More confirmed vivo X Fold2 specs: – Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, 120W charging
The vivo X Fold2 is due out this month, and presentation slides, presumably aimed at sellers, have leaked online. The main features listed in the photos have already been revealed in previous leaks, including the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and 120W charging.
The vivo X Fold2’s internal E6 AMOLED display will measure 8.03 inches, support a 120Hz refresh rate, and offer a resolution of 2160 x 1916 pixels. According to vivo, the brightness will reach 1800 nits, which is extremely high, although this number probably refers to the maximum brightness.
The cover screen will have another E6 panel from Samsung, but the diagonal is 6.53 inches and it will look tall and have 1080p resolution. The refresh rate will again be 120Hz. We already know that both panels will have a fingerprint scanner underneath for the first time in the foldable world.
The Qualcomm chipset will have LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, although there’s no information on the actual memory combinations. The new chipset is said to have a 35% faster CPU and 25% better GPU and will be Wi-Fi 7 ready. The smartphone will also come with the vivo ISP V2.
The battery capacity of the vivo X Fold2 will be 4,800mAh with 120W wired and 50W wireless charging support. This is an incredible achievement as the charging capacity and speed are an improvement over the previous generation yet vivo says the new foldable will be 10% lighter thanks to an updated hinge.
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