Vivo is gearing up to launch its latest foldable device, the Vivo X Flip. This device is rumored to have a vertical fold, similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip and Motorola Razr. Today a Vivo smartphone with model number “vivo V2256A” has passed through Geekbench 6, which has revealed some of its key specifications. According to sources, the alleged model number belongs to Vivo X Flip.
Vivo X Flip will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, with a lower peak frequency than the standard version. The listed model has a maximum frequency of 3.0GHz, which is lower than the 3.2GHz frequency of the standard Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. The chipset in the listed model has 1x 3.0GHz Super Core, 3x 2.5GHz Performance Cores, and 4x 1.8GHz Energy-efficient Cores. In addition, the device will have 12 GB of RAM.
Despite the under-clocked chipset, the Vivo X Flip has scored a respectable 1,695 points on Single-Core and 4,338 points on Multi-Core in the Geekbench benchmark. It is expected that the retail device’s chipset might have the same frequency as the standard Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset.
The Vivo X Flip is expected to have a 6.8 inches OLED Centered Single Punch-Hole Display with Full-HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Additionally, there will be a small, square-shaped secondary screen on the backside for notifications and other basic operations like changing music. On the camera front, the device will feature a 50MP Sony IMX866 primary lens and a 12MP Sony IMX663 lens in the display’s punch-hole. The device will also come with a 4400mAh battery cell that supports 44W fast charging and a side fingerprint scanner.
There is no official news regarding the launch date of the Vivo X Flip yet. Still, if the rumors are true, the Vivo X Flip could be a strong contender in the foldable smartphone market, offering users a sleek and innovative device with top-of-the-line features.