Vivo X Fold2, the upcoming foldable smartphone from vivo, has been spotted on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and 12GB of RAM, providing further evidence of the device’s use of Qualcomm’s latest silicon. This marks the second benchmark sighting for the foldable top-tier smartphone, which is set to launch in China on April 20, alongside the X Flip and Pad 2. It is unclear whether the X Fold2 will be made available in other regions.

Image by vlogger Flypig who shot a video on the vivo X Fold2

In terms of specifications, the X Fold2 is expected to feature an 8.03-inch foldable E6 AMOLED screen on the inside and a 6.53-inch E6 AMOLED on the outside or cover, both with fingerprint scanners underneath. The device will boast a 50MP IMX866 primary camera and a pair of 12MP IMX663 sensors for ultrawide and 2x zoom, while two 32MP cameras will be available for selfies on each display.

The device will be powered by a 4,800mAh battery with support for 120W wired charging and 50W wireless charging. Additionally, vivo claims that the new foldable will be 10% lighter thanks to an updated hinge. The vivo X Fold2 has generated significant buzz among smartphone enthusiasts, and its upcoming release is highly anticipated.

Check out our reviews of the current best foldable phones on the market, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, its nemesis the Honor Magic Vs , and the smaller Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4.

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