vivo X Fold3 Pro's India launch date revealed

Sagar, 21 May 2024

The vivo X Fold3 Pro, unveiled in March and currently exclusive to China, will launch in India soon, making it vivo's first foldable smartphone to escape the brand's home country.

vivo X Fold3 Pro's India launch date revealed

vivo's Indian branch is teasing the X Fold3 Pro as "Coming Soon" without mentioning the launch date in its campaign. However, the footnotes on the promo page set up by vivo on its official Indian website reveal that the smartphone will debut in India on June 6, 2024.

vivo X Fold3 Pro's India launch date revealed

The vivo X Fold3 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC and comes with 16GB RAM and up to 1TB storage. The smartphone runs Android 14-based OriginOS 4 in China, but the Indian model will likely boot FuntouchOS 14 since the former is China-exclusive.

The X Fold3 Pro's 2,220p 120Hz LTPO AMOLED foldable display measures 8.03" diagonally, while the 120Hz cover AMOLED display of 1,172p resolution has a 6.53" diagonal. Both the screens house 32MP selfie cameras and in-display fingerprint scanners.

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vivo X Fold3 Pro

The vivo X Fold3 Pro sports a 50MP primary camera on the rear, joined by a 50MP ultrawide and a 64MP periscope telephoto unit. The smartphone packs a 5,700 mAh battery with 100W wired and 50W wireless charging support and has an IPX8 rating.

vivo also unveiled the X Fold3 in March, but we are yet to get an official confirmation of its debut in India. You can check the detailed specs comparison of the X Fold3 and X Fold3 Pro here.


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 23 May 2024
  • 7Pk

It's actually quite the opposite, i had samsung devices for 10 years and the user and software experience have been really bad recently, im considering selling my S22 phone and Galaxy tab s to get the new vivo pad pro 3 and the X fold 3 pro, the...

man I thought the Ultra would have variable aperture and so I waited and now I feel kinda d*mb. I'm gonna wait for a Vivo with a variable aperture on the main cam, I'll go for it then, I can wait. Wouldn't be too big of an upgrade othe...

Give it a try man. Ngl I prefer FuntouchOS over OriginOS due to it's UI that close to stock Android, but many people also say that OriginOS is good. So, just go ahead lol.

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