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In a new video, the Vivo X Fold2 shows that it is surprisingly simple to disassemble and reassemble

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Photo Credit: GSMArena.com The Vivo X Fold2 is most likely the most expensive new foldable smartphone in the world, with a starting price of well over US $1,000. It is also the first of its kind to combine 50W wireless charging and 120W cable charging in such a small, lightweight package. However, a recent online tear-down indicates that it should be at least fairly simple to remedy. Motorola is reportedly planning to make foldable smartphones more inexpensive in 2023, but the Vivo X Fold2 is undoubtedly not included in that effort. It has followed in the footsteps of its predecessor, carrying a premium price tag in China of at least 8,999 yuan ($1,307). In a recent video, the teardown expert channel WekiHome set out to discover where all that money goes. Vivo X Fold2 teardown video surfaces online revealing the foldable's  internals - Gizmochina Photo Credit: Gizmochina The footage demonstrates, some of it went into making the Vivo X Fold2's internals reasonably accessible, with a build that isn't all that harder to open and dissect than the typical flagship smartphone that isn't foldable. In certain situations, the device even had colored screws. Its top-end components also used a lot of copper, graphite, and thermal paste. In addition to its Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and V2 chip for its triple Zeiss-lens rear cameras, WekiHome confirmed the presence of LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage chips. Additionally, the X Fold2 has two batteries with a combined rated capacity of 4,800mAh and an improved hinge that weighs 10.9 grams (g) less than the model it replaces. Also Read: New ultra-thin foldable device Vivo X Fold2 debuts to compete with Mate X3 and Galaxy Z Fold4 The X Fold2 was able to be put back together despite having extra internal components, probably in part because of the steel bracing for its sizable 2K AMOLED primary screen. In light of this, even while flexible display technology may now be impractical in other respects, the most recent Vivo folding flagship could be a step toward its mainstream acceptance.

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