Just five months back, Vivo announced the Vivo V19 series of smartphones; and reportedly the brand has now started working on the successor. A day or two back, the reliable folks at 91Mobiles published a report; which reveals about the probability of Vivo coming up with a bunch of new smartphones under the V series. According to a new report, there would be three new devices under the V20 series; including the Vivo V20 SE, Vivo V20 Pro, and the vanilla Vivo V20. Out of which two of these handsets the V20 SE and the V20 Pro have already appeared in several certifications and benchmarking platforms. Today, as reported by MySmartPrice we have come across new images of one of the handsets – the Vivo V20.
From the image, it can be observed that the camera layout on the upcoming Vivo V20 is similar to the one seen on the company’s existing camera-centric smartphone the Vivo X50 Pro. As observed the smartphone appears to have a triple rear camera module. However, The Vivo V20 lacks the square periscope camera that we saw on the X50 Pro. While there is no information on the specifications of the rear camera sensors yet, According to toa leaked image the V20 series will feature dual cameras at the front with the primary front camera using a 44MP sensor.
VIVO V20 SE ARRIVES ON GEEKBENCH REVEALING SPECIFICATIONS
A forthcoming Vivo smartphone carrying model number V2022 has appeared on the Indonesian certification site IMDA the previous week. Now, first reported by 91Mobiles, the same device has appeared on the website of Indonesia Telecom; revealing that the V2022 will be marketed as Vivo V20 SE. Additionally, the Vivo V20 SE could be seen on multiple certifications and benchmarking websites; including the Geekbench 5 revealing few of its key specifications. Going by the Geekbench listing, the device will be packing an octa-core Trinket SoC; with 1.80GHz clock speed; Interestingly, Trinket is the codename of the previously announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC.
However, the Geekbench 5 listing also reveals 8GB RAM, the smartphone runs on Android 10 out of the box, alongside the top-up of FunTouch OS. The device scores 316 points in the single-core test and 1377 in the multi-core test. While, the V2022 has already appeared on multiple certification websites such as TKDN, IMDA, Indonesia Telecom, and Geekbench and more, we still do not know much about the device other than a few key specifications.