Vivo X Fold 2 AnTuTu Listing: The chipset and some key specifications of the incoming Vivo X Fold 2 have appeared in a new AnTuTu listing. The X Fold 2 will be the successor of the Vivo X Fold foldable phone released by Vivo last year.
The listing on AnTuTu revealed the benchmark of the phone. This detail was shared by Mukul Sharma on Twitter and along with the benchmark, some specs of the upcoming foldable phone were also shared in the screenshot posted by Sharma.
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Vivo X Fold 2 leak & expected specs
According to the screenshot, the Vivo X Fold 2 will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 5G chipset. This is the latest premium chipset from Qualcomm used in lots of 2023 premium phones. The listing also showed that the phone has 12GB RAM and 512GB internal storage, and runs on Android 13 software.
The yet-to-be-released Vivo X Fold 2 has a score of 1,318,092 points on AnTuTu — which is currently higher than the highest-ranked Android smartphone on AnTuTu. The Nubia’s Red Magic 8 Pro+ with a score of 1,304,235 points currently tops Android smartphones on AnTuTu.
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As per previous leaks and rumors, the X Fold 2 is expected to have an 8-inch Samsung E6 AMOLED foldable display on the inside, with a 120Hz refresh rate at a 2K screen resolution. The 6.56-inch external display is said to feature an under-display fingerprint scanner, while the phone is expected to be powered by a 4,800mAh battery with 120W fast charging support.
Vivo foldable phones have been the best camera foldable phones for the past two years. The X Fold 2 is said to be coming with a triple rear camera with a 50MP Sony IMX866 sensor for the primary unit with OIS support, and two 12MP Sony IMX663 sensors for ultra-wide and telephoto units.
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There is no leak or rumor about the design but we expect the X Fold 2 to have a similar design as the X Fold and Vivo X Fold+. However, we expect to see a redesigned hinge that will be able to hold still in multiple positions like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4.