Vivo U20 Review

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In the wake of propelling a couple of good smartphones in the mid-run segment, Chinese brand Vivo appears to have moved its focus to a beginning extent with the Vivo U20, which features Snapdragon 675 SoC, full-HD+ display, and 5,000mAh battery. Among the most ideal options in the simply above-Rs 10,000 value go at present are Realme 5, Redmi’s Note 8, and a couple of others.
Design and display
Its 6.53-inch display and 193g weight make the Vivo U20 slightly cumbersome and somewhat hard to hold for simple use. The plastic board at the back has a glossy completion and draws in fingerprints. Be that as it may, it’s thrilling frame gives it a smooth look. On the back, there is a triple-camera set-up and fingerprint sensor simply above the centre. The power and volume buttons, too, are well close enough.
It is somewhat astounding that Vivo has gone for a Micro-USB port on the U20, particularly when each other smartphone nowadays sports a USB Type-C port. The 3.5mm headphone jack and the loudspeaker sit at their conventional positions.
The full-HD+ display, with a 1080 x 2340 resolution, may not be the best in business however tolls well, considering the value point.
Performance and battery
The Vivo U20 is outfitted with a Fun touch OS 9.2, running on top of the Android 9 Pie operating framework. The interface looks clean and navigation is simple, something we really like in Fun touch OS. The Snapdragon 675 SoC is a welcome component of the U20. The chipset makes it simple for you to perform multiple tasks, and you don’t face glitches or falters in any event, during gaming sessions. Ordinary operations are smooth and there are not any hiccups overall — in the 6GB RAM variation in any event.
However, there is a lot of preinstalled bloatware; it’s smarter to dispose of them before they begin spamming you with notifications.
The phone comes with 4GB RAM + 64GB Storage and 6GB RAM + 64GB Storage configurations; the storage can be expanded to up to 256GB utilizing a micro SD card.
Vivo U20 also features Bluetooth 5, a 5,000 mAh battery, and an 18W quick charger.
An Ultra Game mode limits interruptions and improves performance in case you’re playing an overwhelming game. We didn’t discover any trouble while playing Call of Duty or PUBG. The standard setting may not work well overall, though; you may need to change realistic settings to locate the best one for your experience.
Face recognition in the U2 is brisk, and the fingerprint sensor works well.
The 5,000-mAh battery in the Vivo U20 supports substantial utilization. It effectively endures a day and a half on a solitary, even with performing various tasks and gaming. It takes around two hours for the phone to charge completely.
The Vivo U20 comes with 16MP+8MP+2MP AI triple rear camera with a Sony IMX499 sensor and electronic image stabilization. It also has a 16MP selfie camera. The cameras produce satisfactory pictures. The grains do not spoil the image, particularly in testing conditions.
The wide-angle camera could have been something more, though. Much the same as other Vivo phones, the shots from a short-range look not too bad, yet the obscuring may not be well in every one of them.
We also clicked some shots around evening time and the camera had a normal output. You may in any case get some good shots from the camera set-up, provided you know a stunt or two with the settings.
Final Verdict
Estimated at the Rs 10,990 (4GB RAM + 64GB storage variation) and Rs 11,990 (6GB RAM+ 64GB variation), the Vivo U20 is a good performer and offers an extraordinary battery reinforcement. The camera may not intrigue all, however, some shots come out well overall. The phone isn’t substantial in your pocket. Considering a forceful estimating and performance, this could well be a good option in the financial plan smartphone segment.

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