Vivo, the brand known for its impeccable creativity is very consistent when it comes to launching new devices and maintaining continuity of older series. The most popular series from Vivo is the V-series. Vivo’s sub-brand IQOO too is on a roll of releasing some amazing smartphones. Another interesting series of devices from Vivo is the Y-series. Vivo Y19 was released in 2019 and the successor of this device is all set to hit the markets soon.
An Indian tech enthusiast and Youtuber tweeted about the upcoming smartphone from Vivo – Vivo Y20. The post contained the Bluetooth certification of Vivo Y20, revealing several features of the device.
Vivo Y20 Bluetooth SIG Certification-
Firstly, as you can see at the top, Vivo Y20 looks extremely good with vibrant colors. The Geekbench listing of Vivo Y20 was out a while ago, which revealed that the single-core score is 252, and the multi-core score is 1,239. Attached below is the image for Bluetooth certification.
The model number listed above, Vivo V2027 refers to the Vivo Y20 smartphone. With this certification, Vivo Y20 is now public and all set to hit the stores soon.
Vivo Y20 will come with a 4GB RAM as the base variant. As you could tell already, Vivo Y20 would be a low-budget device yet with all the essential specifications.
It is also revealed that Vivo V20 will be powered by Snapdragon 460 chipset. Though that’s indeed a low-level chipset, some sources say that with better OS configuration, Vivo Y20 will support basic gaming facilities.
Vivo Y20 will come with Android 10 OS out-of-the-box. The predecessor variants, Vivo Y19 came with a massive 5000mAh battery. So, users could expect nothing but a better battery or at least better fast charging features in the Vivo Y20.
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