After debuting in Thailand last month, Vivo V20 is finally launched in India today. It is the new member of the company’s V series that already includes Vivo V17 Pro, Vivo V17 (Review), Vivo V19 and more. The highlight of Vivo V20 includes its 44 MP front camera and 64 MP triple rear camera setup. The company also boasts about the sleek design since it is only 7.4 mm thick. The smartphone is powered by the Snapdragon 720G processor.
Vivo V20 With 4K Selfie Video Launched – Details Inside
Just ahead of the festive season, Vivo has introduced Vivo V20 as the latest addition to its camera focused V-series portfolio. The Highlights of the V20 include 44 MP Eye-Auto focus selfie camera, Slimmest phone (7.38mm) of the year, and Snapdragon 720G. The Smartphone will be available in three color options – Midnight Jazz, Sunset Melody, and Moonlight Sonata.
Vivo V20 Specifications
Vivo V20 sports 6.44-inch AMOLED FHD+ Halo Full View Display with resolution of (1,080 x 2,400) pixels. The display also houses a traditional water drop style notch at the top and supports an in-display fingerprint sensor. Under the hood, it is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor and mated to 8GB RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage (further expandable up to 1TB)
In terms of Camera, Vivo V20 gets a triple camera setup at the rear. It sports a 64 MP primary camera, an 8 MP triple-purpose lens, and a 2 MP mono camera. The rear cameras support modes such as dual video, ultra-stable mode, Motion Autofocus, Night mode, etc. Moving towards USP of smartphone-its 44 MP selfie camera. It is supported by the Steadiface Selfie Video feature, which stabilizes the subject while shooting videos through an advanced algorithm. The V20 front camera is also packed with a host of additional features—Art Portrait videos, Slo-Mo Selfie Video, 4K Selfie Video, and Super Night Selfie 2.0 with Aura Screen light.
Vivo V20 supports dual SIM (Nano) and runs on Funtouch OS 11 based on Android 11 out of the box. For power, the smartphone comes with a 4,000 mAh battery that supports quick charge. The 33W FlashCharge inside the box can replenish the battery to 65%, claims the company. The connectivity features include WiFi, Bluetooth, USB Type C and 3.5 mm jack, etc.
Vivo V20 brings 44MP eye autofocus selfie camera, Android 11 software for Rs 24,990
Vivo has launched V20- its latest smartphone in V series in India. The new Vivo phone has the triple rear cameras along with a water drop-style display notch and it is the first phone that will run on Android 11 out-of-the-box in India. The company said that the V20 handset boasts of 33W fast charging support. The smartphone was introduced by the company on the global platform last month where the Vivo V20 Pro was also launched.
In India, the starting price of Vivo V20 has been set at Rs 24,990. The phone will have a base 8GB + 128GB storage variant. The other option with the 256GB storage is priced at Rs 27,990. The handset will have three colour options including Midnight Jazz, Sunset Melody, and Moonlight Sonata. According to Vivo, the pre-booking for the V20 has started and the online sales for the same will begin from October 20. Customers will be able to buy the phone online via Flipkart and the Vivo online store across the country. On an offline mode, the phone can be purchased from retail channels- Croma, Vijay Sales, Reliance Digital, Poorvika, Big C, Sangeetha, and from the Vivo Exclusive Stores. The launch offers given by the company via online channels includes a V-Shield mobile protection, no-cost EMI options for up to 12 months and an additional exchange discount of up to Rs 2,500.
Vivo V20 First Impressions
Smartphones have gotten bulkier over the years. The average battery capacity has grown, and phones such as the Samsung Galaxy M51 even come with a 7,000mAh battery. If you don’t like where the smartphone industry is headed, Vivo has some relief for you in the form of the slim new Vivo V20. Is design the only thing that Vivo has focused on? I got my hands on the Vivo V20, and here are my first impressions.
One thing that’s unusual here is that Vivo has been naming its smartphones using only odd numbers.In the V series, we’ve had the Vivo V15, Vivo V17, and most recently, the V19. So is 2020 the year that changes this as well? It certainly looks like it.
The Vivo V20 is named differently and the company has taken a new design approach. The new V20 is a slimmer than the Vivo V19 (Review), and drops the hole-punch camera in favour of a dewdrop notch, which feels like a step back. Turn the V20 around and you might think that it’s design is inspired by the Vivo X50 (Review) series, with a stepped design for the camera module. The V20 sports a triple camera setup with the primary camera on top and the other two right below it. However, unlike the Vivo X50 Pro (Review), there is no gimbal stabilisation system here. The camera module has a silver accent which looks premium.
vivo V20 in for review
Just today, vivo brought the vivo V20 to the Indian market. Priced at INR 24,990 and INR 27,990 for the 8/128GB and 8/256GB variant, respectively, the vivo V20 is seemingly a great value proposition, but we’ll now get the chance to try it and see if that’s indeed the case.
The unit comes packed with all the accessories you could want – a 33W charger, USB-A to USB-C cable, USB-C headphones and a complimentary silicone case.