Vivo V21’s launch in Malaysia is slated for April 27, the company revealed in a tweet. The series would include the Vivo V21 (in 4G and 5G variants) and the Vivo V21e. A report also claims that the V21 series could also launch in India on the same day, although Vivo India has not shared any details on the series launch in the country. In addition, a Vivo V21 SE apparently spotted recently in a list of the Google Play console could also be part of the series.
Vivo teased the V21 series as the launch approached. The company recently revealed that the series will include the Vivo V21 and Vivo V21e and will launch on April 27 in Malaysia. The company sharing development via its Vivo Malaysia Twitter page and an official series microsite have also been created. The microsite reveals some of the specs that will be featured in the Vivo V21 series.
The Vivo V21 will have a 44-megapixel selfie camera housed in a notch with dual flash for better low-light selfies. The Vivo V21 is also confirmed to have dual 5G support and 8GB of RAM. It’s unclear if the Vivo V21e will carry those same specs.
The series will bring Vivo’s slimmest 5G phones to the market and will feature a 64-megapixel primary rear sensor with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), but it’s unclear whether either or both phones will have this setup. camera.
A Moneycontrol report citing industry sources claims that the launch of the Vivo V21 series in India will coincide with its debut in Malaysia on April 27. It also claims that only the Vivo V21 will launch in India when other phones arrive later. The phone is expected to cost around Rs. 25,000.
In addition, tipster Mukul Sharma has Point a Vivo phone with the model number V2061 listed on the Google Play console, which would be the Vivo V21 SE. It shows 8 GB of RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G SoC, Full HD + display (1080 x 2400 pixels) and Android 11. It also appears to have a notch for the selfie camera.
Vivo has not shared any information about the Vivo V21 series in India or the Vivo V21 SE. More details are expected to be revealed closer to the launch date in Malaysia.
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