Vivo confirmed, through a recent teaser, its plans to support the upcoming Vivo S15e phone with the Exynos 1080 processor.
Vivo has recently begun to open the registration door for the Vivo S15e through the JD.com store in China, and some previous reports have clarified the distinctive specifications of this version before the official announcement.
The company also officially confirmed through a teaser that the Vivo S15e phone is launched with an Exynos 1080 processor chip.
The Exynos 1080 chip is one of Samsung’s distinct 5nm versions, and the chip was introduced in last year’s Vivo X70 Pro version.
It is also scheduled, according to the details that came via Vivo, that the phone will launch with three choices in colors: black, blue and pink.
The S15e comes with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage, and the company supports the phone with 66W fast charging technology.
In the camera settings, Vivo offers the Vivo S15e phone with a 50-megapixel main sensor that supports capturing images with more depth and details.
While the leaks indicated that this version comes with a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen, a 90Hz refresh rate, and FHD display quality, the screen also includes a drop bump for the 16-megapixel front camera.
The Vivo S15e also supports a 4700 mAh battery, and the phone runs Android 12 and the OriginOS interface.
It is noteworthy that Vivo will hold an event tomorrow, April 25, to unveil the Vivo X80 series, as well as reveal the Vivo S15e phone during the event.
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