Vivo X Fold 2 Specification Tipped: To be First Foldable With Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

The foldable market is heating up in 2023, recently, OPPO globally launched Find N2 Flip on February 15, 2023, and as the tip of new options, it is believed that Vivo will first launch a foldable in its Vivo X fold 2 with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.

The Vivo X Fold 2, the alleged successor for the Vivo X Fold, was said to be launched last year. At the same time, Vivo is yet to disclose the plan to launch the new foldable handset. On the other hand, some bloggers have now leaked details of the specifications of the big foldable phones, which could be the first foldable phone to date with Qualcomm’s most powerful smartphone chipset.

Remember, the company launched its first foldable phone, Vivo X Fold Premium Hardware, such as Snapdragon 8 General 1 Soco, Beef 4600mAh battery, and 8.03-inch foldable AMOLED display. Now, the upcoming Vivo X Fold 2 is tipped to launch in the coming months.

Next to the launch, some details about the upcoming foldable phone from Tipstar have been leaked online. The latest leaks reveal the camera, battery, and SOC space of foldable phones. Let’s take a look at the known Vivo X Fold 2 specifications, features, and other details so far.

Vivo X Fold 2 Processor:

According to the Digital Chat Station, the Vivo X Fold 2 can be operated by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SOC under the hood, making it the first foldable smartphone to be operated by this chipset. 

Vivo X Fold 2 Battery:

Meanwhile, the tipster also claims that the VIVO X Fold 2 will be equipped with a two 2,340mAh battery, which will have a total capacity of 4,800mAh. The phone will support 120W with flash charging – 200 mAh and 70 mAh upgrade ex-fold and X fold plus ‘battery,’ respectively.

Vivo X Fold 2 Camera:

A tipster leaked camera details of the alleged Vivo X Fold 2 on Twitter. The successor of Vivo X folds launched last April can pack with triple cameras, including 50MP IMX 866 Men 1/1.49 “, 12MP IMX 663 ultra-wide, and 12MP IMX 663 telephoto camera.

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