Smartphone brand vivo is set to roll out its new mid-range smartphone the vivo Y20 in the Kenyan market on October 8, 2020. The upcoming device will be a new addition to vivo’s youth-oriented and affordable Y-series.
The vivo Y20 will be equipped with an AI Triple camera supporting macro, bokeh, and other advanced selfie features to play around with for effortless photography, a side fingerprint scanner, and a super-capacity 5000mAh battery supported by power-saving technology that a single full charge can last up to 16 hours of online HD movie streaming, or 11 hours of resource-intensive gaming.
The overall design of the device is teased to be sleek and polished, sporting a 6.51-inch Halo Display with an elongated aspect ratio of 20:9 and HD+ (1600 x 720) resolution that ensures crystal clear visuals and detailing for immersive viewing and gaming experience. The modern scanner on the side is built to complement the design and allow hassle-free unlocking taking only 0.22 seconds to unlock, this is complimentary to the facial unlock feature.
The upcoming Y20 smartphone is going to be a complete mix of trendy technologies and a stylish look. It is highly anticipated for its dynamic camera features and long-lasting battery life and sleek design.
The availability and price of the phone are still unknown. Customers will have two eye-popping color options to choose from. However, more details about the design and colors are not known yet. However, the vivo Y-series is known for its feature-rich and stylish smartphones promising long-lasting battery life, speedy performance, and irresistible camera with valued added specs.
vivo’s headquarters is located in Dongguan, China, with 9 R&D centers in Shenzhen, Dongguan, Nanjing, Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Taipei, Tokyo and San Diego. These centers focus on the development of cutting-edge consumer technologies including 5G, artificial intelligence, photography, design and other emerging fields. vivo has also set up five production hubs across China, South Asia and Southeast Asia, which manufacture over 200 million smartphones every year. As of 2019, vivo has developed its sales network across more than 30 countries and regions, attracting more than 300 million active users worldwide.