Vivo X Fold3 series, vivo Pad3 Pro and TWS 4 Will Arrive on March 26


Vivo has just confirmed the launch of its new Vivo X Fold3 series. The company’s next range of foldable smartphones will finally debut in China on March 26th. The company will also bring its new Vivo Pad3 Pro tablet and the Vivo TWS 4 ANC to the stage.

Vivo X Fold3 series and More Vivo Devices to Launch on March 26 in China

The company’s Vice President and General Manager of Brand and product strategy Jiajing Dong revealed that the X Fold3 series will be the brand’s first foldable with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. It is worth noting that Vivo will keep this lineup’s legacy of bringing some of the largest foldable displays. The Vivo X Fold3 is rumored to come with an 8.03-inch Samsung E7 screen. The Phone will continue the Vivo and ZEISS partnership and bring the Zeiss T* Lens. The phone will include a 50 MP Main camera, 64 MP periscope telephoto lens, 50 MP Ultrawide Camera, and Vivo’s self-developed V3 imaging chip.

Vivo X Fold3

The Vivo X Fold3 series will bring the Kaiyu Architecture, Vivo’s fancier name for the phone’s solid build. There will be improvements in the build to keep the inner screen and the outer screen reliable and ensure that every part of the phone is durable. The handset will come with an IPX8 rating for water resistance.

The foldable smartphone will also include a 6.53-inch FHD+ AMOLED outer display with 120 Hz refresh rate. It will come with up to 16 GB of LPDDR5X RAM and up to 1 TB UFS 4.0 Storage. The phone will run OriginOS 4 based on Android 14. There will be a 32 MP front-facing snapper for selfies and video calls. Interestingly, Vivo will bring two selfie cameras one for the inner display and another one for the outer screen. Below you can find a quick summary with some of the phone’s rumored specifications.

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Vivo X3 Fold Rumored Specs Summary

  • 8.03-inch (2480 x 2200 pixels) 2K+ 1-120Hz Samsung E7 AMOLED LTPO display, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision
  • 6.53-inch (2748 x 1172 pixels) FHD+ AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate
  • Octa Core Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 4nm Mobile Platform with Adreno 750 GPU
  • 16GB LPDDR5X RAM with 1TB UFS 4.0 storage
  • OriginOS 4 based on Android 14
  • Dual SIM
  • 50MP camera with OV50H sensor, OIS, Zeiss T* coating, V3 chip, 50MP ultra-wide camera, 64MP 3x periscope telephoto camera, OV64B sensor
  • 32MP front camera on the inside and outside
  • In-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor on the inside and outside, Infrared sensor
  • USB Type-C Audio, Stereo speakers
  • 5G SA/NSA, Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 7 802.11 be (2.4GHz and 5GHz), Bluetooth 5.4, GPS (L1 + L5 Dual band), NFC, USB Type-C
  • 5800mAh (typical) battery with 120W fast charging, 50W wireless charging, reverse wireless charging
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Vivo Pad and Vivo TWS 4

Besides the new foldable smartphone, Vivo will also launch its new Vivo Pad3 Pro with multiple improvements over its predecessor. As usual, the tablet’s focus is on productivity and performance. It will bring a huge 13-inch 3.1K Display with a 144 Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the tablet carries the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 SoC like the Vivo X100 Pro. It runs Origin OS 4 based on Android 14. The tablet will also pack an 11,500 mAh battery, and 8 speakers and will include support for Vivo Smart Keyboard 3 Pro, and Vivo Pencil2. For those unaware, the Dimensity 9300 is MediaTek’s high-end chipset with four ARM Cortex-X4 cores for extreme performance.

Vivo TWS 4

The company will also present the Vivo TWS 4 earbuds. They will feature the first ceramic tungsten acoustic diaphragm, which is considered a major “milestone for the TWS series”. It will offer support for 44db, ANC, AI Vocal enhancement, ambient sound transmission, and wind noise resistance.

The Vivo TWS 4 Hi-Fi version will feature the third-generation Qualcomm S3 Audio Platform. It supports 44ms low latency, AI fit detection, and weighs just 4.8 grams per bud. The earbuds are said to weigh just 4.8 grams per bud. They will come with 45 hours of total and 11 hours of standalone battery life.

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