Vivo S10e Design Renders Revealed on TENAA Certification

Vivo S10e

Vivo S10e Design Renders Revealed on TENAA Certification – A TENAA certification suggests smartphone manufacturing giant Vivo is working on a new S-series smartphone carrying model number V2130A. The listing gives a first glimpse at the design of the upcoming Vivo S10e.

Previously, we spotted the Vivo V2130A on Geekbench and TENAA revealing its full specifications. Today, we came across another TENAA listing that showcases the design of the imminent device. Let’s take a look at what we can expect from the Vivo S10e.

Vivo S10e Design

Vivo S10e
Vivo S10e Design

From the renders, we can see the Vivo S10e flaunts a 6.44-inch display with a thin-bezel curved display and a centered punch-hole cutout. The device houses a triple-camera setup with a flashlight and Vivo branding. The right side of the phone mounts volume rockers and a power button. 

There is no physical fingerprint scanner on the device, so we can expect an in-display fingerprint scanner or an integrated fingerprint reader on the power button. The handset measures 160.87×74.28×7.49 mm and weighs 175 grams. 

Also Read: Vivo X70 Series Launch Set for September 9, Design Teased

Vivo S10e Specifications

Vivo S10e
Vivo S10e

The Vivo S10e features a 6.44-inch full HD AMOLED panel. The device is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC paired with 8GB RAM. The S10e houses a triple camera at the rear, and a centered punched hole cutout for a selfie camera on the front. However, the details of the cameras are still unknown. The handset will boot Android 11 OS out of the box. 

Unfortunately, the full specifications, price, and launch date of the Vivo S10e are still a mystery, but we expect to learn more about the device in the near future.

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