It’s here. Vivo has kept its word launching the Vivo V21e 5G smartphone in India that it earlier teased. This is a different version than Vivo V21e (4G). Here are the specifications that the 5G smartphone offers on-board.
The Vivo V21e 5G brings on-board a MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC under the hood which is different from the Snapdragon 720G as seen in the 4G variant. The phone arrives with an 8GB+128GB UFS 2.1 storage option along with a microSD card slot where you are using a shared SIM slot to extend the storage capacity.
There’s a 6.44-inch 60Hz AMOLED display with 1080×2400 pixels resolution which is the same as its 4G version although with a slightly larger STB ratio. Next up, the rear camera setup remains almost the same with a 64MP primary shooter but with an f/1.9 aperture while the 8MP ultrawide snapper gets an autofocus feature as well along with 120-degree FoV among other specifics. There’s no 2MP macro sensor here as well.
Next up, the front selfie shooter has been downgraded from 44MP to 32MP although with the same aperture of f/2.0. The front camera no longer supports [email protected] and instead, it is capped at [email protected] The autofocus has gone too.
The device comes with a hefty 4,000 mAH battery under the hood as its 4G sibling although with a faster 44W fast charging tech which is advertised to juice up the battery from 0 to 72 percent in 30 minutes. For context, 33W on V21e 4G charged the battery from 0 to 66 percent in 30 minutes. There’s a fingerprint scanner embedded under the display that you can use alongside facial recognition and other authentication methods.
Vivo V21e 5G runs on the latest Android 11-powered FuntouchOS 11.1. Lastly, the device is available in two color variants i.e. Dark Pearl and Sunset Jazz in India with the price benign INR 24,990/- for the sole storage variant i.e. 8GB+128GB. The device is already listed on Vivo India’s e-store while you can buy the same from Flipkart and Amazon India as well.
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