A recent update has revealed that the upcoming smartphone Vivo V23e has received the Malaysian SIRIM(Standards and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia) certification which indicates that the launch of devices is very near.
You might be wondering what actually is the SIRIM certification and what does it mean?
Standards and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia (SIRIM) is a private entity appointed by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) to review and approve Radio technology products for the market in Malaysia and no product can be marketed in Malaysia without the SIRIM certification by MCMC.
With the SIRIM certification, the upcoming smartphone Vivo S23e is all set to hit the Malaysian market. Let’s take a look at the known specifications of the Vivo V23e.
According to recent leaks, Vivo V23e will be powered by the Mediatek Helio A22 chipset and will feature at least 8GB of RAM.
The device will feature a triple camera module at the rear with 64-megapixel+ 8-megapixel+ 2-megapixel while the front panel will feature a 50-megapixel front camera in water-drop notch style.
The device will pack a 4030mAH battery with fast charging support of up to 44W and will feature a glass back which means support for wireless charging.
Vivo V23e will run on Android 11 topped with Funtouch OS 12 out of the box and will not feature the beloved 3.55mm audio jack. The leaked pricing suggests the price of the device to be around USD 440 (Rs. 33,000 in India).
There is no official confirmation from Vivo yet but we are likely to see one soon.