Smartphones are becoming bulkier through recent years. The ordinary battery capacity has increased, and telephones like the Samsung Galaxy M51 come with a 7,000mAh battery. If you do not like where the smartphone sector is led, Vivo has any aid for you in the shape of the slim new Vivo V20. Is layout the sole thing which Vivo has concentrated on?
1 thing that’s odd here is that Vivo was naming its mobiles with just strange numbers. In the V series, we have experienced the Vivo V15, Vivo V17, and most lately, the V19. What’s 2020 the year that affects this too? It sure looks like that.
The Vivo V20 is called otherwise and the firm has obtained a new design strategy. The brand new V20 is a thinner compared to the Vivo V19 (Inspection ), also drops the hole-punch camera in favour of a dewdrop top-notch, which resembles a step backwards.
Switch the V20 about and you may believe that it’s layout is motivated by the Vivo X50 (Overview ) string, using a layout for your camera module. The V20 sports a double camera set up together with the principal camera on top along with another two right below it.
But, unlike the Vivo X50 Guru (Inspection ), there’s not any gimbal stabilisation system. The camera module includes a silver accent that looks premium.
The colour varies from blue to purple to orange as light strikes it in various angles, and it’s certainly eye-catching than other choices. This version is a bit thicker in 7.48mm (in comparison to 7.38mm) and weighs 1g over another two. Vivo has gone with a glass rear that feels superior, and has a matte finish that does not bring in fingerprints.
This phone also comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The volume and power buttons are all on the right and are simple to achieve even with only handed usage. The power button has a textured finish that makes it effortless to differentiate from the volume switches.
Vivo provides 128GB and 256GB storage versions of this Vivo V20. If this is not sufficient, storage is expandable with a whopping 1TB with this smartphone. You’ll need to pay out Rs. 24,990 to your bottom version and Rs. 27,990 for its greater version of this Vivo V20.
Concerning applications, the Vivo V20 is among those few smartphones to operate Android 11 from the box. Vivo ships the V20 using Funtouch OS 11 working along with Android 11, and my device had the September Android security limitation.
The UI felt comfortable and simple to use. There are a couple of preinstalled programs on the Vivo V20, also it will recommend downloading a couple of others during installation, which I skipped.
If you’re considering the battery capability, you will be delighted to know that Vivo has been able to package in a 4,000mAh battery life. Though this is smaller compared to a number of the other mobiles I’ve tested lately, it may nevertheless be considered average for a smartphone.
You also receive a 33W FlashCharge USB Type-C fast charger in the box.
It looks that the phone is very good in its first impressions. But it is not the final product. More has to come out. This phone reminds me of the Poco X2 which was released earlier this year.