Introducing the vivo Y20T, the return of the Y20 with Snapdragon 662 and 6GB of RAM


Introducing the vivo Y20T, the return of the Y20 with Snapdragon 662 and 6GB of RAM

Introducing the vivo Y20T, the return of the Y20 with Snapdragon 662 and 6GB of RAM

News unit EMGblog.com : Company Vivo has exhibited nearly seven different phones in the Y20 series between the summer of 2020 and today, all of which are in the lower end of the market. They are located and while being similar in design, they are equipped with less powerful processors in Mediatek’s P and G series or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 4 series. Apparently, this company has not yet finished its work with this series and today, Monday, October 11, 2021 (19 Mehr 1400), a new member to this family named vivo Y20T added. Y20T should be a very similar example of vivo Y20G and vivo Y20 2021 is believed to be equipped with a processor in the 6 series of Qualcomm chipsets for the first time And a change can be seen in its RAM memory. /figure>

Y20T which will be initially launched in the Indian market from In terms of appearance and design, it is not different from other members of this family, and the same teardrop notch above the screen with a narrow column of triple cameras on the back is also used in this model. The lower edge of the screen in Y20T is quite thick and large, which is similar to the previous models. This phone is presented with a plastic body in two colors, blue and black, which are apparently both glossy and fingerprint absorbent, and the same color effect is created by moving them in the light. Y20T has the dimensions of 8.4 x 76.3 x 164.4 mm and looks relatively heavy with a weight of 192 grams.

The flat screen of the device is contrary to the mouth-filling name Halo FullView, which the company vivo uses to refer to it, it is actually a simple 6.51 inch LCD sample with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels (HD+ with a ratio of 20:9) which, apart from protecting the eyes from harmful light Blue (which is seen as a standard feature in almost all phones these days) does not include any other special point.

Above this screen sits a V-shaped notch (which loudly announces the price and category of the device) with an 8-megapixel selfie camera. f/1.8, which naturally lacks autofocus, but supports unlocking the screen with face recognition or, as Vivo says, Face Wake he does. Of course, this is not the only biometric identification mechanism in this phone, and the fingerprint sensor on the right side and on the power button also provides a more secure way to unlock the screen.

In the back part Y20T Although three cameras can be seen at first glance, but with the removal of two 2 megapixel units (taking photos from a close distance and blurring the background of the subject in the camera main in portrait mode) which are actually intended to show more the number of cameras in this section, we only get one camera; As before, the main camera of the device is a 13-megapixel model with f/2.2 lens aperture, which does not promise much quality from the beginning. The other two 2-megapixel units in this part have f/2.4.

The biggest change in this phone belongs to its processor, which for the first time in this family has been upgraded to an example of Qualcomm’s 6 series processors. Of course, this change is not so big and one of the weakest members of this family is Snapdragon 662 is responsible for processing in this model. In the structure of this 11 nm processor, which is not far from the second anniversary of its introduction, we have 4 Arm Cortex-A73 cores with a maximum frequency of 2 GHz and 4 A53 cores with a maximum frequency of 1.8 GHz, and its graphics processing is also handled by Adreno 610. Comparing this processor with the Helio P35 chipset present in Y20 2021 with 8 Cortex-A53 processing cores is a big change, but compared to the original vivo Y20 with Snapdragon 460 and the same processing and graphics cores (Of course, with a lower frequency in more powerful processing cores), there is no big difference.

Y20T, unlike most other models of this family, is offered in only one memory configuration, i.e. 6GB RAM and 64GB internal memory and a memory slot. Dedicated microSD also provides the possibility of upgrading the internal memory up to another terabyte without disturbing dual SIM cards. An interesting point among this is the use of faster UFS memory in this set, which according to Vivo to 58 It results in a higher write speed percentage compared to the first generation Y20G. The phone’s RAM memory can be increased up to 1 GB with the help of internal memory, and finally the device’s RAM can be increased to 7 GB.

The massive battery of this model has a capacity of 5,000 mAh, which is likely to last a long time considering the low hardware. Brings high consumption of the device. This battery can be used in reverse as a power bank to charge the battery of other compatible devices with a USB cable. The phone charger has a power of 18 watts, which, despite the fact that it is not considered a very high power, but in this price range, it does not look like a bad model either.

Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5, headset jack, USB-C port and GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou trackers are some of the options. They form the relationship of this model.

vivo Y20T is currently running on Android 11 and Funtouch OS 11.1 user interface in It is available in the Indian market at a price of 15,490 rupees (at the current exchange rate of nearly 205 US dollars) and the possibility of its presence and price in other markets has not yet been officially announced.

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