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Radeon RX 6600 XT launched: AMD’s answer to NVIDIA RTX 3060?

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AMD has announced their latest Graphic card in the form of the Radeon RX 6600 XT. Based on the new RDNA 2 microarchitecture, the RX 6600 XT becomes AMD’s new entry-level RX6000-series GPU at $379. Let’s take a closer look at what this new card promising “ultimate 1080p gaming experience” bring to the table.

Internals:

Built on the 7nm process and based on the new Navi 23 GPU, the new AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT features 32 compute units. These compute units are paired with 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM with 256GB/s bandwidth. As for the clock speed, the RX 6600 XT gets a 2359 MHz base clock, 2589 MHz boost clock, and draws 160W of power. 

There’s 32MB of onboard Infinity Cache which is lesser compared to the previous RX 6000-Series graphics cards that came with 96MB or 128MB of Infinity Cache. 

Radeon RX 6600 XT Specs:

  • GPU: Navi 23
  • Lithography: TSMC 7nm
  • Transistors: 11.1B
  • Stream Processors: 2,048
  • CUs: 32
  • Ray Accelerators: 32 raytracing acceleration cores
  • Interface: PCI-Express 4.0 x8
  • Display Outputs: 1x HDMI, 2x DisplayPort
  • GPU Game Clock (MHz): 2,359
  • Memory bus: 128-bit
  • Memory capacity: 8GB GDDR6
  • Memory speed: 16Gbps
  • Memory bandwidth: 256GB/s
  • TBP (Total Board Power): 160W
  • Recommended power supply: 500W
  • Price: $379 

Features and Performance:

 As far as the graphics features are concerned, the RX 6600 XT packs in a host of features like DirectX 12.0, OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 2.1, Vulkan 1.2, and Shader Model 6.5. The presence of DirectX 10 also brings features such as DirectX Ray Tracing (DXR), Variable Rate Shading (VRS), etc. Other features include the support for FidelityFX that gives it support for Super-Resolution. This feature is now supported across 50 game titles and with the source code open for developers, you can expect newer titles to be added.

Also Read: The Samsung and AMD crossover| RDNA 2 for Exynos

Where does it stand?

With a price tag of $379, it locks horns with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 12GB which was launched with a $329 price tag. For the extra $50, AMD claims that it beats the RTX 3060 in terms of performance by 15%. 

AMD has been marketing the RX 6600 XT as the new pedestal of 1080p gaming and considering that even the gaming consoles touting the AMD 6000-series graphics can churn out 4K, you can at least expect it to run on 1440p without any hiccups. 

Price and Availability:

Amidst the surge in minging and the global GPU shortage, the $379 pricetag actually means a price that you may or may not be able to get your hands on the RX 6600 XT at. Regardless, the PC gaming enthusiasts have a new mid-range offering to be joyous about. The RX 6600 XT is supposed to go on sale starting August 11. But this time around, there’s no standard AMD chip rolling out, instead, the RX  6600 XT will be made available with partners like ASRock, Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, etc. 

As for the price in Nepal, considering the current traits with GPUs, you can expect it to be priced at NRs.70,000 if and when it comes to Nepal.

Samsung Galaxy F22 Launched with SAMOLED Display

Samsung announced the launch of their new smartphone a couple of days back in an online bloggers’ meet. The smartphone that was announced is the Samsung Galaxy F22 that marks the arrival of the F-series smartphone in Nepal. This is what the new Samsung Galaxy F22 has to offer.

Samsung Galaxy F22 Overview:

Build and Display:

Starting with the build, the Galaxy F22 gets a plastic build. The back panel boasts a prismatic design, the Samsung badge, and a square camera bump with LED flash. As for the color options, the Samsung Galaxy F22 is available in three color options: Denim Blue, Denim Black, and White.

To the front is a 6.4“ inch Super AMOLED display which refreshes at 90Hz. But, Samsung decided to ditch a high-res display in favor of a high-refresh-rate with the F22. This display has U-shaped or Infinity-U (in Samsung’s term) notch that accommodates the selfie shooter. 

Even though this is an AMOLED panel, the fingerprint scanner is embedded in the side-mounted power button.

