While the whole world is still marveling at the recently unveiled Vivo Xplay 3S another device from BBK has been spotted called the Vivo Y20. While this new device does not come with all the bells and whistles that the 3S has it is still a solid Android smartphone with a few surprises up its sleeve.
The Vivo Y20 is a 5.5-inch device that makes use of the quad-core Mediatek MT6582 processor. This makes the device deliver a robust performance at an affordable price range. This processor is commonly used in several entry-level Android devices in the Chinese market however the Y20 sets itself apart from these models by having several outstanding features.
One such feature is that it comes with a dedicated audio decoder chip in the form of the PCM5101A from Texas Instruments. This audio chip enhances the music playing capabilities of the device providing it a HiFi audio functionality, making it perform at par with dedicated portable music players.
Another strong feature of this device is its front and rear 8MP cameras (84 degree wide-angle front, f/2.2 rear) that are able to take great quality shots in low-lighting conditions.
The Vivo Y20 is packaged in a 7.49mm thin body making it one if the slimmest 5.5 inch devices available.
Other details of this model are as follows
- Android 4.2 customized Funtouch OS
- 5.5-inch 720p display (1280 x 720 resolution)
- TD-SCDMA/GSM support network
- 1.3GHz MT6582 quad-core processor
- 1GB RAM
- 8GB ROM expandable using microSD slot
- 2600 MAh battery
- 148.6 x 77.2 x 7.49mm
There is still no information regarding the price of this device however it is reportedly going to sell for 1998 Yuan or roughly $320.
With the Vivo Xplay 3S expected to be positioned in the high end market and the Vivo Y20 at the mid-range market, BBK is definitely expanding its presence.