While the flagship Vivo Xplay 3S continues to grab the limelight, another device from the same company, this time a Mediatek powered one, makes an appearance.
This newcomer — the Vivo Y20 — will come with the current apple of the eye of China’s smartphone industry, the quad-core Mediatek MT6582 chipset. However, the device will set itself apart from other locally manufactured phones thanks to goodies like an audio decoder chip (the PCM5101A) from Texas Instruments and dual 8 mega-pixel shooters (84 degree wide-angle front, f/2.2 rear) thrown in by Vivo, all in the 7.49mm thin body. Other specifications of the phone include a 5.5-inch 720p screen, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, 2,500mAh battery and Android v4.2 overlaid by Vivo’s Funtouch OS.
No word on pricing yet, but it is speculated that the phone will cost somewhere around the ￥2,000 (~$320) mark.