A few months after the company launched the V20, it launched the Vivo V20 Pro, which uses the best 5G chipset and will compete with OnePlus Nord, Xiaomi 10i, Pixel 4a and Realme X7 Pro. Vivo has set a rather aggressive price. in his body. The phone number of Indian rupees is 29,990. In our Vivo V20 Pro review, we will detail the performance of your phone the first time you use it and try to answer whether it is worth recommending.
Full Specification of Vivo V20 Pro
Put the V20 and V20 Pro side by side, there is almost no difference; the layout and size of V20 Pro are exactly the same as V20. The only difference you may find is the 5G badge on the back. The cover and the SIM card slot have now moved down. In addition, the notch of the front camera has become wider and can accommodate two selfie cameras. Apart from these changes, you may not notice any major design changes. This smartphone has a glass back and aluminum sides for easy holding.
This smartphone is available in two colors: sunset melody and midnight jazz. Despite the 5G radio and faster processors, Vivo managed to maintain the slim case of the V20 (7.49 mm thick). Vivo V20 Pro is comfortable to hold in the hand (170 grams) and looks very compact. It is also very convenient with one hand.
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V20 Pro has a 6.44-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD + (1080p) resolution, just like V20. For protection, you can use Schott Xensation Up Glass to provide scratch protection for the screen and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for the back. The screen is clear and bright, completely acceptable under direct sunlight. The screen also supports a fast and fast indisplay fingerprint sensor. This time, vivo still lacks the display with the highest refresh rate. Although that is not an obstacle, it is conceivable if it is positioned as “Pro”. In addition, vivo can also replace outdated notches with perforated notches. Then, V20 Pro will receive Widevine L1 certification so that it can stream high-definition video on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and more.
Vivo V20 Pro has a triple rear camera and two selfie cameras, a 64 MP main camera with an aperture of f/1.89, an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle camera that can be used as a macro camera, and a monochrome-camera. 2-megapixel camera. It is not wrong to say that you have got the best camera in this market segment. Photos taken in daylight are rich in color and have a wide dynamic range.
Automatically switch to 8MP lens when trying to take macro photos. Macro is good because you are using an 8 MP lens instead of a traditional 2 MP lens. Vertical edge detection is accurate, and you can also choose the degree of blur. The ultra-wide-angle lens is also very clean, with saturated colors, but lacks details. Speaking of self-timers: V20 Pro has eye-focus autofocus function, there is no problem when taking photos and videos. This feature is much better than fixed focus cameras and provides deep real-time focus. Even using V20 Pro.
You will get an optional 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, which is very useful for group selfies and capturing more areas behind you. The only thing that bothers me is the old-fashioned cut, which can be replaced with a two-hole cut. Speaking of performance, the main camera has rich and vivid colors, and HDR performs well. Before you start zooming, the ultra-wide-angle camera looks great. The low light performance is satisfactory, and the sharpness and the amount of light captured are also acceptable.
In terms of video recording, the front camera can record 4K video at a rate of 60 frames per second, which is the leader in this market segment. It is worth noting that the wide-angle lens can only record 1080p video. The colors appear more vivid in daylight. It is used for AI-assisted light adjustment in places with insufficient light. Overall, it can be said that this is one of the best mid-market camera phones.
Now Performance is the Main Part of Our Vivo V20 Pro Review. Vivo V20 Pro gets the coveted Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor upgrade (5G ready). It is worth noting that this is the same as the processor in the higher quality X50 Pro. To be clear, Vivo V20 is by no means a slow phone, but this major update makes V20 Pro the best choice for people who like to play games on smartphones. V20 Pro currently only provides one configuration: 8GB / 128GB. I don’t understand why Vivo does not provide more options. At the same time, he also removed the external storage from the Pro version. V20 Pro comes with Android 10, but OTA can decompress Android 11 updates. The phone comes with some malicious software, but it is easy to delete and there are no annoying ads, which is a good thing.
Multitasking is no problem for V20 Pro, because I opened many applications at the same time, and then went from one to the other really smoothly. For games, we tested the high image quality of Free Fire (PUBG is not available), Call of Duty and With Us, and the results are very good. However, after a few minutes of intensive gaming at the maximum setting of 60 fps, some glitches appeared.
Speaking of battery life in Vivo V20 Pro Review, to be honest, I was expecting a battery upgrade, but the result exceeded my expectations. Used in moderation, one day is enough. In our example, we watched a few episodes on Netflix through mobile data, YouTube videos, and a few phone calls, and used them for official purposes (large conferences, network research, etc.), and V20 Pro eventually survived with 11% The rate survived the day. …You can put it in the difficult category. It takes about an hour and ten minutes to fill up the juice. Use the supplied charger similar to V20 to support 33W fast charging.
Vivo V20 Pro Antutu Benchmark Score :
In the AnTuTu Benchmark Score, the Vivo V20 Pro Has Archived 319112 Points, If We Compare with Its Competitions, It is Quite Good.