The mark life will hold a special event on April 25, 2022 where it will announce its X80 series. A number of rumors are circulating around the web suggesting the presence of another device. It’s actually the Vivo S15e, which will likely be the first model in a new S15 lineup. What does this phone offer us?
A 90Hz AMOLED screen
Before these leaks surfaced, Vivo had already announced some key features of the S15e. According to the Chinese manufacturer, its brand new smartphone will have a 4,700 mAh battery. This supports a 66W fast charge solution. The front houses a dedicated 50MP front camera for videos and selfies.
Recent rumors have suggested that this variant would feature a 6.4-inch AMOLED display. The panel would display a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and a refresh rate of 90Hz, but the front sensor would be 16MP and not 50MP as the brand said. Anyhow, we hope other whistleblowers will shed some light on these conflicting details in the coming days.
The Vivo S15e launched alongside the Vivo X80?
This smartphone would have a fingerprint reader built into the panel. The Exynos 1080 SoC would pair up with an 8GB of RAM in terms of performance. This will be handled by LPDDR4X technology. The company uses the UFS 3.1 standard for internal storage. A built-in storage space of 128 or 256 GB is allocated to you to store all your personal data.
On the back we find a photo configuration with triple sensors. It has a 50 MP main camera, a 13 MP ultra wide angle and a 2 MP macro lens. The phone is said to boot Android 12 coupled with the brand’s Origin Os Ocean interface. The S15e is launching and will be available in three color options, either peach, blue or black.
This model is rumored to debut on April 25, 2022 along with the Vivo X80 series. The Chinese manufacturer will therefore use this event to present its brand new range, the Vivo S15.
Thanks to these recent leaks, we’ve been able to discover the full specs of Vivo’s new S15e smartphone. Despite the confusion surrounding the front camera, the spec sheet looks impressive. At the moment we don’t know if the phone will leave China to join other countries.