Vivo V30 SE Spotted on Google Play Console with 8GB RAM & Snapdragon 4 Gen 2

Usama Rasool

Vivo is gearing up to expand its V30 series with a new addition, as indicated by a recent listing on the Google Play Console certification. The device, bearing the model number V2327, carries the moniker Vivo V30 SE. This iteration will likely join the existing lite, standard, and Pro variants within the V30 lineup. 

According to the Play Console listing, the V30 SE is likely a rebranded iteration of the Vivo Y200e 5G, also known as the Y100 5G in other markets. The Google Play Console certification offers a glimpse of the Vivo V30 SE, showcasing a centrally aligned punch-hole cutout on the front display.

The rear panel features a rectangular camera module housing three vertically stacked sensors, adorned with a gradient design for added flair. As for its specifications, the Vivo V30 SE carries a motherboard codenamed SM4450, incorporating a combination of two Cortex-A78 cores clocked at 2.2GHz and six Cortex-A55 cores running at 1.95GHz. 

Additionally, it will likely come equipped with an Adreno 615 GPU and feature the Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 processor under the hood. The Vivo budget flagship mobile will bear 8GB of RAM for smooth multitasking performance. 

According to the listing, the Vivo V30 SE will sport a display resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels, providing a pixel density of 440 ppi. It may ship with the Android 14 operating system pre-installed, offering users the latest software experience. 

While these details provide a glimpse into the device's capabilities, other specifications and features of the Vivo V30 SE remain undisclosed for now. The excitement continues to mount, and Vivo fans eagerly await further updates and announcements regarding the Vivo V30 SE.


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