’t allow you to install all the apps you want to see on the device.

Moreover, the ridge straight in the center of the screen might be the cruel element in the smartphone, but without that, it is no good to call it a foldable phone. To top it all, it’s a big ticket for an ordinary individual to experience an adventure of foldable myths.

Foldable phones are no longer a myth; these extravagant gadgets heaped from the science fiction movie into the actual entry in 2019 when the Korean tech giant introduced Samsung Galaxy Fold. The first chunk of Foldable phones is eerie, worldly, and crooked after forming an environment to adopt the expensive, troublesome foldable phones.

After the iron out of a couple of technical twirls, the tech giants’ foldable phones are starting to stroll amidst the consumers. Foldable phones cost you a whopping sum to secure a place in the modernized world.

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