Vivo has just presented the new Vivo S10e, a new mid-range that comes to accompany siblings such as the V21e or the Y72 5G and Y52 5G. It is an alternative that bets on good internal memory configurations, a good Mediatek processor, and great fast charging, among others.
We are going to tell you about the characteristics and technical data of this Vivo S10e, an ambitious competitor in the mid-range with an OLED screen, high refresh rate, and a lot to say in its segment.
Vivo S10e datasheet
- SCREEN – AMOLED 6.4 ” Full HD + 90 Hz
- DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT – 7.59mm thick 175g.
- PROCESSOR – Dimensity 900
- RAM – 8 GB
- STORAGE – 128/256 GB
- FRONTAL CAMERA – 32 MP
- REAR CAMERA – 64 MP 8 MP UGA 2 MP bokeh
- BATTERY – 4,000 mAh Fast charge 44W
- OS – Android 11
- CONNECTIVITY – 5G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
- OTHERS – Fingerprint reader under the screen
- PRICE – From $372.62 to change
OLED display and power from MediaTek
The new Vivo S10e bets on the MediaTek Dimensity 900, a new batch processor with eight cores, a 6nm construction process, and support for 5G SA and NSA networks, as well as WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1.
This processor is accompanied by configurations with 8 GB of RAM, although the internal memory starts from 128 GB and shoots up to 256 GB, a figure more worthy of the high-end than the middle segment.
The screen of this Vivo has OLED technology and refreshes at 90Hz, although the resolution remains in Full HD +, common in this range
The screen is another of its main strengths since we find 6.44 inches, OLED technology, and a refresh rate of 90Hz. This panel has a small drop notch, in which the front camera of the device is located.
Three cameras and very fast charging
On a photographic level, the Vivo S10e shows that it is a mid-range. We found a 64-megapixel main sensor next to a lens with an aperture f / 1.8. It is accompanied by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle and a 2-megapixel depth sensor, smaller sensors of inferior quality.
Where this Vivo does want to shine is in fast charging, since it comes with a 4,000mAh battery capable of charging up to 44W. This is a figure above the 30W that we usually see in the mid-range, good numbers to recharge a not too large battery.