Vivo plans to be the first to introduce a smartphone running Android 11 on the Russian market

Vivo plans to be the first to introduce a smartphone running Android 11 on the Russian market


Sources close to the Chinese manufacturer Vivo report that the company will soon introduce a mid-range smartphone running Android 11. The device, which will be named Vivo V20, will be the first smartphone on the new OS version in Russia.

It is reported that the V20 will hit our market in October this year. The source also provided some details on the specs of the device. The smartphone will be based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, but the exact processor model is still unknown. It will probably be the highly advanced Snapdragon 765G.

The device will feature a triple main camera with a 64MP primary sensor, augmented by 8MP and 2MP secondary sensors. The front camera will receive a resolution of 44 megapixels. The smartphone will boast 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of permanent memory. The fingerprint scanner will be located directly below the bezel.

It is assumed that along with the base Vivo V20, the company will present its simplified version of the V20SE. What version of the operating system will be used in a more affordable smartphone has not yet been announced.

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