Vivo Smartphones are always known for their design and camera features. Vivo has launched yet another mid-ranger in Nepal, the Vivo V21e. At the price tag of Rs.39,999, Vivo is competing with another Samsung’s mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy M62. So, today let’s compare Samsung Galaxy M62 with the Vivo V21e, along with their Pros and Cons.
Samsung Galaxy M62 vs Vivo V21e – Specs Comparison
|Samsung Galaxy M62||Vivo V21e|
|Display||6.7 inch, FHD+, Super AMOLED with 60Hz refresh rate||6.44 inch, FHD+, AMOLED, 60Hz|
|Processor||Exynos 9825, 7nm, Octa-core at 2.73Ghz, Mali-G76 MP12 GPU||Snapdragon 720G, 8nm, Octa-core at 2.3Ghz, Adreno 618 GPU|
|Memory||6GB RAM +128GB ROM
8GB RAM + 128GB ROM
|8GB RAM + 128GB ROM|
|Software||Android 11, One UI 3.1||Android 11,Funtouch OS 11.1|
|Camera||Quad Rear Camera
64 MP, f/1.8, primary
12 MP, f/2.2, ultrawide 123˚
5 MP, f/2.4, macro
5MP depth sensor
32MP f/2.2, (wide)
|Triple Rear Camera
64 MP, f/1.9, (wide),, PDAF
8 MP, f/2.2, 120˚,(ultrawide), AF
2 MP, f/2.4, (macro)
44 MP, f/2.0, (wide), AF
Fast charging 25W
Fast Charging 33W
|Price||6GB+128GB – Rs. 39,999/-
8GB+128GB – Rs. 42,999/-
|8GB+128 – Rs. 39,999/-|
Design & Display
If you are someone who prefers a thin and light device in your hand, then Vivo V21e might be the one you would like. Nevertheless, Galaxy M62 is also quite heavy, due to the fact it comes with a 7000mAh battery. The protection on the display is not quite specified, while the back of both devices is made up of plastic. Vivo V21e takes the crown when it comes to design.
Talking about the display, Both phones come with an AMOLED panel but Samsung Galaxy M62 has a bit larger display among both of the devices. Talking about the refresh rate we get standard 60Hz on both of these devices. Despite having an AMOLED display, Samsung Galaxy M62 does not have an under-display fingerprint scanner whereas on vivo V21e you get this feature.
Camera & Software
Samsung Galaxy M62 packs a quad-camera setup at the back. We get a 64MP f/1.8 main lens along with a 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide, 5MP macro shooter, and a 5MP depth sensor. While at the front we get a 32 MP, f/2.2 lens. So, M62 can also shoot 4K videos at 30fps from the front camera.
Whereas Vivo V21e we get an exceptional front camera setup with a 44MP f/2.2 sensor with Auto Focus and can capture 4K video up to 30fps. While on the rear we get 64MP f/1.9, a primary camera with PDAF along with an 8MP ultra-wide and a 2MP depth sensor. Both Samsung Galaxy M62 and Vivo V21e can record videos up to 4K at 30fps from both rear and front cameras.
Talking about the software, both of these devices are running on Android 11 OS. Samsung has also promised 2 major android OS update and Android security update up to 3 years on their mid-range smartphone. Whereas vivo V21e might only get 1 major Android OS update in the future.
Performance and Battery
Talking about the performance, Samsung Galaxy M62 packs an old flagship SoC from the Galaxy Note 10. It is a 7nm SoC and still offers powerful performance than many mid-range smartphones. For the GPU we get Mali-G76 MP12 GPU along with 128GB internal storage and 6GB or 8GB RAM.
While on the Vivo V21e we get Snapdragon 720G along with Adreno 618 GPU and 8GB RAM. So, you can expect decent performance from these devices. It can handle the regular task easily and also gaming under medium graphics settings. But if you are looking for better performance and Gaming at this price then M62 is the better choice than the V21e.
For the battery, we get a massive 7000mAh cell on the Galaxy M62 with 25W fast charging and it can provide you 2 days of endurance under normal use. Whereas Vivo V21e has a 4000mAh battery and supports 33W fast-charging.
Samsung Galaxy M62 vs Vivo V21e – Price in Nepal
We get two variants of M62, where 8GB+128GB retails for Rs.42,999 and 6GB+128GB will cost you Rs.39,999. Whereas we only get an 8GB+128GB variant of the V21e at Rs. 39,999.
Samsung Galaxy M62 vs Vivo V21e – Pros & Cons
Samsung Galaxy M62
- Better rear camera setup
- Powerful Processor
- 7000mAh large battery
- 2 major android OS update & a 3-year Android security update
- A bit heavy and bulky
- Lightweight at just 171 gm
- 4K recording and Auto Focus on Front Camera
- Numerous Camera Features
- 33W fast charging
- 2K cheaper than the Galaxy M62 (8GB variant)
- Only 4000mAh battery
- Decent Performance