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Vivo V21 5G launching soon, to get 44-MP OIS selfie camera

The Vivo V21 5G specifications have been leaked before it’s official Malaysian launch. The smartphone will feature a 44-MP selfie camera with OIS.

Vivo launches its Vivo 20 series few months ago. Now, the company is planning to launch its successor in coming weeks. The all new Vivo V21 series will succeed the previously launched Vivo V20 series. According to reports, the first few models of Vivo V21 series will be launching in Malaysia. Meanwhile, Vivo has revealed some key highlighting specifications of the upcoming smartphones even before the official launch. Initially, the all new Vivo V21 series will compromise of V21 and Vivo V21e smartphones. These smartphones are likely to borrow their design cues from recently launched Vivo X60 Series. As per reports, these Vivo V21 5G smartphones will get a notable upgrade in selfie cameras like OIS feature and much more.

Vivo V21 5G series to feature OIS, Night Selfie features
Vivo V21 5G series to feature OIS, Night Selfie features

The details about the upcoming smartphone was leaked on Vivo’s official website and Instagram pages. However, these details have been removed now. These leaks give information about the design, the models and some camera specifications of the upcoming smartphone series. The leaks share that unlike Vivo V20 series, the Vivo V21 smartphones are likely to get 5G connectivity and may get some incremental upgrades in selfie camera segment. The Chinese smartphone makers are likely to add an OIS system to its Vivo V21 5G selfie camera.

Vivo V21 5G: Expected Features and Specs

Vivo has not revealed the name of the chipset used on Vivo V21, but it does confirm that the chipset will support 5G Connectivity. Additionally, the smartphone will get the virtual RAM feature. To recall, this virtual RAM feature was earlier available on Vivo X60 Series. Just like Vivo X60 Series, the Vivo v21 5g Series will also get an extra 3GB of RAM along with standard 8GB RAM option. Also Read: Vivo X60 Series launches Globally including India

Vivo V21 5G to come with similar rear camera setup as seen on Vivo X60 Series
Vivo V21 5G to come with similar rear camera setup as seen on Vivo X60 Series

The V series smartphones has always been selfie centric smartphone series. Therefore, this year to give a major upgrade, Vivo is adding an Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) to the 44-MP single selfie camera on Vivo V21 5G. This will be much helpful for video recorders especially Vloggers, as it will allow them to record more stable video footage. At the rear, the smartphone will feature a triple rear camera system with a 64-MP primary camera sensor. This primary lens will also support OIS feature.

Vivo V21 5G Series to launch in India soon:

The render leaks also reveal the design of upcoming Vivo V21 smartphone series. The design element could look quite similar to Vivo V20 series which was launched last year. The smartphone will come with a rectangular rear camera hump, which is similar to what we saw on Vivo X60 Pro. The smartphone will come with flat edges similar to what iPhone 12 offers. There are no curved edges on the display of the smartphone. Additionally, the front camera sits inside a waterdrop-style notch instead of a punch-hole cutout. According to rumors, the smartphone will come with both 4G and 5G connectivity. Additionally, one of the model is getting certified by Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in India. The smartphone will come with another smartphone namely Vivo V21e. But, while writing we don’t have any information about this variant.

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