vivo smartphone, one of the leading global smartphone brands, is set to penetrate the Ghanaian phone market with the new vivo V20 smartphone.
The new mid-range smartphone will run on Android 11 operating system and Funtouch OS 11. vivo V20 is made of glass on the front and back and has an aluminium frame. The 6.44 inches phone has a small notch with a selfie camera on top of the phone.
The vivo V20 is Amoled, with a pixel density of 409 PPI and an optical under-display fingerprint reader which is very fast. Though it doesn’t have a stereo speaker, the pocket-size phone comes with a headphone jack.
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vivo V20 is a power-efficient smartphone, with a snapdragon 720 G-chipset to ensure you don’t get frozen out of your intense gaming sessions.
vivo V20 has 8GB of RAM capacity to run the functions of the smartphone smoothly. It also comes with an internal storage capacity of 256GB with microSDXC dedicated slot, fueled with a gigantic battery of 4000 mAh capacity to keep things going for a long period of time, without the need to carry your charger along wherever you go.
It has 64 megapixels main camera and 8 megapixels ultrawide snapper, with a 2 megapixels depth sensor as well as a 44 megapixels selfie camera. It also comes with autofocus and an optional eye-tracker.
Customers in Ghana will have two colour options to choose from; Midnight Jazz and Sunset Melody.
The expected price of this mid-range phone is not yet known, but you can pre-order the V20 series online and get a free gift box.
Looking at its sleek features, the phone promises to give users a great phone experience. Once the vivo V20 is launched in Ghana, we will bring your way all information regarding the smartphone.
You can, however, order other tech gadgets online at JBKlutse shop or call us on 0272839333 to order.
You could also find all vivo models and associated accessories on TERA ELECTRONICS on IG & FACEBOOK
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