Performance and Memory:

At the helm of the Samsung Galaxy F22, is the MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. There seems to be a method to this madness, as Samsung has churned out multiple devices such as Galaxy M32, A22 at different price points by this time. Regardless, this MediaTek chipset is fabricated on a 12nm FinFET process and is divided into two clusters with 2xCortex-A75 Cores clocked at 2.0GHz and 6xCortex A-55 cores clocked at 1.8GHz. 

This is then paired with 4 or 6GB of RAM to choose from. On the graphic side of things, it is handled by the Mali-G52 MC2 GPU. The base variant with 4GB of RAM gets 64GB of onboard storage and the higher-end trim with 6GB of RAM gets 128GB of storage which is further expandable up to 1TB via the dedicated microSD card slot.

OS and Software:

The Samsung Galaxy F22 runs on One UI 3.1 (Core) built on top of Android 11. The long-term update support that Samsung provides to its flagship phones, seems like it trickled down to the affordable smartphones as well. Samsung Nepal has promised 2 Years of Android updates and 4 years of Security updates for the F22.

Cameras:

The quad-camera setup to the back comprises a 48MP f/1.8 primary camera, an 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide with a 123-degree field of view, and two 2MP shooters assigned to handle macro and depth. While the specs resemble the already outgoing A22 quite a lot, the F22’s primary shooter doesn’t get OIS.

The camera has a host of different shooting modes such as AR stickers, Hyperlapse, Slowmotion, Food mode, and Pro mode. While we’re on the topic of modes, the Night mode on the Galaxy F22 can be used on the primary rear camera, the secondary ultrawide as well as the front-facing camera. 

Battery and Charging:

The device draws power off of a 6000mAh non-removable Li-ion battery with support for 25Watts fast charging over USB-C. However, Samsung only bundles a 15Watt brick inside the box.

Samsung Galaxy F22 Specs:

Display: 6.4-inches HD+ “Infinity-U” Super AMOLED, 90Hz Refresh rate, Gorilla Glass 5 protection

Chipset: MediaTek Helio G80 4G (12nm Mobile Platform)Octa-core (2×2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 & 6×1.8 GHz Cortex-A55)

GPU: Arm Mali-G52 MC2

Memory: 4/6GB LPDDR4X RAM, 64/128GB eMMC 5.1 storage (expandable via micro SD-dedicated slot)

Software & UI: Android 11 with One UI Core 3.1 on top

Rear Camera: Quad-camera;

– 48MP primary sensor, PDAF

– 8MP ultra-wide camera, 123º FOV

– 2MP depth sensor

– 2MP macro camera

Selfie Camera: 13MP f/2.2  

Audio: Loudspeaker, 3.5mm headphone jack, Dolby Atmos

Security: Side-mounted fingerprint sensor, Face unlock

Battery: 6000mAh with 25W fast charge (15W adapter inside the box)

Pricing And Availability:

The base variant with 4GB/64GB memory config comes in at NRs.20,499 and NRs. 23,999 for the 6GB/128GB memory option. While the pre-orders for the F22 have already started on Daraz, the smartphone will actually hit the market starting July 27th. For the Offline buyers, you will be able to purchase it across the country via Samsung authorized retail stores starting the 27th of July.

Nepal Telecom announced Double Mazza FTTH Offer with free daily mobile data

The “Double Mazza Offer” recently announced by Nepal Telecom for FTTh users brings 20Mbps internet connection and an additional 106 GB Data at NRs.13,000. Sounds interesting, let’s get into it.

Nepal Telecom Double Mazza FTTH offer

The 20 Mbps Offer:

Under this offer, users can get 20Mbps of wired FTTH connection at an yearly subscription cost of NRs.13,000. The added perk or the “Double Mazza” here, is that Nepal Telecom will provide the FTTH subscribers’ registered mobile number with 300MB data on a daily basis. Which sums up  to 106GB of data in a year which when you calculate-adds up to a little more than NRs.13,000. Hence, “Double Mazza”.

Plans on Offer:

This offer is applicable for 20Mbps, 40Mbps and goes all the way up to 60 Mbps subscribers of Nepal Telecom FTTH.

For Existing Customers:

The existing customers can contact the nearest Nepal Telecom office to renew and enroll in the Double Mazza Offer. For customers who’ve already paid for their subscription of any of the packages can transfer their remaining balance to the plan.

For more, you can either visit the Nepal Telecom office or contact them via their customer service center by dialing 1498.

