Vivo X Fold 3 Certified by 3C Authority; X Fold 3 and X Fold 3 Pro Battery Capacities Tipped

Vivo, the Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer, is said to unveil two of its new foldable devices – the Vivo X Fold 3 and the Vivo X Fold 3 Pro in the brand’s home market by the end of this month. The X Fold 3 Pro was previously certified by the 3C authority and following it, the vanilla X Fold 3 has also received the 3C certification. Along with this, the battery capacities of these two upcoming smartphones have been tipped as well.

Here’s more about it.

Vivo X Fold 3 – 3C Certification

The Vivo X Fold 3 smartphone has appeared on the 3C certification database with the model number of “V2303A”, and it is revealed to support an 80W wired fast charging feature. If we look into the 3C certification of the Vivo X Fold 3 Pro model, it was pointed out to support an even faster 120W wired charging feature. About the battery capacities, the vanilla model is suggested to be backed by a 5600 mAh battery, whereas the pro model may possibly be packing a slightly larger 5700 mAh battery.

Vivo X Fold 3 - 3C Certification

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About the other previous updates, it is being expected that the X Fold 3 will arrive equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and on the other hand, the X Fold 3 Pro is probably going to be powered by the more latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor as per reports.

On the camera side, the X Fold 3 is said to feature a 50MP OmniVision OV50H primary camera, 50MP telephoto camera, and a 50MP ultrawide lens at the rear. The X Fold 3 Pro is also suggested to sport the same 50MP OV50H primary and 50MP ultrawide cameras, but alongside a 64MP OV64B periscope telephone lens.

Both these smartphone have also been certified by the MIIT certification authority of China and were spotted on the IMEI database. The vanilla model had also received China’s radio certification too. Also to add, the schematic of the X Fold 3 Pro and the real life images of the X Fold 3 were shared as well. As mentioned, we may see the debut of the two devices this month itself.




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