Vivo X Fold+ AnTuTu score indicates high-performance; Note for 12GB RAM, 512GB storage feature

Vivo X Fold+ AnTuTu Scores Hints at High-Performance; Tipped to Feature 12GB RAM, 512GB Storage

The Vivo X Fold+ AnTuTu scores are out and the smartphone’s performance is said to be the highest among the foldable offerings available today. Thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, it scores well on benchmarking tests. The development comes hours after a company executive was reported to have teased that the smartphone would be powered by the flagship SoC. In fact, several reports in the past had suggested the latest Qualcomm SoC to power the company’s upcoming foldable handset. It is likely to launch in China on September 26.

As per the listing on the benchmarking website, the AnTuTu score of the smartphone with model number V2229A – Vivo X Fold+ is – 11,00,438 (Overall), 2,60,666 (CPU score) and 4,70,982 (GPU score). It was powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC paired with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. The phone runs on Android 12.

Recently, Vivo Vice President Jia Jingdong posted on Weibo that the Vivo X Fold+ 5G foldable smartphone will feature a 120Hz refresh rate and ultrasonic screen fingerprint sensors in both the internal and external screens. He confirmed that the handset will get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC under the hood. The executive claimed that the phone’s hinge has passed the company’s folding test 300,000 times with certification from TÜV Rheinland.

As far as the camera is concerned, the Vivo X Fold+ 5G will come with an imaging system and algorithms jointly developed by Vivo and Zeiss. This phone can be launched in Red and Blue color options.

According to concept designer Ben Geskin, the Vivo X Fold+ 5G display has received 19 DisplayMate A+ certifications, the cameras will get a Zeiss T* coating to optimize light efficiency, and the phone packs a 4,730mAh battery with 80W wired and 50W wireless charging. .

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