Vivo V23e 5G smartphone with MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC found on Geekbench list

Vivo is ready to launch its new smartphone in Thailand. Vivo V23e 5G, a new smartphone from the Chinese company, will be released in Thailand on November 23. The smartphone, which has the model number V2126, appeared on Geekbench prior to the introduction. The list includes information such as the Android version, RAM and processor for the Vivo V23e 5G. The phone’s complete design and camera specifications are revealed on a web page available on Vivo Thailand’s website. It revealed that the upcoming Vivo device would come with a 44 MP selfie camera on the front, triple cameras on the back and a waterfall notch for the selfie camera.

Vivo V23e (V2126) Geekbench List

The Vivo V23e 5G bears the model number V2126 according to the Geekbench list. According to the list, it will be powered by MT6833V / PNZA, which is the model number of the MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC, which supports 5G. The chipset is paired with 8GB of RAM, but additional memory configurations may be available at launch. In the single-core and multi-core tests, it scored 471 and 1,551 points, respectively. The phone comes pre-installed with Android 11 and, most likely, the FuntouchOS overlay on top.


The Vivo V23e 5G appears to be identical to the 4G edition in terms of appearance, thanks to a live website in Thailand that revealed its appearance and several other features ahead of schedule. The power key and volume keys are located on the right side of the phone. At the bottom are the USB Type-C port, speaker grill and microphones. The three camera sensors and an LED flash are housed in a rectangular module. A primary sensor, an ultra-wide-angle lens and a macro sensor will make up the triple camera setup. The phone has a flat screen with tiny frames and a notch with a 44-megapixel selfie camera.

According to a tipster @ Sudhanshu1414, the phone will be offered in two color options, Sunshine Coast and Moonlight Shadow, with an 8GB + 128GB storage configuration. For prices and other details, we will have to wait until next week when it becomes official.

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