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Upcoming Vivo X Flip Smartphone Receives China’s 3C Certification: Here’s More About it

Vivo’s upcoming flip phone, the Vivo X Flip has now received the 3C certification from China. The smartphone will support a 44W fast charge feature.

Vivo X Flip Receives 3C Certification

The Vivo X Flip smartphone with model number V2256A has appeared on the 3C certification website of China with a certificate number 2023011606530107. Previously there were rumors about the smartphone supporting a 44W fast charger feature which has now been confirmed with the 3C certification.

As you might have noticed in the certification, the 11VDC 4A charge rate which the smartphone has, confirms that the device will support the Flashcharge 2.0 adapter from Vivo which has in turn concluded that the device will come with a 44W fast charging capability.

Previously the smartphone had also appeared on the GeekBench listing which indicated that the device could possibly come equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and will also operate on the Android 13-based custom UI out of the box.

All these certifications further confirm that the device will have its official launch very soon.

Let’s also look at the expected specifications of the Vivo X Flip smartphone

The Vivo X Flip smartphone as mentioned earlier is expected to come equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset from Qualcomm and will have a primary clock speed of 3.0 GHz. The device will also run on the Android 13-based Funtouch OS custom user interface

The flip phone might also have a Full HD+ OLED display with a screen size of 6.8 inches and a refresh rate of 120Hz. On its rear panel, reports also reveal that it will have a square-shaped cover display.

The upcoming smartphone, on its rear, as per what we know, will also have a circular camera module which will house its rear cameras. The smartphone will have a dual camera setup with a 50MP main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide camera.

The smartphone might also have a 4400 mAh battery which as per the 3C listing has been confirmed to support a 44W fast charge feature.



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