Vivo today presented two new affordable smartphones in India, the Y20 and the Y20i, which will be launched there for the equivalent of just 130 and 150 euros respectively. For this you get the relatively new Snapdragon 460 and a large 5000mAh battery.
After Oppo presented the A53, one of the first smartphones with the new Snapdragon 460, yesterday, Vivo released two more models today, the Y20 and the Y20i, which also use the new processor. The Y20 costs the equivalent of 150 euros in India, while the Y20i only costs the equivalent of 130 euros.
For these prices you get a 6.51-inch IPS display, which has a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels and a waterdrop notch in the middle. The latter hides an 8 MP selfie camera. On the other hand, a triple camera setup is used on the rear, which consists of a 13 MP main sensor and two 2 MP cameras, each of which is responsible for macro shots and for calculating depth information. Experience has shown that it would have been more effective at this point if the manufacturer had concentrated on a single good main sensor. The fingerprint scanner is on the side of both models.
Inside, Vivo relies on the rather young Snapdragon 460. The two models differ slightly in terms of storage equipment. The Y20 has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory, while the Y20i has to be content with 3 GB of RAM. The battery capacity of both variants is 5000mAh, but the Y20 charges a little faster than the Y20i with 18 watts. FuntouchOS 10.5, which is based on the current Android 10, is preinstalled as the operating system.
In summary, the Vivo Y20 and Y20i are two very interesting smartphones in their price range that could convince some customers with their new processor and good storage capacity. Unfortunately, it is not yet clear whether and when the models will also be available in Europe. However, one can assume that these would be a bit more expensive in this country.