Vivo V20 is the first phone with Android 11 out of the box in India; starts at Rs. 24,990

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A few weeks since its global debut, Vivo has finally launched the V20 in India. It is the first phone to bring Android 11 out of the box in the country. It also vaunts to be the slimmest phone in the segment with a mere 7.38mm thickness. Within that slender profile, it has assembled very notable hardware.

Here, take a look.

Vivo V20 Features

In the front, there’s a 6.44″ FHD+ AMOLED display with a dewdrop notch. Inside this indent lies a 44MP camera for selfies and up to 4K at 30fps videos. By the back, there’s a triple-cam setup including a 64MP main sensor, 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP depth lens for portraits. Here too, you get to shoot 4K at 30 fps.

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Unlock the device using the under-display fingerprint reader or face unlock to experience Android 11 based FunTouch 11 software. This is laid on top of the Snapdragon 720G processor, Adreno 618 GPU, and 4000mAh battery. The package comes with a 33W charger.

The phone also offers WiFi, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, NFC, USB-C, 3.5mm jack, and dedicated memory card expansion.

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Vivo V20 Price and Availability

Vivo has priced the phone’s 8+128GB variant at Rs. 24,990 and 8+256GB model at Rs. 27,990 in India. You can buy the V20 via Flipkart during the Big Billion Days sale starting Oct 20. Pre-bookings begin from today, ie Oct 13.

Vivo V20 SE will be coming soon.

Vivo V20 specification

ModelVivo V20
Display6.44-inch sAMOLED FHD + resolution, notch display
SoftwareAndroid 11 based FunTouch OS
The processorOcta-core snapdragon 720G
The battery4000mAh, 33W fast charging support
RAMUp to 8GB
StorageUp to 128GB
Rear camera64MP + 8MP + 2MP
Front camera44MP
Other features3.5mm audio jack, dual 4G dual VoLTE, in-display fingerprint sensor
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