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vivo X Fold 2: Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and 120 watt charging

vivo's marketing department is gearing up to launch the vivo X Fold 2, apparently with a couple of press releases being lost.
vivo X Fold 2

The vivo X Fold 2 is set for an official launch later this month. Accordingly, vivo’s marketing department is also preparing for the launch, and on the way a few press releases were apparently lost. The features advertised in the photos have already been revealed by previous leaks, including the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and 120W fast charging.

The internal E6 AMOLED display of the vivo X Fold 2 measures 8.03 inches, supports a refresh rate of 120 Hz and offers a resolution of almost square 2,160 x 1,916 pixels. According to vivo, the brightness should be extremely high at 1,800 nits, even if this number probably refers to the peak brightness.

The cover display of the vivo X Fold 2 is also based on Samsung’s E6 technology. The resolution is 1080p and the diagonal is 6.53 inches. But with the narrow form factor typical of foldable cover displays. The refresh rate is also 120 Hz. The latest leak also revealed that both panels will have under-display fingerprint sensors. That’s non less than a first time in the foldable world.

Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, LPDDR5X, UFS 4.0

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 works together in the vivo X Fold 2 with LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. This means that the currently fastest storage technologies are installed, but the storage combinations are not yet known. The SD 8 Gen 2 has a 35% faster CPU and 25% faster GPU and offers Wi-Fi 7 connections. As usual with vivo’s flagships, the image processing is done by the in-house image processor vivo V2 ISP.

The battery capacity of the vivo X Fold2 is 4,800 mAh. Charging speeds reach no less than 120 watts wired and 50 watts wireless. The new model thus has both more capacity and higher charging speeds compared to its direct predecessor. And the vivo X Fold+ was already well equipped with 4,730 mAh and 80 watts charging. Nevertheless, according to vivo, the new foldable should be 10% lighter thanks to a revised hinge.

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