The vivo V20 is an absolutely beautiful looking phone. At first glance, you would think it was made out of marble – which I’m sure you’ve seen on some others too! However, it isn’t.
The battery is one of the best selling points of the vivo V20. You know that saying about how batteries live a lot of lives? Well, the truth is that the vivo V20 lives quite a few lives. As long as you don’t use the phone while it’s charging, you should be able to get several days of good use out of it. To prove this, the phone has been discontinued for a short period of time.
Another selling point of the vivo V20 is its large, 6.4-inch capacitance screen. The display is also quite sharp with a surprisingly bright LCD screen. That’s not all though. Other features include: optical image stabilization (for video recording), optical zoom (which works great for taking close up photos), the quick launch bar, a high density audio speaker, a front panel with a built-in browser and an Android interface that is smooth and easy to use. With all of these, it’s no wonder that the vivo V20 is so popular among amateur photography enthusiasts.
You can buy the vivo v20 in a “basic” version for GSM carriers in Europe for some silly EUR 599 (around US $600), or you can get a “production” version for some serious GBP 8GB (around US $1000). In either case, the basic model will work for most non-GSM carrier variants. The production variant will work for all GSM carriers in Europe (although there are a few exceptions – in the UK and Spain, the “GSMobile Pro” is sold as the “stock” T-Mobile GSM handset, but it works as a generic T-Mobile knock-off in the rest of the world).
For those who are looking for a camera with excellent picture quality, the vivo v20 is without a doubt the best choice. At first glance, the camera looks like an oversized, clamshell style phone which is in fact not the case. The front and back cameras are surprisingly small and not too bulky, which makes them fit easily into any pocket. There is also an internal flash, although it’s a bit dim, and no headphone jack – yet. The other novel feature of the vivo v20 is the ability to take pictures in both night mode and daylight modes, which enables you to take pictures in any light condition. vivo v20
The biggest and most striking difference between the vivo v20 and the amoled screen is the price. The vivo v20 comes with a very steep price tag of around 250 EUR, while the amoled display from Funtouch os 11 costs just around 90 EUR. If you have been waiting for a mobile phone with the high quality of video and audio that is offered by the vivo v20 or the impressive photo quality of the amoled display from Funtouch os 11 then you don’t have to wait any longer. Both phones are extremely efficient, offer outstanding picture quality and a wealth of features and applications. So if you are in the market for a high performing mobile phone with excellent value for money, you should definitely consider purchasing the vivo v20.