Yesterday saw the debut of the vivo X Fold2 in China and we already have a teardown video that shows out the components of the new device. Chinese bloggers WekiHome shared a detailed disassembly video of the X Fold2.
The nearly 12-minute video also includes some camera samples and benchmark tests of the latest vivo foldable. Seeing the inside workings of a foldable phone is always interesting and we can see a detailed breakdown of the phone’s new hinge mechanism at the 7:30 mark.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset performed great under sustained stress and its large copper alloy VC sink certainly helps in that regard. A full charge took 27 minutes and the phone hit a peak charging speed of 108W.
Anyway, check out the full video below and remember to enable closed captions and auto-translate to your language of choice if you’re not fluent in Chinese.
Exactly. It is possible to fold a phone in half, have literal stylus in the phone but no space for creature comforts.
in the meantime there are somebody complain about no hp jack on foldables.. which do not make sense and impossible to do it right.