On April 11th, Gizcoupon reported a new model “Vivo V2252” on GeekBench. The device is powered by a MediaTek MT6765V/CB processor, which should be the MediaTek Helio G37 processor. The processor has 4+4 architecture with primary cores clocked at 2.30GHz and other four cores clocked at 1.80GHz. The benchmark results show that the device will be available with 4GB of RAM.
As per the report, the new smartphone has recently passed certification from the Indonesian TKDN website, with certificate number 2587/SJ-IND.8/TKDN/3/2023 and reference number TKDN – 2300376-44716. The certification document reveals that the device is a 4G smartphone that supports both 4G FDD-LTE and 4G TDD-LTE.
The Vivo V2252 seems to pack a powerful punch in terms of processing speed, with the Helio G37 being a robust processor designed for mid-range smartphones. With the primary cores clocked at 2.30GHz, the device should deliver smooth and fast performance. It is also great to see that the smartphone will have 4GB of RAM. It should provide ample support for running multiple applications simultaneously.
The Vivo smartphone’s appearance on the GeekBench benchmark database suggests that the device is in the final stages of development and may soon be released into the market. There’s no official confirmation from the Chinese smartphone maker yet, but fans are eagerly anticipating its launch.