vivo’s next foldable, called vivo X Fold 2, appeared today on benchmarking service AnTuTu. As usual, the most important hardware details and the performance data of the smartphone came to light. The vivo smartphone showed up on AnTuTu with the model number PD2266. Under the hood of the test device was a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with 12 GB of LPDDR5X RAM. There was also 512 GB of UFS 4.0 storage and a 120 Hz display.
The vivo X Fold 2 scored 1,318,092 overall, with a CPU score of 288,246, a GPU score of 579,982, a memory score of 256,004, and a UX score of 193,860. As usual with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, the integrated Adreno 740 graphics chip delivered a very strong performance.
According to previous rumors, the vivo X Fold 2 will come with a 4,800 mAh battery that charges with a fast 120 watts via cable and with a still respectable 50 watts wirelessly. The 50 megapixel main camera is based on a Sony IMX866 chip. There are also two 12-megapixel IMX663 sensors for the ultra-wide and zoom cameras. An exact launch date for the Fold 2 is not yet known. However, it’s quite likely that the new foldable will be launched alongside the vivo X flip phone sometime in April.