Vivo V20 Pro 5G

VIVO has released a number of VIVO V20 series models earlier this year. The new VIVO V20 (2021) has been certified by multiple regulatory agencies but has not revealed much content. However, recently, the machine has passed the GeekBench benchmark test, showing that it will use the SM6150 chipset.

VIVO V20 (2021)

The Qualcomm SM6150, the mid-range chip Snapdragon 675, has appeared in many models before. In addition, the VIVO V20 (2021) also runs Android 11 and has 8GB of RAM. There is still no more information about the other specifications of the VIVO V20 (2021), but it is expected to surpass the VIVO V20 released this year.

As for the VIVO V20 (2020), there is a big camera module on the top left corner. It resembles the X50 series camera setup. From the rear, the device looks quite premium. There seems to be a glass back and looks neat. Vivo has used gradient colors for making the V20 stand-out. There is a small Vivo branding at the bottom left of the device, other than that its pretty neat. The color options for Vivo V20 are Starry Black and Gradient Blue.

VIVO V20 (2021)

VIVO V20 Pro

Under the hood, it carries the Snapdragon 720G chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The handset brings a triple-camera setup comprising a 64MP main, 8MP ultra-wide angle lens, and 2MP macro shooter.

The current model also has a 6.44-inch display with a FHD+ resolution and a single punch-hole housing a 44MP selfie snapper. It draws power from a 4,000mAh battery with 33W flash-charge support. The device is 7.38mm thick and weighs just 171 grams.

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