The Vivo X Fold+ benchmark score is currently on AnTuTu proving that the launch of this device is around the corner. Not only did this foldable device’s benchmark score pop up on the platform, but also a bit about its specifications. This device will proceed to carry as the second foldable device from the BBK subsidiary.
There are some notable upgrades that this device makes from the company’s previous foldable smartphone. One which plays a vital role in the benchmark score of this device is its processor. The coming foldable device from Vivo will make use of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, as against the 8 Gen 1 processor present on the Vivo X Fold. By upgrading this processor, the BBK subsidiary also kicked up the benchmark score of their coming foldable to 1,100,438 from 1,007,406 on the Fold X.
Asides from the upgrade in the processor, this foldable device will also step up its battery capacity and charging speed. For its battery, the Vivo X Fold+ will launch with a 4730mAh battery as against the 4600mAh on the previous model. Charging speed will also step up From 50W on the first Vivo foldable to 80W on their coming foldable. The company also promises to add a new red colour option that will be available on their new foldable smartphone.
Asides from these changes, they will be no other change with the coming Vivo X Fold+ as other things might stay the same. The screen size, refresh rate, fingerprint readers, and so on will not get any upgrade from what is available on the previous model. The launch date and pricing of this coming foldable device will be made available by Vivo in the coming weeks.