Vivo V20 Review and Specifications. The Vivo V20 is the most recent attempt by the company to create a sensible mid-range smartphone. It was the higher prices in the past that stopped us from approving previous budget phones from vivo. But the V20 tends to be reasonably priced this time around when looking for a distinct market positioning that makes it stand out.
With over-the-top specs, except that it has an AMOLED monitor, fast charging, and a decent chipset, the Vivo V20 does not particularly impress. However, its true strength comes when you keep the handset. With an uncommon but clean and premium style, the handset is a true fashion statement. Even the bump of the camera is very different from other phones out there.
Vivo V20 Specs:
Body: 161.3×74.2×7.4 mm, 171 g; front of glass and back of the glass
Display: 6.44 “AMOLED, resolution 1080x2400px, aspect ratio 20:9, 409ppi.
Chipset: Snapdragon 720 G (8 nm) Qualcomm SM7125: Octa-core (2×2.3 GHz Kryo 465 Gold & 6×1.8 GHz Kryo 465 Silver); Adreno 618.
Memory: 8GB RAM 128GB ROM, 8GB RAM 256GB ROM microSDXC (dedicated slot).
OS/Software: Function 11, Android 11.
Main Camera: Wide (main): 64 MP, f/1.9, 26 mm, 1/1.72, “0.8μm, PDAF; Ultra wide angle: 8 MP, f/2.2, 120, 16 mm, 1/4.0”, 1.12μm, AF; Depth: 2 MP, f/2.4; Dual-LED dual-tone flash, HDR, panorama.
Front Camera: 44Mp f/2.0,(Wide),AF,HDR.
Vedio Capture:4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps, gyro-EIS, rear camera; 4K@30fps, 1080p@30fps, gyro-EIS, front camera.
Battery And Charging: 4000mAh; 33W FlashCharge.
Mics: Fingerprint (optical, under display), NFC (market-dependent), FM radio.
Creation and ergonomics:
As we already mentioned, the main selling point of the Vivo V20 is the design and relative compactness. Tipping the scale at 171 grams, in a sea of behemoth Android smartphones, the handset is a breath of fresh air. And it is probably the thinnest Android phone we’ve tested in 2020, with a thickness of just 7.4 mm.
However, with a 6.44-inch diagonal, the screen is not exactly small, but the very tall 20:9 particle size slims down the device just enough so that it doesn’t feel like a cutting board in your pocket. It is possible to use the system with just one hand, even for users with hands smaller than normal.
As with most phones nowadays, the Vivo V20 ‘s screen is not flat. Instead, with just a 2.5D curve around the edges, it is completely smooth to make the transition between the glass and the side frame seamless.
But if you’re not in trend, it’s going to be difficult for the Vivo V20 to satisfy you when you have similarly priced competitors from Xiaomi, Realme, and even Samsung. Typically, the former two are the ones you would expect to give the best bang for the buck, especially in India, where the Vivo V20 is targeted.