vivo X21 Glare Red Version Released In Taiwan For 3600 Yuan ($554)

Last month vivo launched the vivo X21 in China which is one of the earliest smartphones to come with an onscreen fingerprint sensor. Now, the company has officially launched the glare red colour variant in Taiwan. This smartphone comes with a NT (3600 Yuan/) price tag. The vivo X21 glare red version is consistent with the standard version which was previously released.


It is equipped with a 6.28-inch screen with a display resolution of 2280 × 1080 pixels and ultra-thin bezels. The left and right bezel are 1.66 mm thin while the upper and lower frames are 1.79 mm and 5 mm thin respectively. These thin bezels ensure that it achieves a 90.3% screen-to-body ratio, and the back is made of 3D glass. The high-point of this smartphone is its onscreen fingerprint module. The onscreen fingerprint sensor solves the inconvenience of unlocking the device from the rear and improves the display ratio. vivo X21 also supports facial recognition and it can record 1024 facial features which helps it to swiftly unlock the device.

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The vivo X21 is powered by a Snapdragon 660 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage which is expandable up to 256GB via the micro SD card slot. Its lights are kept on by a 3200mAh battery and it runs the Funtouch OS system based on Android 8.1 Oreo depth customization. As for the shutterbugs, the Vivo X21 offers a dual camera arrangement of 12MP + 5MP sensors at the back. On the front, this smartphone is equipped with the world’s first P3 wide color gamut display technology camera. The colour of the photo is more vivid. The front lens uses 24MP photosensitive sensor. The camera’s dual-pixel sensing technology enables fast 0.03-second focusing. Under the optimization of AI artificial intelligence, vivo X21’s photo effects have been greatly upgraded, including a unique AI backlighting camera, which can automatically recognize the backlight scene. Regardless of whether it is indoors or outdoors, the face and background are still clear under the backlight. AI intellectual beauty will recommend the best beauty mode based on the user’s gender, skin colour, and scene light.

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  1. Slavoljub Nong Darko Komljenović
    June 21, 2018

    Erm you do know that Taiwan does not use the yuan? They use the NT$, New Taiwan dollar, I’m from the UK and live in Kaohsiung Taiwan and this phone is absolutely not NT$3,600, if only it was, that’s about £90.

    • EfeUdin
      June 22, 2018

      Thanks bro. We are well aware that Taiwan’s currency is NT$ but we usually give our prices in Chinese Yuan and US dollar for consistency. In this case, this smartphone costs NT$16890 which is about $554/3600 Yuan