Benco V80 4/64GB variant launched in Nepal

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The Benco V80, which was announced back in April, has now received a higher memory variant. The 4GB/64GB variant now available in Nepal comes in with a price tag of NRs.13,599 defines its entry-level segment. Regardless, let’s get into what this one from INONE Technology has to offer.

Build and Display

Since it is an entry-level smartphone, the build here is plastic (as expected), i.e., plastic back and a plastic frame. The glossy plastic back gets a Benco logo and a fingerprint scanner, and a slight camera bump accommodates a dual camera with LED flash. As for the color options, you can choose between Cyan Blue and Greenish Silver. 

To the front is a 6.5” inch IPS LCD display with 1600x720px HD+ resolution. This contributes to a 20:9 aspect ratio and an 89.5% screen-to-body ratio. Apart from this, this 9.35mm thick device weighs in at a hefty 195.7 grams.

Performance

At the helm of the Benco V80 is a Unisoc SC9863 SoC. This SoC comprises eight Cortex-A55 cores divided into two clusters, tuned at 1.6GHz and 1.2GHz, respectively. The SoC is paired with 3 or 4GB of RAM to choose from.

As for the storage options, one can choose between 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 256 GB via a dedicated microSD card slot.

Also Read: Vivo 1s launched in Nepal

Software

The Benco V80 runs a near-stock version of Android 11 with little to no tweaking from Benco whatsoever on the software side of things.

Battery and Miscellaneous:

The entire hardware is backed up by a 5000mAh battery that charges over micro-USB. For honorable mentions, the fingerprint scanner can unlock the device in 0.3 seconds, has a 3.5mm headphone jack, and supports VoLTE.

Benco V80 Specifications

  • Display: 6.5″ IPS LCD display with HD resolution (1600×720 pixels)
  • Rear Camera: 8MP and VGA with rear flash
  • Front Camera: 8MP sensor (teardrop notch)
  • Processor: Unisoc SC9863 (28nm)4x Cortex-A55 @1.6GHz + 4x Cortex-A55 @1.2GHz
  • Memory: 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage (expandable)
  • Battery: 5000mAh cell, Micro USB charging

Pricing and Availability

The Benco V80 starts at NRs.11,777 for the 3GB/32GB variant and NRs.13,599 for the 4GB/64GB variant. Purchase can be made via major retail outlets spread across the country. For more info, you can reach out to Benco via their official Facebook page.

Huawei P50 launching on July 29

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Huawei P50

After a series of setbacks, Huawei is all set to launch its next flagship phone- the Huawei P50 on the 29th of July. Huawei announced this via its official Weibo and Twitter handles. On his Weibo page, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer group, mentioned the launch to be the beginning of  “a new era of mobile imaging.” This affirms the photography-focused nature of the Huawei P-series of smartphones, and the P50 might set a new pedestal for photography. 

This time around, the launch took a little over a year. The US trade ban has surely hit Huawei hard, as Huawei couldn’t even produce its own Kirin chipsets, and furthermore. In a launch event last month where the design of the P50 was teased, Yu mentioned the sanctions indirectly as he said,” For reasons, you are all aware of, a launch date has not been set.”

Regardless, the big news is that the launch is finally happening, and even if US sanctions forbid Google’s apps to be pre-installed on their devices, the sheer fact that Huawei is resurrecting is joyous. 

Poco F3 GT launching on July 23 in India

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At this point, teasing smartphones pre its launch is something almost every brand finds enthralling. The same is the case with Poco India teasing its upcoming smartphone- Poco F3 GT. Subsiding the teasers, Poco India on its Twitter handle has finally marked the day for its launch as July 23rd. While there’s no intel on what the new Poco F3 will have on offer, thanks to the wave of rumors, leaks, and renders becoming common these days, here’s what you can expect the new Poco F3 GT to bring to the table.

Poco F3 GT Overview (Rumor)

Many sources indicate that the new Poco F3 GT is a rebranded version of its Redmi sibling- the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition. If this is the case, you can expect the Poco F3 GT to get an AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate. At the helm of the device, it might get a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC. Since Xiaomi and Poco are independent units, the design aspects might vary, but the dedicated physical shoulder buttons for gaming might be brought over. While we’re on the topic of what the Poco F3 GT might retain, you can expect to see a 5000mAh battery and 67watt fast wired charging.

