Consumers who are looking for a foldable device that isn't from Samsung or Motorola now have another option-that is, if the device successfully makes it out of China.

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo has launched the new Vivo X Fold+, a minor upgrade to the Vivo X Fold the company launched earlier this year. The new foldable device appears to have better specs compared to Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 4, but is cheaper than the more mainstream device, Sammobile noted.

The new foldable is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, which features eight computing cores: one 3.19GHz Cortex-X2, three 2.75GHz Cortex-A710, and four 2.0GHz Cortex-A510. This processor is backed by an Adreno 730 GPU and 12GB of RAM. It comes in 256GB and 512GB models.

The Vivo X Fold+'s foldable LTO AMOLED display measures 8.03 inches and has about 88% screen-to-body ratio, meaning the bezels are quite slim. It has 1,916 x 2,160 resolution and about 360 pixels per inch (ppi) of pixel density. This display features HDR10+, has a 120Hz refresh rate, and has Ultra Thin Glass made by Schott.

Outside, the device has a 6.53-inch AMOLED display with 1,080 x 2,520 FHD+ resolution. This display also has a 120Hz refresh rate.

The foldable phone features two selfie cameras, one at the top of the outer display and another inside, at the top of the foldable display. Both are 16MP cameras, perfect for photos or video calls with family, friends or colleagues. Both selfie cameras, however, are limited to 1080p video.

At the back of the Vivo X Fold+ rests a slew of powerful cameras. There's a 50MP (ISOCELL GN1/1.57-inch) primary camera, a 48MP 0.5-inch ultrawide camera, a 12MP 2x zoom telephoto camera and an 8MP 5x periscope camera. The primary, ultrawide and 2x telephoto cameras are capable of recording 4K 60fps video, but the 5x periscope is limited to 1080p videos.

The Vivo X Fold+ has a 4,730mAh battery, which is 330mAh bigger than the one on the Galaxy Z Fold 4. This battery can go from zero to 100% in 35 minutes when charged with an 80W charger. It can also top up using a 50W wireless charging pad. It also features reverse wireless charging (10W), allowing users to charge other devices as well.

The new foldable features OriginOS Ocean, which is based on Android 12. It features ultrasonic fingerprint readers, stereo speakers, and has a USB Type-C 3.2 port.

The Vivo X Fold+ is available in China for CNY 9,999, or $1,415-around $200 cheaper than Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 4. However, It is only available in China.