Vivo is getting ready to release its next-generation foldable smartphone, the Vivo X Fold 2, along with two other gadgets, the Vivo X Flip and the Vivo Pad 2, in market around the end of this month. According to information obtained from a Chinese source known as Digital Chat Station, the upcoming Vivo X Fold 2 will be outfitted with a number of outstanding features that are certain to excite people who are passionate about technology.
A foldable AMOLED E6 screen with dimensions of 8.03 inches and a pixel count of 2160 by 1916 will be included in the next Vivo X Fold 2 smartphone. This foldable screen will also have a refresh rate of 120Hz and a peak brightness of 1800 nits when it is released. In addition, the smartphone will have a cover screen that is an AMOLED E6 display measuring 6.53 inches and having a resolution of 2520 by 1080 pixels, a refresh rate of 120 hertz, and a maximum brightness of 1600 nits.
Together with LPDDR5x RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset will serve as the Vivo X Fold 2’s primary source of computing power. In terms of storage, it is anticipated that the gadget will come with 12 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM) and 512 gigabytes of internal storage.
According to recent rumours, the Vivo X Fold 2 will use Android 13 along with OriginOS. Additionally, it is anticipated that the foldable phone would include a battery with a capacity of 4800 mAh and will enable both wired charging at 120W and wireless charging at 50W.
An impressive camera setup will be featured on the rear of the Vivo X Fold 2, according to earlier sources. This setup will include a 50MP IMX866 main sensor, a 12MP IMX663 ultra-wide lens, and another 12MP IMX663 telephoto camera. It is expected that the gadget will continue to contain a selfie camera with a resolution of 16 megapixels, as was seen on the Vivo X Fold Plus, as well as another camera with the same resolution located on the cover screen. The handset will also be equipped with the Vivo V2 Image Signal Processor (ISP), which will allow for improved photography and filmmaking capabilities.