Not long after launching the vivo V7+, vivo recently unveiled a couple of higher-end smartphones: the vivo X20 and X20 Plus. Featuring the very same FullView display found on the V7+, the X20 devices boast some pretty neat hardware upgrades too.
The most immediate difference between the V7+ and the X20 devices are their 18:9 FullView displays: they are higher resolution, Super AMOLED displays. In comparison to the V7+’s 720p panel, the X20 and X20 Plus feature 6.01-inch and 6.43-inch 2160 x 1080 Super AMOLED displays respectively.
Aside from the display, the X20 and X20 Plus are powered by Qualcomm’s capable upper mid-range Snapdragon 660 chipsets. Both devices also come with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, as well as 3,245mAh and 3,905mAh batteries on the X20 and X20 Plus respectively.
In the camera department, the X20 and X20 Plus share a similar dual-camera system: it consists of a 12MP f/1.8 primary shooter and a 5MP secondary camera. The X20 devices’ front-facing cameras, on the other hand, are 12MP f/2.0 shooters.
The vivo X20 and X20 Plus will be available for sale in China on 30 September; they retail at 2,998 Chinese yuan (about RM1,905) and 3,498 yuan (approximately RM2,220) respectively. As usual, it remains to be seen if the X20 devices will be made available in Malaysia.