As a competitor to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold series, the Vivo X Fold 2 and Vivo X Flip are due to go on sale. As implied by the name, it will be the immediate successor to the original Vivo X Fold, and according to a recent AnTuTu listing, we now know some of its major specs.
The book-shaped foldable smartphone, code-named PD2266, uses the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU together with 12 GB of LPDDR5X Memory. We will once again be getting flagship-grade hardware with 512 GB of UFS 4.0 memory and a display with a 120Hz refresh rate. There will probably also be LTPO support.
The phone received an overall score of 1,318,092 in the benchmark tests, including scores of 288,246 for the CPU and 579,982 for the GPU. 256,004 was the memory score, while 193,860 was the UX score.
A 4,800 mAh battery with 120W wired and 50W wireless charging capabilities will reportedly be included in the upcoming Vivo X Fold2 smartphone. Also, it will use two 12MP IMX663 sensors for the ultrawide and zoom cameras in addition to a 50MP IMX866 primary camera.
The X Fold 2’s release date is unknown, although it is anticipated to be revealed in April along with Vivo’s X Flip, another folding gadget. According to leaks, the two foldables will debut in China first before expanding to the rest of the world a few months later. The two will likely cost more money on the global market as well.