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Vivo U20 with SD675 SoC will be launched in India on November 22

A couple of months ago, in September this year, Vivo launched its first U-series smartphone in the Indian market — Vivo U10. Now, the company is all set to launch its successor in the country — Vivo U20.

Vivo has confirmed that the upcoming U-series smartphone, Vivo U20, will be launched in India on 22nd November. Further, it has been revealed that the device will be available for purchase exclusively through Amazon.

Vivo U20 India Launch Teaser

Along with revealing the launch date, the company has also revealed some of the key specifications and features of the smartphone. From the teaser image, it is confirmed that the smartphone will have a waterdrop notch on top of the display.

While details about the phone’s display is not yet known, we are expecting the smartphone to come with Full HD+ screen resolution. The company has confirmed that the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 octa-core chipset.

This is an upgrade over the Snapdragon 665 SoC found in the Vivo U10 smartphone. The U20 will also be the third smartphone from the Chinese company to come powered by SD675 SoC, after Vivo V15 Pro and V17 Pro.

Vivo U20 India Launch Teaser

The company has also revealed that the smartphone will have up to 6GB of RAM. While not yet confirmed, we expect the phone to come in at least two variants based on the memory configuration — 4GB RAM + 64GB storage and 6GB RAM with 128GB internal storage.

The image shared by Vivo also shows that the phone will have a triple-camera setup on the back, where the sensors are aligned vertically in the top-left position, along with an LED flash. There’s also a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor for added security.

To know for sure about the phone’s full specifications as well as the variants, color options, pricing and availability information, we’ll have to wait for a few more days until the Vivo U20 goes official in India on 22nd November.


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