vivo released the V23e a few weeks ago, and the company is getting ready to launch the V23e 5G on November 23. That’s the date when it will debut in Thailand. A promo poster went up a few days ago, revealing that unlike the 4G model, the 5G version of the V23e would have a 44 MP selfie camera (the V23e 4G goes with a 50 MP shooter instead).
No other specs for the 5G variant were known at the time, but thankfully today someone in possession of a prototype decided to run Geekbench. And you know what that means, right? Thanks to the online listing of the phone’s results, we now know that the vivo V23e 5G will be powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 810 SoC, and the phone will have 8GB of RAM. It will run Android 11 upon launch.
Past rumors had the V23e 5G arriving in the Thai market in one version with 8GB of RAM (now confirmed by the benchmark) and 128GB of storage. On the rear there’s a triple camera system with a main sensor, an ultrawide, and a macro cam. The handset will be offered in two colorways, Sunshine Coast and Moonlight Shadow.