The Vivo V2130A was recently discovered on TENAA, and today a live video reveals the new phone’s name, Vivo S10e, as well as its triple-camera design and three color variants.
Although the trio of cameras lacks a periscope lens, the movie provides little information regarding the devices’ specs. There’s also a conventional power key, implying that the front panel will be an OLED display with a UD fingerprint scanner. According to the source, it will be made by Samsung and will have a 90Hz refresh rate.
The TENAA listing already stated that the screen diagonal will be 6.44″ and that the resolution will be Full HD+. The chipset will be a Density 900, and the lights will be powered by a 4,000 mAh battery. The phone was described as being 7.59 mm thick and weighing 175 grams.
When the Vivo S10e goes on sale, which should be soon, pricing and availability will be revealed. If the reports are genuine, the 8/128 GB variant will cost CNY2,499 ($385/€335).
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