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While the information is a little scarce, we expect you to stick around to learn more as we’ll be updating you when the big reveal happens.

Vivo Y1s launched in Nepal: Pricing and Availability

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Vivo Y1s launched in Nepal. Vivo has priced it at NRs.12,999 for the 2GB RAM and 32GB storage variant and here’s what you get for that price.

Vivo Y1s overview:

Vivo Y1s launched in Nepal
Vivo Y1s

As it is an entry-level smartphone, it boasts a plastic body i.e. a plastic frame and a plastic back. The entire contraption measures 8.28mm in thickness and weighs in at 161grams. The back is left clean as there’s no fingerprint scanner and all it gets to the back is a Vivo branding and a single camera with LED flash.

Also Read: Vivo V21 Pre Booking has started in Nepal

Upfront, the phone has a 6.22 inch IPS LCD panel with a dewdrop notch. The aspect ratio of the device is 79:9 and the resolution here is 720x1520px i.e. HD+. This gives the Vivo Y1s an 88.6% screen-to-body ratio and a pixel density of 270ppi.

The performance aspect of the device is handled by a MediaTek Helio P35 SoC. This 12nm chipset is an octa-core CPU with a maximum clock speed of 2.35GHz. This is paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of eMMC 5.1 storage which is expandable via a dedicated microSD card slot.

Handling the graphic duties is the PowerVR GE8320 GPU.

Camera:

The single-camera to the back is a 13MP f/2.2 shooter with PDAF that can record 1080p videos at 30fps. The selfie shooter is a 5MP f/1.8 camera.

Software and Connectivity:

On the software side of things, the Vivo Y1s runs Funtouch 10.5 based on Android 10. For connectivity, the Vivo Y1s gets Bluetooth 5.0 and 4G alongside Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, and hotspot support.

Vivo Y1s specs :

Body: 155.1 x 75.1 x 8.3 mm, 161g

Display: 6.22 inches IPS LCD, 720 x 1520 pixels

Chipset: MediaTek Helio P35

CPU: Octa-core (4×2.3 GHz Cortex A53 & 4×1.8 GHz Cortex A53)

GPU: PowerVR GE8320

Memory: 32GB 2GB RAM

OS: Android 10, Funtouch OS 10.5

Rear Camera: 13MP f/2.2

Video: [email protected]

Front Camera: 5MP

Video: [email protected]

Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 4030mAh battery

USB: microUSB 2.0, USB OTG support

Colors: Aurora Blue, Olive Black

Battery:

The Vivo Y1s draws power off of a non-removable 4030mAh Li-ion cell.

Pricing and Availability:

The Vivo Y1s has been priced at NRs.12,999 with two color options- Aurora Blue and Olive Black and is available all across Nepal via retail outlets and Vivo exclusive stores.

PUBG server in Nepal: What can you expect?

In terms of games that blew out of proportion, you can’t miss PUBG– the online battle royale game that had users swarming in like crazy. If you are amongst the numerous PUBG players, there’s some good news for you. The popular esports title regardless of oddities had some of our national teams been able to achieve a place of their own in PUBG tournaments.

Finally, Nepal’s biggest ISP Worldlink which contributes to 10 Gbps of bandwidth out of our total bandwidth usage is testing a local PUBG server for Nepal. This isn’t the first time that Worldlink has done something like this, as previously Worldlink has installed 20 CDN servers for TikTok to eradicate the complaints regarding latency. Here’s what it means for you.

Also Read: Is your computer Windows 11 compatible? Know how to check compatibility

What is CDN?

In order to fully understand what’s happening, you’ll have to know what CDN is. CDN stands for Content Delivery Network and it isn’t just another content hosting platform and doesn’t aim to replace web hosting but rather improves a website’s performance. There are plenty of grounds that it covers but let’s not indulge in that. Here, as in the case of PUBG- it means lower latency and a strong connection altogether or to put it into the language of PUBG- lower ping (ms).

Lower Latency?

Gamers would know how latency impacts the overall gameplay experience and in competitive esports titles like PUBG, it can be a win or lose decider. Using a distant server means delayed response time as the inputs take some time for the server to register and respond accordingly. Having a local server will minimize the traffic and overall response time. Tencent hasn’t mentioned which traffic it will handle but hopefully, this will make a significant difference. We’re saying hopefully, as there are only 2 nodes assigned for this task for testing and if the test is successful there will be 10 nodes for the task – we’ll be able to know if that actually made any difference at all.

