The Vivo X Fold 2 is scheduled to be released later this month. The manufacturer has stated that they will be releasing their new foldable phone in the month of April; but, as this article is being written, the specific launch date information remains a mystery.
Vivo has provided a teaser image of the phone’s rear panel design in addition to a few additional details. The foldable smartphone will make its debut as the successor to the Vivo X Fold+, which was introduced in China the previous year.
Everything you need to know about Vivo X Fold 2
The rumoured display size for the Vivo X Fold 2 is 8.03 inches for an E6 AMOLED panel. The foldable display will probably be able to sustain a refresh rate of 120Hz and a resolution of 2,160×1,916 pixels. The photographs that have been released suggest that it will also provide a peak brightness of 1,800 nits.
The exterior of the foldable phone will be covered by an E6 AMOLED screen that measures 6.53 inches and has a peak brightness of 1,600 nits. The resolution will be 2,520×1,080 pixels, and it will support a refresh rate of 120 hertz.
At the core of the future foldable smartphone from Vivo will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 system-on-chip (SoC). The memory on the device will be LPDDR5X, and the storage will be UFS 4.0. In contrast to this, the battery capacity of the Vivo X Fold 2 is expected to be 4,800mAh. The foldable smartphone will support rapid charging at 120W and will also be able to charge wirelessly at 50W.
The rear of the Vivo X Fold 2 will be equipped with not one, not two, but three cameras. The Sony IMX633 sensor with functionality for optical image stabilization (OIS) is rumoured to be included in the device, which has a megapixel count of 50. It will come with a 12MP Sony IMX663 ultra-wide lens as well as a 12MP Sony IMX663 telephoto lens.