Vivo may face a serious challenge today due to a charging fire incident involving Vivo phones, but that is not a reason for the Chinese OEM to continue product launches. As anticipated, the Vivo V series will finally get a follow-up in the form of the Vivo 21. This one is special as it is said to come with an additional 3GB virtual RAM. The brand is also promoting the new best-in-class selfie phone series. It’s just a mid-range offering, but expect top-tier camera performance.
There are three I live V21 models: Vivo V21, Vivo V21 5G and Vivo V21e. They are similar and different in many ways. Of the three, only the I live V21e run on a Snapdragon processor. The first two are almost the same as expected for the addition of 5G connectivity.
Other features include a 6.44-inch AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate, 1080p + resolution, 20: 9 aspect ratio, and HDR10 + support (except for the V21e). The Vivo V21e has the lowest specs out of three with just 430 nits of brightness and a dimmer screen. Interestingly, they all come with an in-display fingerprint remapper.
Both of them I live V21 Y I live V21 5G They come with a 44MP selfie camera with OIS, so it’s just already impressive. The camera also offers EIS plus 4K video recording. As with most mid-ranges, the front puller slides under a notch. It is also linked by a pair of LEDs and features AI night portrait mode with autofocus.
The Vivo V21e also comes with the same 44MP selfie shooter but without the OIS and dual LED flash. However, the e variant still comes with Super Night Selfie, Night Portrait, and EIS. When it comes to the rear cameras, the trio share the same camera system which includes a 64MP primary camera with OIS + 8MP ultra-wide camera + 2MP macro camera.