vivo launched the V29e in August in India with the Snapdragon 695 SoC and 64MP camera. Now, the brand has launched a new version for the international markets with some changes in design and specs.
For starters, the international vivo V29e packs a smaller AMOLED screen (6.67″ vs. 6.78″) with lower peak brightness (1,150 nits vs. 1,300 nits). It also doesn’t support 1 billion colors and HDR10+ but has a 120Hz refresh rate and a fingerprint reader underneath for biometric authentication.
Another significant difference is in the battery department. The Indian vivo V29e has a 5,000 mAh battery, while the global model packs a 4,800 mAh cell. However, both have the same wired charging speed – 44W.
There are some differences in the cameras as well. Both versions feature three cameras – 64MP primary (with OIS), 8MP ultrawide, and 50MP selfie. But, the aperture of the primary and selfie shooters is different. And so is the flash – the international V29e sports the circular Smart Aura Light flash.
The international vivo V29e also doesn’t have a microSD card slot but comes with an IP54 rating. Besides, the Kryo 660 Silver core in its Snapdragon 695 chip is clocked a tad higher (1.8 GHz vs. 1.7 GHz). The international V29e is also 0.1mm thicker and 9g heavier than its Indian counterpart.
Indian vivo V29e • International vivo V29e
The global vivo V29e comes in three colors depending on the region – black, blue, and gold. It’s listed on vivo Thailand’s website with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, but its pricing and availability for the Southeast Asian country are unknown.
In Bangladesh, the vivo V29e comes in 8GB/256GB configuration and is available in gold and black colors through vivo’s Bangladeshi website for BDT36,999 ($340/€315/INR28,090).
You can head this way for a detailed specs comparison of Indian and international vivo V29e.
Source 1 (in Thai), Source 2