Vivo V20 SE is seemingly set to launch in the coming days, after it was recently reported to have cleared a number of certification standards that usually occur shortly ahead of a smartphone’s launch. Subsequently, earlier today, Vivo’s official Facebook page for Vivo Malaysia posted a teaser image for the upcoming smartphone, which, among other things, confirms the name of the smartphone. While the teaser does not particularly give away anything, certifications and benchmark listings have given us some idea regarding what the smartphone may come with.
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Vivo V20 SE expected specifications
Vivo V20 SE is slated to be the entry level device in the V20 series of smartphones. The biggest clues about its specifications have surfaced from a leaked Geekbench listing, which suggests that the smartphone will come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC. This will be seemingly paired with 8GB of RAM, and run on Android 10 as well. With these specifications, the smartphone seemingly scored 316 points on the single core test and 1,377 points on the multi-core test of the Geekbench 5 benchmark browser.
Apart from these, not a lot of other specifications have been revealed. The Vivo V20 SE appears to have some sort of emphasis on the camera performance, which the teaser poster hints at. Reports indicate that the V20 SE may come with a triple camera unit, but none of this is really confirmed, yet. Further certification data, this time from the China Quality Certification (CQC), states that the Vivo V20 SE will come with 33W fast charging as well, all of which suggest a fairly decent set of specifications for a mid-range device.
It is as yet unclear if the Vivo V20 SE will also get a 44MP front camera that the Vivo V20 is slated to feature. The latter is expected to come with specifications that are a notch higher than the V20 SE, and the leaked renders also suggest the same.