Vivo X Flip Appears on Geekbench

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The news of the day is hotter than a fresh pizza out of the oven! It seems that Vivo is getting ready to join the likes of Samsung and Huawei in the foldable smartphone game. That’s right, you heard it correctly – foldable phones are officially a thing now!

Can you imagine the possibilities? No more boring rectangular screens, no more pesky cracks on the screen from accidental drops, and no more bulky phones taking up half your pocket space. With foldable phones, you get the best of both worlds – a big screen when you need it and a compact phone when you don’t.

Vivo X Flip runs on 12GB of RAM

GSMArena reveals that Vivo X Flip has appeared on Geekbench, and there are plenty of reasons for he fans of the Chinese company to be optimistic.

The upcoming Vivo X Flip is set to make waves in the smartphone industry with its sleek design and impressive performance. This foldable smartphone runs on Android 13 straight out of the box.

In terms of performance, the Vivo X Flip has hit some impressive scores on Geekbench. It has a single-core score of 1695, which indicates that the phone can handle complex tasks with ease. The multi-core score of 4338 is equally impressive, indicating that the phone can handle multiple tasks at once without slowing down.

The Vivo X Flip will also come equipped with a massive 12GB of RAM, ensuring that users can run multiple apps and tasks without experiencing any lag or slowdown. This high amount of RAM is not common in most smartphones and is a testament to the phone’s impressive performance capabilities.

In addition to the software and RAM, the Vivo X Flip is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, according to the recent benchmarking results. This confirms previous rumors that have been circulating about the phone’s powerful processing capabilities.

Cristian Antonescu
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