Concept renders have not gotten us far when it comes to actual products, but they’re all we have to go on for the moment when it comes to vivo’s upstart sub-brand, iQOO.

Social accounts were officially launched just this week, but we haven’t seen anything closely resembling a phone just yet — just a promise that it will deliver to “the most discerning and demanding demographic with the highest expectations of mobile phone performance.”

Does that mean a foldable phone? A Weibo tech blogger has posted renders of an iQOO foldable device — which has the same cityscape background that appears on every piece of media the company has touched so far, so be skeptical — along with one photo of a TV in a conference room display one of the renders.

Stay curious and stay tuned. We’ll have to see where the brand goes.

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