Vivo, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, is rumored to be working on a new foldable Android smartphone that may be released as the Vivo X Flip. This device will reportedly feature a modern clamshell form factor, making it Vivo’s first phone to adopt this design. We talked about a previous leak.
Vivo X Flip visits Geekbench
One of the standout features of the Vivo X Flip visits Geekbench with expected to be its main display, which will supposedly feature a high-refresh-rate and a resolution of 120Hz refresh rate with FHD+ resolution. This is similar to the display found on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4. The main screen is rumored to be 6.8 inches of OLED panel display and a center-mounted punch-hole selfie camera.
On Geekbench, it score 1682 on single-core and 4,338 on multi-core score.
Leak suggested the display is to be 682p and roughly the same size and shape as that of the OPPO Find N2 Flip. The cover display will likely be used to display notifications, incoming calls, and other information when the phone is closed.
The X Flip is also rumored to feature a dual rear camera setup, which will be housed in a round camera bump along with the cover display. The camera setup will reportedly consist of a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor primary camera that paired with a newer IMX663 sensor of 12MP secondary camera.
One of the most important aspects of any smartphone is its battery life, and the Vivo X Flip visits Geekbench with a 4,400mAh battery and a 44W fast wired charger. It is powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, that runs on Android 13 OS.
It’s worth noting that these leaks are just rumors at this point, and Vivo has not confirmed any details about the X Flip.