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vivo V27 5G visits Geekbench with 12GB of RAM, unknown MediaTek chipset



Back in November of last year a leak talked about vivo launching the V27 and V27 Pro in India sometime this month. Today the V27 has allegedly showed up in the Geekbench online database, and thus is seemingly solidifying the credibility of that past information, since prototypes are usually tested closer to their official introductions.

The phone which ran Geekbench has the model number V2246, and it runs Android 13, unsurprisingly. Perhaps somewhat more surprising is the fact that it has 12GB of RAM, which is not something you see often on a mid-ranger. The chipset isn’t listed, but due…



Article Source: Gizbot

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