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Vivo Y20 will come with Snapdragon 460, may launch in India soon


Vivo Y20 with Snapdragon 460 spotted online, may launch soon

new Delhi. Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is working on its new smartphone Y20 which is likely to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 chipset. Recently, the Vivo Y20 model V2027 was introduced on the Geekbench benchmarking platform, revealing some details. Its listing shows that the device will run on Android 10 OS and it will be equipped with 4 GB RAM. As per the GSMA Arena report, the smartphone is likely to run on Android 10 OS and will feature the Vivo FunTouch OS skin. However, the specification of Vivo has not been revealed yet.

Be aware, the Vivo Y20 processor can come with the Vivo Y19 Octa-core MediaTek Helio P65 (MT6768) 12 nm processor. Speaking of the display, the smartphone is equipped with a 6.53-inch (2340 in 1080 pixels) full HD Plus display. The Y19 supports 5000 MH battery, which comes with 18 watt fast charging support.

Features and specifications

The Vivo Y19 has a 6.53-inch display with full HD plus resolution. Its aspect ratio is 19.5: 9 and its screen-to-body ratio is 90.3 percent. It has a MediaTek Helio P65 Octacore SoC. With the help of MicroSD card, its memory can be increased to 256 GB.

It has a triple camera setup on its back for photography. It has 16 megapixel primary sensor, 8 megapixel ultra wide angle sensor and a 2 megapixel depth sensor. It has a 16 megapixel camera for selfie.

This post was published on August 17, 2020 9:58 am

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