Earlier reports suggested that Vivo has been developing a flip folding phone similar to the Galaxy Z Flip and Moto Razr. However, recent rumors now indicate that the company is planning to launch another folding device, a successor to the Vivo X Fold+.
Today, a new Vivo device with the model number PD2266 appeared on the AnTuTu benchmark website. According to AnTuTu’s representatives, this device is the Vivo X Fold2, Vivo’s forthcoming foldable flagship. The benchmark listing reveals the performance scores and basic specifications of the device.
The Vivo X Fold2 is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset and has achieved a total score of 1,318,092 points. This includes a CPU score of 288,246 points, a GPU (Adreno 740) score of 579,982 points, a MEM (LPDDR5x + UFS 4.0) score of 256,004 points, and a UX score of 193,860 points.
In terms of performance, the anticipated Vivo X Fold2 has demonstrated results comparable to other models powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset. This processor is built using TSMC’s latest 4nm manufacturing process and consists of the following cores: 1x Cortex-X3 Super Core (running at 3.2GHz), 2x Cortex-A715 and Cortex-A710 Performance Cores (running at 2.8GHz), and 3x Cortex-A510 Energy-efficient Cores (running at 2.0GHz).
The AnTuTu benchmark listing features a model with 12GB of LPDDR5x RAM and 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage, which could be the maximum storage option available for this device. The benchmark also indicates that the Vivo X Fold2 runs on the latest Android 13 OS.
Details about the new Vivo X Fold2 are limited; however, some sources suggest that it will have a 2K resolution inner display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Both the internal and external displays are expected to be equipped with an ultrasonic under-screen fingerprint scanner.
As for the battery, the Vivo X Fold2 is anticipated to include a 4800mAh dual-cell battery, along with 120W wired and 50W wireless charging support. In terms of the camera setup, the primary rear camera is said to be a 50MP Sony IMX866 sensor (with OIS support), accompanied by two 12MP Sony IMX663 sensors for ultra-wide and telephoto shots.
Currently, there is no information available about the launch of Vivo’s upcoming foldable devices.