- Vivo V21 SE has shown up on the AI Benchmark database
- Its listing tells us that the smartphone will pack a Snapdragon 720G SoC and 8GB of RAM
- Vivo V21 SE could be launched in India later this month alongside the Vivo V21 Pro
Some time ago, we discovered some key Vivo V21 SE specifications via its Geekbench listing. The listing told us that the smartphone would pack a mid-range chipset and an FHD+ screen. Now, the Vivo V21 SE has shown up online once again, this time on the AI Benchmark database (via MySmartPrice). The listing effectively confirms that the smartphone will pack a Snapdragon 720G SoC and 8GB of RAM, but a little more. AI Benchmark listings don’t really tell us a lot about a smartphone’s innards other than its SoC and memory. It does, however, tell us that the Vivo V21 SE is real and could be launched soon.
Vivo S21 SE specifications
Based on the Vivo V21 SE Google Play Console listing, it is apparent that the smartphone’s screen will have a resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels. Based on its remaining specs, we can reasonably assume that it will use an AMOLED panel, presumably the same one we’ve seen in other similarly-priced Vivo smartphones.
In all likelihood, the Vivo V21 SE could be a modified version of the Vivo V21e (not to be confused with the Vivo V21e 5G) launched some time ago. Therefore, it could likely pack a 64MP triple rear camera setup at the back and an 8MP selfie camera. On the battery side of things, we could see a 4,000mAh unit that supports 33W fast charging.
Vivo is expected to launch the Vivo V21 Pro later this month in India, which could likely be joined by the Vivo V21 SE and a few other remaining pieces of the frustratingly difficult Vivo V21 series puzzle.