Vivo U20 Review

Vivo U20 Review

Vivo U20 review: We saw the Vivo U20 test, so let's now provide you with detailed information about the Vivo U20.

Vivo U20 review: Vivo launched the Vivo U10 smartphone in the Indian market in September to compete with Xiaomi and Realme. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor was used in the Vivo U10 as the Redmi Note 8 and Realme 5. After the Vivo U10, the company launched the Vivo U20 on the market. The powerful Snapdragon 675 processor was used for speed and multitasking in the Vivo U20. We saw the Vivo U20 test, so let's now give you detailed information about the Vivo U20.

Design Vivo U20
When we came to the Vivo U10, we found that it was heavy, and now the company's new Vivo U20 is also not much different. It weighs 193 grams, and the thickness is 8.9 millimeters. The display size has grown, the Vivo U20 has a 6.53-inch IPS LCD panel.

There are thin bezels on the edges. Vivo claims that the screen-to-body ratio is 90.3%. We found that the display on the street is quite bright, and its viewing angles are also good. Remember that the Vivo U10 had an HD + display, while the Vivo U20 had a Full-HD + panel.

The back panel of the Vivo U20 is flat, but the edges are curved, making the phone easy to hold in your hand. This Vivo brand phone has a plastic back cover and bezel. The back panel has a glossy surface, fingerprints also fall easily.

We found that the power and volume buttons are slightly up. Instead of USB Type-C in the Vivo U20, the company used a micro-USB port. There is also a 3.5 mm headphone jack and speaker with micro-USB port. There are three rear cameras on the back of the phone, let us know that the camera module has appeared a bit.

Vivo U20 Specifications and Software

The Vivo U20 also has some impressive hardware, such as a smartphone equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor. This chipset was also used in the Redmi Note 7 Pro (review), released earlier this year. Vivo U20 also did not encounter any problems during games and multitasking.

With this processor, the Vivo U20 has 64 GB of memory with 4 GB and 6 GB of RAM. It is worth noting that Vivo provided UFS 2.1 storage. For information, let us know that with a microSD card you can increase the memory capacity up to 256 GB.

Speaking of the Vivo U20 Price in India, the price of 4 GB of RAM + 64 GB of storage option for the Vivo U20 is 10,990 rupees. Its 6 GB of RAM + 64 GB storage option costs 11,990 rupees. There are two color options for the Vivo U20: Racing Black and Blaze Blue.

We have a racing black version of the Vivo U20 available for review. If you like the gradient finish, then you might like the Blaze Blue color option. To connect, the Vivo U20 includes dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, four satellite navigation systems and an FM radio.

Vivo U20 has a battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh, a twin-engine 18-volt fast charger will be built into the box. The Vivo U20 smartphone runs on Funtouch 9.2 OS based on Android Pie. This Vivo brand smartphone has a lot of bloat.

The phone has applications such as EasyShare, Gamecenter, Gaana, Amazon, Hello, Dailyhunt, Opera, Facebook, WhatsApp, WPS Office. Please report that some of these applications send spam notifications. In QuickTOS, you must swipe down from the top of the screen to quickly switch.

Let us know that if you want Vivo U20 users, you can also change the animation for the user interface themes, charging and face recognition. The Vivo Smart Assistant Jovi will be built-in. The Vivo U20 will also receive parental control along with Google’s digital well-being.

The smartphone also has some smart features, such as “Raise to Wake up” and “Alphabet” on the lock screen. Vivo has set motorcycle mode for the phone. If you are on the move, he will reject all your incoming calls and will automatically send an SMS to the caller. The Vivo U20 also has an ultra-game mode that comes with features such as auto-play off-screen, which means it lets you start the game even when the display is off.

Vivo U20 Performance and Battery Life

The Vivo U20 managed to get our attention due to its aggressive price and powerful processor. The Snapdragon 675 processor was first released on the Redmi Note 7 Pro and at that time was the most powerful processor in the price segment of less than 15,000 rupees. Now this chipset has also been introduced in the Vivo U20.

The phone did not slow down while scrolling in the Vivo U20 user interface, nor did it hang during multitasking between applications. We are considering a Vivo U20 variant with 6 GB of RAM, so we had no problems during multitasking, and switching between applications was smooth.

The fingerprint sensor on the back of the Vivo U20 and the face unlock feature on your smartphone allow you to quickly unlock your phone. The speaker of this Vivo brand smartphone is also not very sharp. We saw PUBG