There is reason to assume that a phone with the model number V2240 has appeared in the Geekbench 5 database and is the T2 that will go on sale in India on April 11. (Tuesday).
Once more, this vivo T2 is distinct from the model that was supposed to debut in China before encountering numerous delays. This one will be less powerful and use a chipset code-named “Holi” that Qualcomm appears to be using for both the Snapdragon 695 and Snapdragon 480.
Both chips aren’t extremely strong, however the 695 has A78 cores rather than A76. This is the Snapdragon 695, based on the single-core result; smartphones using this chip typically score 600–700 on Geekbench 5, while older large CPUs like the 480 typically score in the 500–600 range. Both chips are not speed demons, to reiterate. Regardless, this particular device had 6GB of RAM, albeit there might be more variations.
Both the vivo T2 and the T2x will, according to information provided by Flipkart thus far, offer FHD+ AMOLED screens with 1,300 nits of maximum brightness, 360Hz touch sampling rates, and high refresh rates (likely 120Hz, but an exact number isn’t given). On April 7, 9, and 11, additional information will be released leading up to the complete reveal.