Vivo V20 SE will be announced on September 24th, the company announced. The phone is said to be part of the Vivo V20 series, which will reportedly include the Vivo V20, Vivo V20 Pro and Vivo V20 SE. Vivo Malaysia recently teased the SE variant of the Vivo V20 via its Facebook page but did not announce a launch date. Now a countdown is on for Vivo Malaysia on its official website as the Vivo V20 SE will be unveiled on September 24th. Separately, a sign for Vivo V20 and Vivo V20 SE has popped up online that gives us an idea of what to expect from the two phones.
Vivo Malaysia has published some features of the Vivo V20 SE on its website as well as the launch date for September 24th. The phone has an “ultra-slim design”
A label was also discovered for the Vivo V20 that lists some specifications. According to a report from PlayfulDroid, the sign mentions the Vivo V20 and Vivo V20 SE and shows a phone with a waterdrop-style notch with narrow bezels all around. The phone is said to have a 44-megapixel selfie camera and a 64-megapixel primary shooter on the back. It appears to have a triple rear camera and support 33W fast charging. It is unclear whether this phone is the Vivo V20 or the Vivo V20 SE, or whether they both share these features.
The Vivo V20 SE has reportedly received NBTC, TKDN, and SDPPI certifications and has surfaced on Geekbench with the model number Vivo V2022. It is expected to run on the Snapdragon 665 SoC, have 8GB of RAM, and run Android 10 right away. The phone was also reportedly spotted on a China Quality Certification (CQC) listing indicating support for 33W fast charging, which was also listed in the banner ad.
Regarding the Vivo V20 series, a recent report claimed that there will be three phones in the line, the Vivo V20, Vivo V20 SE and Vivo V20 Pro, and that the series will launch in October. There is currently no information about the launch of Vivo V20 and Vivo V20 Pro. However, it is possible that the company will announce the launch date for the two models as we approach September 24th.
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