Vivo V20 Review

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Vivo V20 Review

In this Vivo V20 review, we will cover the specifications of this Android smartphone and see what we think of its waterdrop notch and six ′′ AMOLED HDR10 display. There is also a 44-megapixel front-facing camera, 60Hz refresh rate, and much more. Let’s get started! Here’s what to expect when you purchase this phone. Here are a few of the most notable features:

Vivo V20 has a waterdrop notch.

The Vivo V20 will sport a 44-megapixel selfie camera and triple camera setup on the back. The rear camera setup will comprise a 64-megapixel primary sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor, and a 2-megapixel monochrome sensor. A 4,000-mAh battery is expected to power the phone, and it is also said to support 33W fast charging. Its camera app is straightforward but has a good variety of features. The ultra-wide sensor will allow users to take macro shots.

The Vivo V20’s 6.44-inch display boasts a waterdrop notch, a welcome change from its predecessor’s punch hole. Unfortunately, the waterdrop notch is surrounded by fairly large bezels, so there isn’t much screen-to-body ratio. Even so, the display itself is very impressive. With an FHD+ resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio, the Vivo V20 boasts excellent contrast ratios, pronounced blacks, and wide viewing angles.

The Vivo V20 has an impressive 4,000mAh battery, which should last a full day under moderate to heavy usage. It also comes with a 33-watt fast charger, which means it will be charged in just an hour. In addition, a small water drop on the side will not affect the screen’s sensitivity. Although there’s some sensitivity, the Vivo V20 is generally a good buy. It’s a well-balanced phone and a great buy for the price.

You may want to look elsewhere if you’re looking for a cheap mid-range smartphone. The Vivo V20 is a solid performer, satisfying most of your basic needs. Its rear design is eye-catching, and its camera is impressive. The front camera is capable of both live streaming and video conferences. And with Android 11, it’s nearly bloat-free. So, it’s worth a second look.

It has a 6.44-inch AMOLED HDR10 display.

The Vivo V20 is a new smartphone released in September 2020. It measures 161.3 x 74.2 x 7.4 mm and weighs 171 grams. The display on this phone is full HD+, with an aspect ratio of 20:9. It comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660G processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of onboard storage. You can also expand the storage on the device with a microSD card.

The Vivo V20 has an excellent display. It has a 6.44-inch AMOLED HDR10 display with a high-contrast ratio and is compatible with HDR10, which enables more detailed colors. It can also shoot videos, chat on social networks, and play mobile games. In addition, the Vivo V20 runs Android 11, one of the latest operating system versions.

In addition to its large AMOLED HDR10 display, the Vivo V20 has an array of sensors. A 64-megapixel main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2-megapixel mono lens are on the phone’s rear. In addition, it has a 44-megapixel front camera and Eye Autofocus. The Vivo V20 is equipped with a 4000mAh battery that supports fast charging. As for the operating system, it runs Android 11 with Funtouch OS 11.

The Vivo V20 has a silicone protective case to protect the screen. The case does not distract from the beauty of the smartphone and is completely dust and dirt-proof. The Vivo V20 is part of the Vivo V-series, a phone series praised for its unique design. The Vivo V20 is one of the best-looking smartphones on the market.

It has a 44-megapixel selfie camera.

The Vivo V20 is an ultraslim, power-packed smartphone with a 44-megapixel front-facing camera. Vivo has always focused on striking the right balance between design, performance, and price, and this latest model follows suit. In addition to a slim design, the Vivo V20 boasts a 44-megapixel “Eye Autofocus” camera with AI-based portrait mode.

The Vivo V20 is based on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor with 8GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB of internal storage. There is a microSD card slot for extra storage, as well. The front-facing camera on the Vivo V20 has a notch shape at the top where the selfie camera sits. The screen itself has a full HD+ resolution and a 44-megapixel front-facing camera. The back of the Vivo V20 has three cameras: a 64-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2-megapixel monochrome sensor.

The front-facing camera on the Vivo V20 is an 8-megapixel multi-function camera and a 64-megapixel main sensor. This camera can capture macro, bokeh, and a 2-megapixel monochrome shot. While the selfies get all the attention, the main sensor took good detail shots and touched the color range. It’s worth mentioning that the multi-function camera also beats a dedicated sensor.

The Vivo V20 comes with a 4,000mAh battery and supports 33W fast charging. It’s available in three color variants: Midnight Jazz, Gold, and Blue. It’s priced at Rs 24,990 for the 8GB+128GB and Rs 27,990 for the 8GB+256GB variants. You can pre-book the Vivo V20 via Flipkart starting Oct. 20.

It has a 60Hz refresh rate.

The Vivo V20’s display is a good choice for anyone who needs a large screen for gaming or watching videos. It features a 60Hz refresh rate, gyroscopic EIS for both front and rear cameras, and an f/2.0 aperture. The phone also has dual cameras, allowing you to record videos in 4K resolution and 30fps. Although the phone’s screen is primarily used for entertainment, the 60Hz refresh rate will allow you to watch movies without being shaken.

Despite having a low refresh rate, the AMOLED display compensates for the low refresh rate. It has a surprisingly bright screen that is perfect for reading, writing, viewing videos, browsing the Internet, or playing games. Its pixel density is higher than most other smartphones, but it is still not as crisp or vivid as the display on the Vivo V20 Pro.

The screen refresh rate is great for gaming, although not as high as the OnePlus Nord. I played Call of Duty on the Vivo V20 for about an hour, and it felt fine. It was a little warmer when playing the game, but overall, the experience was very stable. It is also an excellent choice for everyday activities, from video recording to social networking and mobile games.

The Vivo V20’s slim frame and screen make it one of the thinnest smartphones of the year. At 7.38mm, it is slightly thicker than the Oppo F17 Pro. Despite the slimmer design, the Vivo V20 feels nice to hold, with a glossy polycarbonate frame and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The battery is charged with a 33W standard Vivo charger.

It runs on FunTouch OS 11

HMD Global unveiled the FunTouch OS 11 on the Nokia 3.4 and 2.4 smartphones. The Vivo V20 is no exception. This phone runs on Android 11 and boasts a new shell based on the “green robot” concept. Insiders in Indonesia have posted a video of the new Vivo V20 being unpacked. The Vivo V20 also runs on Android 11 and offers a variety of customization options. The phone is also free from bloatware, including Google apps, which tend to take up memory and reduce performance.

Despite being one of Thailand’s most popular operating systems, Funtouch OS has come a long way from being a brave copy of iOS. Instead, FuntouchOS 11 is based on Android 11 and feels more refined than its predecessor, a crude imitation of iOS. As such, most of the features of Android 11 are available, and you won’t be missing any of them, thanks to the new FunTouch OS 11.

The Vivo V20 series is among the first smartphones to ship with Android 11 OS. FunTouch OS 11 is a custom version of Android 11 that’s optimized for everyday mobile tasks. It’s also compatible with IQOO 3 in India. As with Android, this new version of the operating system is available to both existing Vivo smartphones and those that are brand new. However, if you have a Vivo phone running FunTouch OS 11, you may want to wait until the official rollout.

As far as display quality is concerned, the Vivo V20 is one of the best in this price range. Its 6.44-inch AMOLED FHD+ panel delivers bright, lifelike colors, and its dimensions are just right for reading. Of course, it could do without the chin or teardrop notch, but the display is still a big advantage. In terms of screen-to-surface ratio, it’s the best in the market.

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