Friday, March 24, 2023

Leaked Tecno Phantom V Fold Live Images, Potential February Launch

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The concept foldable smartphone Phantom Vision V from Tecno has made its debut. It features a rollable sliding screen. Although rollable display smartphones won’t be widely used for a while, Tecno is developing a conventional foldable phone that incorporates some of the Phantom Vision V’s design cues.

Live photos of the Tecno Phantom V Fold, the company’s future foldable smartphone, have been released by MySmartPrice. Additionally, the foldable device will go on sale worldwide on February 28 according to tipper Paras Guglani. India is also anticipated to host the device’s launch. Let’s examine its structure. Follow For More Updates at

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In the leaked live shots, the foldable phone is seen to be enclosed in a protective casing. The placement of the camera sensor is obvious despite the prototype case hiding the phone’s design.

Three cameras are mounted on the Phantom V Fold’s back. The recently unveiled concept foldable phone Phantom Vision V uses the same camera sensor architecture. By the camera lenses is an LED flash module.

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The size of the external display on the Tecno Phantom V Fold has not yet been revealed, although it has a hole-punch cutout in the top centre. Given that the display appears to be rather tall but not particularly wide, it is obvious that the gadget will fold like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold.

The foldable phone’s beige hinge is visible in the picture. Although it is important to note that this could be because the device has a protective cover on it, we can also see that it is rather thick. The device’s top also has a speaker grille, which is visible.

Unfortunately, the smartphone doesn’t have any other information. However, given that the device is anticipated to go on sale on February 28, more information about its specifications might soon surface.

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