OPTICXCESS — The advantages and disadvantages of the Vivo V20. The Vivo V20 is a middle-class device that is very worthy of consideration because it has a number of aspects as advantages with minor drawbacks in it.
We didn’t even hesitate to give nine out of ten points in previous usage trials with a fairly high score on almost all aspects of the assessment that became the reference.
Attractive design, sharp screen, a capable camera, long battery life, very fast charging, and the multi-purpose NFC feature are special notes as part of the test results that can be noticed by enthusiasts.
If you are looking for a device in the fourth quarter of 2020, we are quite confident that this mobile made by Vivo can meet most of your needs even if you need a device to do heavy work such as playing games.
So that you are more sure, here is a summary of the advantages and disadvantages of the Vivo V20 that can be considered to decide whether you are sure to propose it or not.
Advantages of Vivo V20
Vivo V20 was born with a 2.5D glass back body wrapped in gradation colors called Sunset Melody and Midnight Jazz, making it look like a premium cellphone.
But different from most cellphones made of glass, the unique Vivo V20 body already uses Matte Finishing Coating technology which makes fingerprints and dust not easily stick.
The camera module with a stacked display and carries a “bold” accent emphasizes the elegant impression on the Vivo V20 body which is comfortable when held and used.
The front of this Vivo mobile phone is also able to present a screen that looks very wide because it uses a waterdrop display design with very thin edges and a small notch at the top.
Vivo V20 will spoil you with content that looks clearer thanks to the screen design. Moreover, this cellphone also carries an AMOLED panel measuring 6.44 inches with Full HD + support (2400 x 1080 pixels).
Based on our usage, users can enjoy video content, photos, games, and documents clearly and sharply with a combination of design as well as the Vivo V20 screen technology.
You also don’t need to worry when you need to secure data because the Vivo V20 also has an optical fingerprint scanner sensor on the screen that can respond quite quickly.
In the small bangs section, the Vivo V20 also carries a 44 MP resolution camera which based on our usage can activate the face unlock feature in various light conditions.
Armed with this camera, you can take selfies with pretty good results because the Vivo V20 already brings powerful features such as Eye Autofocus, Super Night Selfie, to Multi-Style Portrait.
This is very possible because the Vivo V20 does carry a rear camera with an interesting lens configuration which includes the main 64 MP, multimode (Wide-Angle / Macro / Depth Camera) 8 MP, and 2 MP mono.
The camera also supports a number of autofocus features and shooting modes such as Super Night Mode, Super Wide-Angle Night Mode, Tripod Night Mode, Ultra Stable Video, Art Portrait video, Super Macro, Notch Portrait, and Multi-Style Portrait.
Support for long battery life is also important to consider. Even though it only carries a 4,000mAh battery, the Snapdragon 720G works more efficiently, making it more economical even though it’s very powerful.
Moreover, to complement the battery, the Vivo V20 also carries 33W FlashCharge fast charging technology. Based on our usage, the Vivo V20 can charge the battery from 6% to 100% condition in just 71 minutes (1 hour 11 minutes).
The NFC feature that is the mainstay of the Vivo V20 should not be missed by users. Interestingly enough, you can not only use it to read e-money card balances or make digital transactions but also copy data from certain cards such as accessing apartments.
One thing that is our special note during the use of the Vivo V20, the body of the device feels quite slippery even though it carries a premium impression and is comfortable to use.