Reports suggest that vivo has planned to extend its S10 series by launching another model, but this time, it would be more affordable. Recently, the model V2130A from vivo has been listed on Geekbench certification. The same model has already appeared on several certification sites.
As per our sources, the vivo V2130A belongs to the vivo S10 series and will be named vivo S10e 5G, in which the “e” represents that it would be the lighter and more affordable version of standard vivo S10. It is already known that the vivo S10e 5G would be powered by Dimensity 900 chipset.
With this chipset, the device has scored 709 points on Single-Core. While on Multi-Core, it has scored 2199 points. It is observed that the scores are a bit lower if compared with other Dimensity 900 powered smartphones. But we can expect a little better on the actual retail machine.
Like the Dimensity 1200 chipset, the Dimensity 900 also continues to provide a proper 5G environment. The chipset is based on TSMC’s 6nm manufacturing process and uses high-end cores (two Cortex-A78 cores) for premium performance at the mid-range level.
Furthermore, the vivo S10e 5G in Geekbench comes with 8 Gigs of RAM and runs the latest Android 11 OS.
Previous reports revealed that the vivo S10e 5G would feature a Single Punch-Hole Display having Full-HD+ resolution. In addition, it was also reported to come with 44W fast charging.
In the past, some rumors also suggested that it would be the vivo X70 standard version, but now it is confirmed to be vivo S10e 5G. There is no information regarding the launch date yet.