TECNO Phantom V Fold manufacturing starts, launch date and price revealed

In keeping with its dedication to the “Made in India” initiative, the Chinese phone manufacturer TECNO today announced that production of the Phantom V Fold has started in India. It will be produced in TECNO’s Noida factory, which can produce 24 million phones annually

TECNO Phantom V Fold teaser

The company also disclosed that the Phantom V Fold will debut in India on April 11 and go on sale early on Amazon on April 12. In India, it will be available for INR77,777 ($945/€870/₱51,496.70), although this price is only valid for limited stock, it is still in a decent price-range.

TECNO Phantom V Fold

The Phantom V Fold is TECNO’s first foldable smartphone, and it has the Dimensity 9000+ SoC with 12GB RAM and up to 512GB of storage. Its FullHD+ cover display measures 6.42″ diagonally, while the foldable screen has a 7.85″ diagonal with a 2,296×2,000-pixel resolution. Both are LTPO-type panels with a 120Hz screen refresh rate and 1,100 nits peak brightness.

The TECNO Phantom V Fold packs a 5,000 mAh battery with 45W charging support and comes with five cameras – three on the back (50MP primary + 50MP telephoto + 13MP ultrawide), one on the inside (16MP selfie), and one on the cover display (32MP selfie). However, the Phantom V Fold doesn’t feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. It has a side-mounted solution instead and even so, the foldable’s specs is nothing to scoff at.



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