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Interesting Facts About Virat Kohli Spotted Using An Unannounced Foldable Phone In India

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli has been spotted using a new foldable phone, a departure from his usual iPhone preference, sparking speculation about its imminent debut in India. The cricketer's choice of a Vivo-branded foldable device, possibly the Vivo X Fold+, has garnered attention, especially given his past endorsement deal with the Chinese tech giant.

Virat Kohli

The leaked images of Kohli's arrival in Chennai for the third ODI indicate his use of a Vivo foldable phone, likely the Mountain Blue variant of the X Fold+. Vivo previously unveiled its X Fold and X Fold+ models, hinting at the company's potential entry into India's foldable market.

With the increasing demand for foldable smartphones in India, all eyes are on Vivo as it may soon launch the X Fold+ in the country. Kohli's discreet usage of the device suggests that Vivo is preparing to make a splash in the foldable market segment.

Last year, Kohli teased Vivo's V25 model on his Twitter account before its official release, showcasing its unique color-changing back panel. This suggests a longstanding association between Kohli and Vivo, further fueling speculation about his latest choice of smartphone.

The Vivo X Fold+ boasts an innovative inward folding design akin to a book, featuring thin bezels and punch-hole cameras on both the cover and foldable screens. Its impressive specifications include an 8.03-inch 2K+ E5 AMOLED main screen, a 6.53-inch Full-HD+ E5 AMOLED cover display, and quad rear cameras led by a 50MP primary sensor with OIS.

Under the hood, the X Fold+ is powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC coupled with 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. It runs on Android 12-based OriginOS Ocean and packs a 4,730mAh battery supporting fast wired, wireless, and reverse wireless charging.

As Vivo gears up to potentially introduce its foldable phone in India, enthusiasts eagerly await further details about its features and availability in the market.