Vivo V2044 appears in EEC and Geekbench with Helio P35 and 3 GB RAM

Some of these devices are expected to be the Vivo X60 Premium series and the Vivo V20 series.

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo is expected to launch 11 smartphones by April. Some of these devices are expected to be the Vivo X60 Premium series and the Vivo V20 series. The list may also include models from the cheaper Vivo Y series. Now one of these cheaper devices has been seen on Geekbench and EEC.

Vivo V2044 on Geekbench and already received EEC certification.

• Helio P35
• Android 11
• 3 GB RAMhttps: // # VivoY20 # Android11 ​​#Mediatek # HelioP35 #EEC

– Theprtech (@theprtech) February 23, 2021

According to the tweet above, a Vivo smartphone with the model number V2044 has received EEC certification. Rumor has it that this device may be a Vivo Y-series smartphone. This is because the model number differs from the Vivo Y20 (2021) only by a single digit number (V2043). So this could be a successor or an updated version of the already official phone.

According to Geekbench, this smartphone is also powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 chipset. The smartphone has 3 GB of RAM and runs with FuntouchOS 11 based on Android 11 ex works. However, other memory configurations can also be used.

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In terms of its score, the phone registers 137 points in the single-core test and 451 points in the multi-core test.

Although nothing more is known about this device, we can assume that the Vivo V2044 will have a large HD + screen, triple camera configuration, large battery, dual SIM card, MicroSD card slot, and 3.5 Jack headphone socket has mm.

At the end of January, a Vivo phone with the model number V2045 could be seen on the Geekbench benchmarking platform with the new chipset. The same device has also been approved by the Bluetooth SIG authority. These model numbers are all very similar. However, we will wait for more information. Going through the Geekbench test platform can, as usual, indicate that the launch is about to happen.

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