Where do we currently stand?

Currently, the response that Nepali gamers receive is from one of the PUBG data centers located in Hongkong, Mumbai, Japan, etc. These servers handle the traffic but as we mentioned earlier, the response time isn’t as great as let’s say as someone connected to a local server would normally get.

What these locally added servers might bring?

These locally added servers might bring down the latency or the ping. While a ping below 100ms is respectable, for competitive gaming, 20ms or below is what we need to hit for the smooth gameplay experience we sought. Currently, Worldlink is carrying out its tests with 2 nodes assigned to the server. This hasn’t made that big a difference yet but Worldlink has planned to set up 10 nodes assigned to the server- and this might play a pivotal role in Nepali gaming.

Nevertheless, this is one great initiative to look forward to. While we do have to wait sometime before we see this in action, Worldlink has definitely stepped in the right direction and it might pave the way for budding gamers.

What is Google Chrome Privacy Sandbox?

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“Google Chrome”- something that we all are quite familiar with. “Google Chrome Privacy Sandbox”- something you might have not heard of. Regardless of whether you’re familiar with the Google Chrome Privacy Sandbox, we all have our concerns regarding our online privacy. With the intent to put a leash on online ad tracking, Google’s Chrome Privacy Sandbox was recently launched. This is a cookie-less solution for Chrome users without actually hampering the advertiser while keeping your privacy intact.

Here’s how it might be of significant value for you netizens and is it any better?

Cookies:

Cookies are simple text files that contain bits of user information. For instance, the items in your online shopping cart stay there until you manually delete them off there. But it isn’t that dead simple and there are two types of Cookies- First-Party and Third-Party. First-Party Cookies contain your login details, language preferences, items added to the cart, etc. These basically contribute to a more refined user experience.

Next up, is Third-Party Cookies are mainly trackers that track your online activities to display targeted ads to you. And if you wonder how you get displayed a t-shirt ad when you were actually looking forward to getting one, this is how it happens.

Why does Google want to Block Third-Party Cookies?

There’s more than what meets the eye and this holds true for cookies as well. Third-party cookies can be used to collect user data and since data in the modern days might prove hazardous if it falls into the wrong hands. There has been a rise in awareness with regards to online privacy among people that laid the foundation of new privacy laws such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, PDPA, and many others. These laws protect user privacy by limiting cookie use by third parties to some extent but an extra layer is always appreciated.

As a result of this online privacy awareness among netizens, many browsers followed the path paved by Mozilla Firefox and have hopped on to this online privacy bandwagon. This is google’s take on online privacy and that’s what Google’s Chrome Privacy Sandbox is for. In a nutshell, the move towards the Privacy Sandbox by Google is mainly to improve the privacy of users without damaging the ability to target ads.

How does Google Chrome Privacy Sandbox work?

To put it in the simplest way possible, Google’s Chrome Privacy Sandbox collects data and sorts them into groups. It controls the data that a third party gets off of your browser and ensures that your user data are safe. For ad tracking, it merges users into groups and then lets that info to the advertiser so that the ads that you see; remain relevant while your privacy remains untampered.

In order to do so, chrome uses FLoC. The FLoC service used by the browser creates a mathematical model with thousands of “cohorts”, each of which will correspond to thousands of web browsers with similar recent browsing histories. It offers a privacy-preserving mechanism for targeted ad selection. What FLoC does is that it transcribes user data into various sections called “cohorts” and these cohorts pack in multiple users’ data albeit their preferences of web content are similar. And it only lets the third-party cookies access the data that they need in order to keep your ads relevant while blocking any suspicious threats that might pose a threat to your privacy. 

How to enable/disable Sandbox on your Google Chrome?

The Privacy Sandbox option is pre-enabled by default for all Chrome users, however, if you want to manually enable/disable it, here’s how you can do it.

  • Launch Chrome
  • Click on the browser menu (three vertical ellipses on the top right corner)
  • Head over to Settings
  • Under settings, go to Privacy and Security
  • Click on Privacy Sandbox
  • Toggle it to enable/disable it

Hopefully, you found this informative and as the Privacy Sandbox serves as the middle-ground for you and the advertisers, we serve you with all the tech updates. 

