Vivo V20 SE is the most recent expansion to the Vivo’s V-lineup, and it is situated as a more reasonable variant of the Vivo V20, which was dispatched a month ago. With the V20, Vivo focused on design and cameras, and you can see a comparative methodology with the Vivo V20 SE also. Nonetheless, to focus on a lower value point, the V20 SE has gone through a cost-cutting activity bringing about lower goal camera sensors and an alternate processor, in addition to other things. So is the Vivo V20 SE still uncommon, or has Vivo gone altogether too far? How about we discover.
DESIGN AND LOOKS OF VIVO V20 SE
Vivo claims that the emphasis was on design for the Vivo V20 SE, and that is apparent. The smart phone is dainty and the weight is effectively reasonable. Vivo has gone with a 6.44-inch AMOLED show simply like on the Vivo V20, with a dewdrop notch at the top and slight outskirts encompassing it.
The sides of the smart phone are adjusted, which makes it easy to hold. The casing of the V20 SE is made out of plastic and all the buttons are on the right. I found the power and the volume buttons to be anything but difficult to reach. They likewise had a clicky input, so I didn’t need to re-think a catch press.
The left half of the V20 SE is uncovered, as Vivo has situated the SIM plate at the top. You get double Nano-SIM spaces alongside a committed microSD card opening which makes stockpiling development conceivable. There’s a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm earphone jack, a speaker, and a microphone at the base.
Turning the mobile phone around uncovers the triple camera arrangement of the V20 SE. The camera module sits in the upper left corner and is marginally raised. Vivo offers two shading alternatives, Aquamarine Green and Gravity Black. I had the last for this review, and I found the shiny completion at the back inclined to fingerprints and smears. I utilized the provided case to try not to wipe the smartphone as often as possible. Vivo likewise incorporates a 33W FlashCharge charger in the container, which should top up the 4,100mAh battery rapidly.
SPECIFICATIONS OF VIVO V20 SE
While Vivo calls this a Special Edition (SE) the particulars are watered down contrasted with the Vivo V20. Controlling the V20 SE is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC, matched with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There is just a single lineup of the V20 SE on special in India, and it is valued at Rs. 20,990. While you do get respectable measures of RAM and storage, the processor isn’t exceptionally ground-breaking thinking about the cost. You will locate precisely the same processor in substantially more moderate smartphones, for example, the Realme Narzo 20A and the Nokia 5.3.
The V20 SE have a 6.44-inch AMOLED display with an in-show unique mark scanner simply like the Vivo V20. The showcase has great survey points and gets splendid enough when outside. You additionally get the alternative to change the shading profile and temperature of the board.
Dissimilar to the Vivo V20, the V20 SE doesn’t force Android 11 to leave the case – you get Android 10 all things considered. It actually has the new FunTouch OS 11 UI on top, and Vivo is promising to reveal a product update to Android 11 soon.
The V20 SE lets you redo the charging and open activities. You can likewise exploit the AMOLED board and empower a consistently in plain view mode. There is an Ultra game mode that lets you quiet approaching calls and warnings while you are playing games, like what I’ve seen on Vivo smartphones I’ve tried before.
PERFORMANCE BY VIVO V20 SE
The V20 SE is equipped for conveying satisfactory execution with no issues. While using the smartphone, I didn’t see slack, and performing multiple tasks was a breeze with 8GB of RAM.
I ran a couple of benchmark tests to see where the Vivo V20 SE stands. In AnTuTu, the V20 SE oversaw 1,84,085, which is lower than what contenders at a similar value level can oversee, for instance, the Poco X3, which scored 2,80,030. The V20 SE scored 6,364 in PCMark Work 2.0 and managed 315 and 1,389 focuses separately in Geekbench’s single-center and multi-center tests. In the illustrations benchmark test GFXBench’s T-Rex and Car Chase scenes, the V20 SE oversaw 32fps and 6.2fps.
The execution was observably lower while playing weighty titles, for example, Call of Duty: Mobile. I saw longer burden times than expected, and the game ran with the design’s quality and edge rate set to Medium naturally. After playing the game for 20 minutes, I saw a six percent drop in the battery level. The Vivo V20 SE didn’t have any issues running easygoing games, for example, Among Us.
Battery life on the V20 SE is good, I continuously used the mobile phone for a day and a half without scrambling for a charger. In our HD video circle test, the V20 SE continued for 14 hours and 31 minutes which is about equivalent to what the Vivo V20 oversaw. Accusing was brisk of the 33W charger packaged in the container. The gadget got to 52 percent in a short time and around 96 percent in 60 minutes.
CAMERAS OF VIVO V20 SE
The Vivo V20 SE contains a triple camera lineup at the back comprising of a 48-megapixel essential camera, an 8-megapixel super wide-point camera that is additionally equipped for large scale photography, and a 2-megapixel “bokeh camera”. The camera application feels comparable and is too simple to utilize. Computer-based intelligence is empowered of course and the mobile phone rushes to figure out what it’s pointed towards. It additionally recommended diverse shooting modes and cameras dependent on the scene. Vivo has added an AI Image Matting highlight in the collection application which lets you alter photographs to change the sky, add a moving impact, or even eliminate objects.
In light, the Vivo V20 SE oversaw fair shots with great subtleties on objects even a good ways off. While shooting outside in brilliant conditions, the V20 SE rushes to empower HDR. Changing to the super wide-point camera offers a more extensive field of view yet at the expense of subtleties. Items a ways off weren’t as fresh as they showed up in photographs taken with the essential camera. There was obvious bending at the edges also. You can take photographs at the full 48-megapixel goal however the degree of detail isn’t on a par with in shots taken at the default 12-megapixel binned goal.
Closeups turned out truly well, and the mobile phone figured out how to catch sharp pictures. It additionally adds a delicate profundity impact to the foundation. Picture shots with consistent subjects ended up great, with great edge location. The V20 SE utilizes its super wide-point camera for large scale shots and lets you get very near a subject. I like this methodology since you get great usefulness without requiring another sensor, and shots have a higher goal.
Low-light camera execution is normal by and large. The V20 SE figured out how to monitor commotion yet photographs seemed smoothened. Empowering Night Mode brought about somewhat more brilliant pictures with better detail, however, it took around 3-4 seconds to handle each shot.
The V20 SE oversaw great selfies in sunshine just as low light. You can make picture efforts utilizing the selfie camera, and the V20 SE obscures out the foundation consequently. Beautification is empowered of course, which smoothens the yield. In low light, you can utilize a screen streak, which Vivo calls Aura Screen Light, and this helps catch more splendid pictures.