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Vivo begins rollout of all-new V20 series in Southeast Asia

Smartphone brand Vivo has begun rolling out V20 Pro, V20, and V20 SE — the all-new V20 series, to various regions, starting with Southeast Asia.

Banking on its earlier innovation and market strategy, Vivo said it levels up the smartphones’ selfie capabilities that allow users to record and capture moments. It also runs on Android 11 which promises “strong all-around performance.”

V20 Pro’s Eye Autofocus Dual Front Camera includes a 44MP Super Definition Main Camera and an 8MP Super Wide-Angle Camera. The main front lens on V20 Pro and V20 features Eye Autofocus (AF), which uses advanced algorithms to track and focus on moving selfie subjects.

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The front camera on V20 Pro and V20 is also packed with a host of additional features including Slo-Mo Selfie Video, 4K Selfie Video, and Super Night Selfie. The V20 Pro’s 105° Super Wide-Angle Selfie (103.6° after correcting for distortion) creates wide photos. he 64MP-8MP-2MP back camera setup on both V20 Pro and V20 includes Super Night Mode on the main lens. Both devices also feature Dual-View Video, which allows the user to combine footage captured by the front and rear cameras.

Each device is powered by Vivo’s 33W FlashCharge technology for solid durability and fast charging time, providing for a more convenient mobile experience.

The V20 series will run on the recently launched Android 11 operating system. With Android 11, V20 series users will be able to see, respond to, and control their conversations across multiple messaging apps in one place and pin conversations to the top of other apps for better multitasking, making it easier for fast-moving young people to connect. Android 11 will also give users a one-touch path to controlling connected devices, seamless switching with media output devices, and the Nearby Share feature to quickly send files, videos, map locations, and more to a nearby Android device. Depending on market conditions, Vivo has a plan to equip V20 series with Android 11 in succession.

Market availability

Vivo is gradually rolling out V20 series in Southeast Asia and, depending on market conditions, will continue to launch the devices in other regions. The availability and specifications of each V20 series model will also be tailored to local market conditions and consumer preferences.