Vivo has released a new economy-class phone, the Vivo V21e or Vivo V21e, which comes just days after the launch of two phones, one of which was the primary and the other the mid-range phones, revealed by the three phones. Indian company in 2022 and we are still in January.
Vivo has confirmed its idea of engaging in strong competition in 2022, especially in the economic telephone market, with the goal of providing phones with good specifications at low prices.
Vivo V21e Specifications for Vivo V21e
Starting from the dimensions, the phone comes in 164.26 x 76.08 x 8.00 mm dimensions and weighs about 182 grams.
The back of the phone is made of plastic and below them is a square rear camera with three lenses, LED flash, and is similar to the phones that the design company has on the market.
From the inside, the phone comes with a Snapdragon 680 mid-range processor with 3GB of random memory and 64GB of internal storage.
On the front, the phone has a 6.51-inch LCD screen with HD Plus resolution.
The Vivo V21e successor camera with three lenses, first and foremost, has a 12-megapixel camera, f / 2.2 aperture and two 2-megapixel lenses for isolation and depth.
The selfie camera is located on a small notch on the front, and as with the design, its resolution is 8 mega pixels.
The Vivo V21e runs on a powerful battery with a storage capacity of 5000 mAh and is supported by an 18-watt charger to connect via USB-C.
New phone connections, external speakers support 3.5mm slot, FM radio, OTG, and the ability to connect two Nano SIM cards and come with the new Android 12 operating system.
Vivo V21e Price
The company has said that the phone will be available in India in the next few days and will hit the markets of China and other countries in the next few days in early February.
The phone is available in dark black and diamond white and costs approximately $ 175, approximately 52 Kuwaiti dinars or 650 Saudi riyals and approximately 00 2800 in Egypt.
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