The vivo X Fold2 already showed a strong performance at AnTuTu a few weeks ago. Now the upcoming foldable with the same Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and 12 GB RAM has also been tested on Geekbench. This time, however, the performance was a little less spectacular. In the Geekbench benchmark test, the Fold 2 only managed 1,809 single-core and 5,050 multi-core points. Comparable SD 8 Gen 2 phones are usually around 2,000 points in the single-core tests and deliver up to 5,400 points in the multi-core tests.
The vivo X Fold 2 will launch in China on April 20th along with the vivo X Flip and vivo Pad 2. So far, however, there is no information as to whether the Chinese will also sell the new vivo smartphones and the tablet internationally. According to the rumors so far, the X Fold 2 is expected to be based on a foldable 8.03-inch E6 AMOLED display on the inside and a second 6.53-inch E6 AMOLED panel on the outside. Both displays have built-in fingerprint sensors.
Leading the vivo X Fold 2’s camera setup is a 50-megapixel Sony IMX866 wide camera. There are also two 12 megapixel IMX663 sensors for the ultra wide and the 2x telephoto camera. Both displays have a 32-megapixel front camera for selfies. The battery has a capacity of 4,800 mAh and charges per cable with a fast 120 watts. Wirelessly, 50 watts still end up in the battery. Finally, vivo says the new foldable will be 10% lighter thanks to an updated hinge.