Vivo V30e Spotted On Bluetooth SIG Certification With Model Number V2339

The smartphone brand Vivo has already unveiled three smartphones under its V30 series- Vivo V30, V30 Pro and V30 Lite. Now the brand is rumored to soon introduce the Vivo V30 SE and Vivo V30 Lite 4G smartphones as lately, this device has been making rounds on the internet quite frequently. Other than this, Vivo is also said to be working on a V30e device as recently a Vivo device with model number V2339 was spotted on the Geekbench database and we assumed that the device was Vivo V30e.

Well, our latest finding has confirmed our previous report, as The Tech Outlook has spotted the Vivo V30e smartphone on Bluetooth SIG certification with model number V2339.

The listing not only confirms the moniker of the device but also reveals that the upcoming smartphone will support Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity. Previously the Geekbench listing of the smartphone revealed that it will be powered with a Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 processor paired with Adreno 710 GPU. It will pack up 8GB RAM and run on Android 14 OS.

For now, only this much is known about the Vivo V30e smartphone. Maybe in the coming days, we will come across some more details regarding the specifications and launch timeline of this upcoming device. Stay tuned to get all the latest updates of Vivo V30e.




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