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Vivo V20 Se Review

Vivo V20 Se Review

The Vivo V20 SE is a decent smartphone with a good display and fingerprint scanner. It also has a triple-SIM card tray. But it does not promise powerful performance. A Snapdragon 625 processor powers it. Let’s find out how well it performs.

Vivo V20 SE has a bright display.

The Vivo V20 SE has a 6.44-inch AMOLED display with a high refresh rate of 60 Hz and a good margin of brightness. It has good color rendering and an Eye Protection feature to reduce blue light from the display. It also can switch on Night Mode and select color profiles. It also comes with a fingerprint sensor embedded in the display. The fingerprint sensor is accurate and fast.

Besides the bright display, the Vivo V20 SE also has a long press feature that allows you to bring up your settings. There’s also a slide function for global search. When you swipe down the display, the global search will appear. The long-press feature also helps you take screenshots. You can also enable the screen saver and change the style of the digital clock and the analog clock.

The Vivo V20 SE is powered by an Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC. It also has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. While the SoC isn’t the most powerful in the market, it’s still a decent performer. The smartphone also features a triple camera system with a 48-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera, and a 2-megapixel bokeh camera. The camera performed very well, particularly for landscape and close-up shots.

It has a fingerprint scanner.

The fingerprint scanner on the Vivo V20 SE makes unlocking your phone faster and more secure than ever. It works in a fraction of a second, and you don’t have to worry about forgetting your fingerprint when you’re in a hurry. The fingerprint scanner also provides an advanced layer of security against fraud. Unlike passwords, fingerprints can’t be copied or forged, so this feature makes your phone more secure than ever. However, many users have complained about problems with fingerprint sensors on their phones. If you’re one of them, don’t panic; there are some easy solutions that you can try to resolve the problem.

To use the fingerprint scanner on your Vivo V20 SE, you must first authorize it. This feature can be problematic if the fingerprint scanner is clogged or damaged. You can use alternative authentication methods if the fingerprint scanner cannot read your fingerprint. You can also clean the fingerprint sensor, check if the fingerprint is in place, or check the cable connection between your device and fingerprint scanner.

It has a triple-SIM card tray.

The Vivo V20 SE is a slim smartphone with curved sides and a flat top. Its buttons are on the right side, where you can easily access them. Its SIM card tray is on the top, where you will find two Nano-SIM cards and a dedicated slot for a microSD card.

The device is powered by Android 11 and FunTouchOS 11 operating systems. Its battery is 4,000mAh, which is smaller than average. It also comes with a 33W charger to ensure quick charging. We were able to use the phone’s battery for 14 hours and 39 minutes while completing a video loop test.

The Vivo V20 SE features a 6.4-inch color AMOLED display. Its pixel density is 409PPI, meaning it should produce sharp, detailed texts. It has an aspect ratio of 20:9, and an in-display fingerprint sensor. It also supports face unlock so that you can unlock your device with your face.

It has a decent performance.

The Vivo V20 SE is a lightweight smartphone with a 6.4-inch AMOLED display. The bezels around the display are thin and make the phone feel tall and narrow. It also has a fingerprint scanner built into the display, which works quickly and accurately. The back of the phone is made of polycarb…plastic, which makes it feel sturdy. Its power and volume buttons are plastic and feel tight.

The Vivo V20 SE’s camera has decent low-light performance. The pictures are somewhat watercolor-like but are generally sharp. The camera also performs well in night mode, resulting in brighter and more detailed shots. However, it does take three to four seconds to process a photo in this mode. It also manages to take decent selfies in daylight. The camera automatically blurs the background and has beautification features. The front camera has a 32-megapixel resolution and is AI-optimised.

The Vivo V20 SE has three rear cameras. The primary 48MP lens is equipped with an f/1.8 aperture. The secondary camera is equipped with a 2MP bokeh sensor, which allows for high-quality photos. A front camera is a 32MP unit embedded into the notch. The camera can also shoot 4K videos at 30 frames per second.