In August of this year, Vivo released the V29e in India. It came with a Snapdragon 695 SoC and a 64 MP camera on the back. Now, the brand has launched a new version for the international market.
From the front, the Indian and international versions of the Vivo V29e might seem like the same phones. But there are some differences between the two. These differences range from the display to the battery capacity to the processor clock speed.
Main Differences Between Vivo V29e International and Indian Versions
The screen is the first noticeable change in the international version of Vivo V29e. While the Indian version came with a 6.78-inch panel, the international one sports a smaller 6.67-inch screen. There’s a difference in terms of peak brightness. The international version has a rating of 1150 NITS, while the Indian version features 1300 NITS.
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Moreover, the international variant doesn’t have support for HDR10+ and 1 billion colors. But both the Vivo V29e versions have AMOLED displays with 120Hz refresh rate. Also, both of them feature an in-display fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication.
The battery capacity is also different between the Vivo V29e variants. The Indian model features a 5000mAh battery, while the other comes with a 4800mAh cell. But the good news is that both have the same wired charging speed at 44W.
Besides, there are some changes in the camera configuration of the two Vivo V29e versions. The Indian version has a 64 MP shooter with OIS, 8 MP ultrawide, and a 50MP selfie sensor on the front. On the other hand, the international variant has the same configuration, but the aperture of the primary and selfie sensors is different.
Also, the international variant of the Vivo V29e has a circular smart Aura Light flash. Vivo made some changes to the processor too. The Snapdragon 695 in the international version is closed a bit higher. It also gets an IP54 rating, but there’s no microSD card slot.