A few months before, it was reported that Vivo was working on its upcoming foldable phone, which would be vertically foldable just like Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip and Motorola Razr. The device is expected to be named: Vivo X Flip. Today, it got leaked through a benchmark site.
This morning, a new device from Vivo carrying the following model number “vivo V2256A” appeared on the Geekbench site. As per sources, the device belongs to the upcoming Vivo X Flip, and the benchmark results have revealed the device’s chipset, RAM capacity, and benchmark scores.
As reported through sources, the chipset is the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 with a lower peak frequency. The peak frequency of the standard Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chipset is 3.2GHz at Cortex-X2 Super Core, while the chipset (used in the listed model) has a max 3.0GHz frequency.
The listed model’s chipset has the following specifications: 1x 3.0GHz Super Core, 3x 2.5GHz Performance Cores, and 4x 1.8GHz Energy-efficient Cores. The expected Vivo X Flip is also equipped with 12 Gigs of RAM.
Regarding performance, the Vivo’s new foldable device has scored 1,695 points on Single-Core and 4,338 points on Multi-Core which seems an acceptable score because the chipset is under-clocked. Further, it is expected that the retail device’s chipset might have the same frequency as in the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 standard.
As per sources, the all-new Vivo X Flip is expected to feature a 6.8 inches OLED Centered Single Punch-Hole Display with Full-HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. On the backside, there would be a small, square-shaped secondary screen for notifications and other basic operations like changing music.
On the camera side, we have a 50MP Sony IMX866 lens as a primary lens and a 12MP Sony IMX663 lens in the display’s punch-hole. Regarding the battery, the Vivo X Flip would feature a 4400mAh battery cell and support 44W fast charging. In addition, the device will also feature a side fingerprint scanner.
At the moment, there is no news regarding the launch of the Vivo X Flip.