Vivo V21 Pre Booking has started in Nepal

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Vivo has opened the pre-bookings for the Vivo V21. The smartphone that is supposed to be the predecessor to the V20, carries over a similar design with some spec changes underneath the hood.

Firstly, let’s get done with what perks you get if you pre-book your unit. Vivo bundles in a smartphone mount and a pair of TWS earbuds as freebies alongside your unit of the Vivo V21. to book yours, you can visit the nearest Vivo Authorized retailer where you’ll have to fill up a form and an NRs.2000 token amount. Once you’ve done that, you’re good to go. Early adopters (who haven’t pre-booked Vivo v21) making the purchase between July 20 to July 31 will also get the wireless earbuds.

With all that out of the way, let’s get into what the Vivo v21 has on offer.

Overview:

Build and Display:

The Vivo V21 gets a plastic build i.e. plastic frame and a plastic back with a glass front that wraps around the 6.44” inch AMOLED display. The display here is an E3 panel sourced from Samsung and gets a 90Hz refresh and is HDR10+ compliant.

Given that it is an AMOLED panel, the fingerprint scanner sits underneath the display itself. There’s a dew-drop notch present that accommodates the selfie shooter. The display gets a peak brightness of 800 nits (HBM-High Brightness Mode) with 500 nits in standard mode.

The back panel has been brought over from the forerunner V20 with a similar AG Matte Glass Design. Aesthetically, the Vivo V21 is a spec revamp in a v20 body. Interestingly, the thickness does vary between the color options that Vivo has on offer with the Blue variant measuring 7.92mm in thickness and weighing in at 176gms while other color options viz. Sunset Dazzle and Arctic White measure in at 7.39mm and weigh in at 177gms.

Also Read: Vivo Mobiles Price in Nepal

Underneath the Hood:

At the helm of the Vivo v21 is the MediaTek Dimensity 800U SoC. This is a 7nm chipset with two powerful Cortex-A76 cores clocked at 2.4GHz each and six power-efficient Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 2.0GHz each. This is paired with 8GB of RAM and 128/256GB of UFS 2.2. storage. Handling the graphic duties is the Mali-G57 GPU. The storage can further be expanded via micro SD but since it is a hybrid slot, you’ll have to choose between secondary storage and secondary SIM.

There are two variants- 4G and 5G of the Vivo V21 available for the international markets. But what we’re getting here is a 4G variant. Regardless of the variant, the chipset remains the same, and the only difference between them being the MODEM. Apart from that, there’s support for Dual-band wifi and Bluetooth 5.1.  

Cameras:

Moving on to the optics front, the Vivo V21 houses a triple-camera setup to the back. The primary camera is a 64MP  f/1/.8 sensor with a secondary 8MP f/2.2 ultrawide sensor with 120-degree field of view and a 2MP f/2.4 macro. The highlight here is the presence of OIS and its capability to record 4K videos at 30fps.

The selfie shooter is a 44MP f/2.0 sensor flanked with dual-LED flash. Vivo V21 can be enticing to budding vloggers, as it can shoot simultaneously with both the cameras and with OIS for the front camera as well. [email protected] is present and accounted for the front-facing camera shooter as well.

Battery:

Powering the device is a 4000mAh battery with support for 33watt fast charging which Vivo claims can get the V21 from 0 to 63% in 30 minutes.

Vivo V21 Specs:

Display: 6.44-inches AMOLED, 90Hz refresh rate, HDR10+, in-display fingerprint scanner

Resolution: FHD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels), 20:9 aspect ratio

CPU: MediaTek Dimensity 800U 5G (7nm Mobile Platform)

Memory: 8GB RAM, 128/256GB UFS 2.2 storage (expandable/ hybrid slot)

Software & UI: Android 11 with Funtouch OS 11.1 on top

Rear Camera: Triple (64MP primary with OIS, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro)

Front Camera: 44MP f/2.0 sensor, OIS, dual-LED flash

Connectivity: Dual Nano-SIM slot (Hybrid), dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS

Battery: 4000mAh with 33W (11V/3A) Fast Charging via USB C

Color Options: Sunset Dazzle, Arctic White, Dusk Blue

Pricing and Availability:

The price hasn’t been disclosed yet. But with the pre-orders ending on the 19th of July, it is only a matter of time. But to put guesses into numbers, you can expect the Vivo V21 to cost somewhere between NRs. 45,000 to NRs.50,000.