The Vivo V23e 5G is set to arrive next week, and it has purportedly been detected on Geekbench just before that. The benchmarking website hints at crucial specs of the Chinese tech giant's 5G-enabled smartphone. A special microsite has also appeared on Vivo's Thailand website. Vivo has suggested that its future 5G smartphone would include a 44-megapixel primary camera, as opposed to the 50-megapixel sensor on the 4G edition.
The color choices, RAM, and storage combinations for the Vivo V23e 5G were also leaked earlier this week. Multiple Geekbench entries exist for a Vivo V2126 phone, which is thought to be the Vivo V23e 5G. It earned a single-core score between 471 and 558 points, and multi-core test scores between 1,551 and 1,726 points. The Vivo smartphone is powered by the MT6833V/PNZA V MediaTek internal codename for the Dimensity 810 SoC, according to the listing. The processor is combined with 8GB of RAM and runs Android 11.
The Vivo V23e 5G's debut was revealed earlier this week, and now Vivo's Thailand website has a dedicated webpage. Apart from the fact that it will include a 44-megapixel primary camera and an ultra-wide angle lens, the website doesn't reveal much about the future smartphone. The smartphone on the webpage seems identical to the Vivo V23e 4G, which was released in Vietnam earlier this month. A tipster, revealed official renderings of the smartphone earlier this week, along with certain critical features.
Vivo V23e 5G will be available in Moonlight Shadow and Sunshine Coast colors. Furthermore, the Vivo smartphone is believed to be available in only one storage configuration: 8GB + 128GB. For the selfie camera, the renderings reveal a waterdrop-style notch. Thick bezels and an even thicker chin frame the flat display. At the bottom, the Vivo V23e 5G appears to have merely a USB Type-C connector and a speaker grille. On the right spine of the smartphone, the volume rocker and power button are visible.