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Vivo X Fold 3 Pro is headed to India and Indonesia, clears BIS, TKDN and Bluetooth SIG

Vivo launched the X Fold 3 Pro along with its sibling, or rather, the vanilla variant, last month in China. Just a few days ago, the global variant’s model number with the moniker was spotted on SDPPI certification, confirming that the Vivo X Fold 3 Pro will be making its debut in the global market. Today, we have spotted it on the Bluetooth SIG, TKDN, and BIS certification websites.

Vivo X Fold 3 Pro spotted on BIS, Bluetooth SIG and TKDN

Starting with the Bluetooth SIG, which further confirmed the model number “V2330” as the Vivo X Fold 3 Pro, the listing shows it will be equipped with Bluetooth version 5.4 and was listed on April 23rd 2024. Moving onto the BIS certification, it was first spotted by 91mobiles, and this same model number is present on that certification, as seen on the Bluetooth SIG. The only drawback of the BIS certification is that the moniker is not present. However, earlier sightings on the SDPPI and today’s Bluetooth SIG add value to the belief that the model number V2330 is indeed the Vivo X Fold 3 Pro.


Lastly, the TKDN certification reveals that the network connectivity will include “5G NR; FDD-LTE: B1/3/5/8; TDD-LTE: B40; GSM: 900/1800 MHz; WCDMA: 900/2100 MHz” but doesn’t provide much additional information.

So far, only the Pro variant has been spotted on several certifications, which leads me to believe that the Vanilla variant may be dropped. It is currently unknown whether Vivo will launch the same variant of the X Fold 3 Pro that is available in China or if there will be any variants.

From my past experience reporting on gadgets, typically after a gadget appears on the Bluetooth SIG, it is released within a month or two. So, I would guess it will be either May or June. As usual, my favorite disclaimer: these are early sightings, and we should always wait for the official confirmation from the brand.

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