Vivo launches its T2X with a massive battery and Dimensity 1300 SoC

Anything arriving early feels so good. Whether it’s your online order, your food while waiting at an outlet, or the latest launches from your favourite brands. So, keeping with this, Vivo has unveiled its latest mid-range smartphone- Vivo T2X in its homeland China.

The smartphone was first rumoured to be launched on June 6, 2022, alongside its Vanilla variant-Vivo T2. However, Christmas came early and the brand unveiled the T2X model in China quietly. So here are all the amazing specs and price details that the smartphone has to offer.

Vivo T2X launched in China: Specs and features

Let’s first talk about the processor that Vivo has placed in the core of this device. The Vivo T2X features the latest MediaTek’s SoC: the MediaTek Dimensity 1300 processor. The processor is made up of the TSMC’s class-leading 6nm node to deliver exceptional power efficiency. Also, if you’re a gaming geek, then this is definitely the one for you. With exceptional performance specs, ut has the power to provide high-scale performance for casual mobile gaming. Furthermore, the Dimensity 1300 SoC comes paired with an 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and up to 256GB of UFS 3.1 enhanced storage to deliver blazingly fast read and write memory speeds.

Talking about the display specs, the smartphone comes equipped with a 6.58-inches IPS LCD display paired with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The device makes sure that the device doesn’t lag while the user can swipe all the functions smoothly. The LCD panel also features a 240Hz touch sampling rate with DC Dimming, DCI-P3 colour space coverage, and a peak brightness of 650 nits. This gives the user accessibility to use the device on as low as 1 nit even when they are using it in a dark environment.

Endurance-wise, the Vivo T2x is packing one of the largest batteries in the mid-range segment. The device features a 6000mAh unit power, that Vivo claims to deliver up to 20 hours of continuous video playback. Additionally, the device also comes with 44W fast-charging support. The company also claims that the phone can be charged 0%-50% in just 35 minutes. Furthermore, the smartphone also supports 6W reverse charging, making it easy for the users to charge their other devices as well, like your Type-C wireless earphones.

Vivo T2X launched in China: Specs and features

Coming to the optics, Vivo T2X features a dual-camera configuration at the back. It has a 50MP primary lens paired with the support of a 2MP macro lens setup. Also, the device comes equipped with a brand-new linear axis vibration motor, giving it more flagship feel on the side. (Vivo has not specified whether it is a Z-axis or X-axis motor). Coming to the front, the waterdrop notch houses a 16MP front camera lens for selfies and video.

Talking about the design of the smartphone, it has a matte finish, made with AG Glass Technology. The Vivo T2x also comes in two gorgeous colour options: Mist Blue and Mirror Black.

As for the connectivity, the phone supports 5G, 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, etc. Some additional features on the phone include a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and supports for AI face unlock as well.

Vivo T2X launched in China: Price and availability

Currently, the Vivo T2x is priced at 1699 RMB (254 USD) for the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant and 1899 RMB (284 USD) for the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant. Vivo is also launching a pre-order discount for the users, where they can get an 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant for 1500 RMB (239 USD) and the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant for 1799 RMB (269 USD).

The Vivo T2x has been officially launched in China today May 29th via the Chinese e-commerce platform,, and the device is planned to start shipping out to customers starting from June 12th onwards.

Realme did launch its T1 series in India, but the specs were quite distinct from the Chinese variant. So we can expect T2X to soon launch in India with some improved and different features.

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