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Over the past few months, vivo has released a slew of smartphones with innovate technology that caters to the demands of current lifestyles.

vivo Y20i in Dawn White
With the prominence of mobile gaming in today’s environment, vivo is set to release the vivo Y20i, an entry-level smartphone expected to pack powerful gaming technology inside a very stylish, modern, and industry-leading lightweight body.

 The latest addition to the Y-series is rumored to contain 64GB ROM + 4GB RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 Processor which will enable ultra-smooth user experience, high-graphics processing, and dynamic performance. This will allegedly be powered by a long-lasting 5000mAh battery and will be equipped with the latest rapid cooling technology.

The Android 10-powered smartphone is also said to contain a side mounted fingerprint scanner which will allow for a more comfortable hold and maximization of its impressive 6.51-inch HD Halo FullView screen, plus an unhampered view of its magnificent rear design. Besides a fingerprint scanner, the vivo Y20i will reportedly contain FaceView Unlock technology for convenient phone unlocking.

As the leading global technology company that prides itself with its smartphones’ mobile photography capabilities—across all models and series—the vivo Y20i should be built-in with AI portrait camera features that will enhance images captured by its rumored AI Dual Camera consisting of 13MP Main and 2MP Bokeh lens. To find out more, head to  https://www.vivoglobal.ph/

Topics: smartphones , vivo Y20i , Halo FullView screen , FaceView Unlock
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