Vivo Y20 and Y20i with Snapdragon 460 SoC and 5000mAh capacity battery launched in India at Rs 11,490 

Vivo Y20 - Feature Image

Vivo has launched its all-new Y20 series smartphones in India. The Vivo Y20 is launched in the county today at a starting price tag of Rs 11,490. The Y20 on the other hand priced Rs 12,990. It is the latest addition to the Vivo’s Y series in India. Let’s talk about the specifications and availability of the phone in India. 

Vivo Y20 and Vivo Y20i – Specifications

Sporting a 6.51-inch HD+ LCD display with a 20:9 aspect ratio, the company calls it a Halo iView display. With an impressive Sid-mounted fingerprint scanner, the brand claims it unlocks the phone in just 0.22 seconds. Speaking about the battery life it has a 5000mAh capacity battery with 18W fast charging support. 

On the camera front, it has a triple AI camera on the rear. The setup includes a 13MP primary lens, 2MP bokeh lens, and a macro lens with unknown resolution. On the front, it has an 8 MP selfie camera. 

The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC, which was recently introduced on the OPPO A53 smartphone. The Y20 will come with 4GB + 64GB configuration, while the Y20i will come with a 3GB + 64GB configuration. Please note the availability of the colours of the new Vivo Y series phones. 

  • Obsidian Black/ Dawn White (Y20)
  • Dawn White/ Nebule Blue (Y20i)

Both the Vivo phones will be running on the new FUnTouch OS 10.5 based on the Android 10 OS. As far as the network connectivity is concerned, it comes with a Dual SIM and Dual Standby. There is a Bluetooth 5.0 and micro USB 2.0 port. With a side-mounted fingerprint sensor placement, it claims faster unlocking. 

What do you guys think about the new Vivo Y series phones in India? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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