Vivo U20 quick review: Taking an aim at Redmi Note 8November 22, 2019
Vivo has released some good phones this year, targeting Xiaomi, Samsung, and companies that can be considered part of the same family — Realme and Oppo — under Rs 20,000 segment. Today Vivo is making a splash in the segment around Rs 10,000 with the Vivo U20 that comes into the market at a price of Rs 10,990. And it guns for the likes of Redmi Note 8, Realme 5s, and Realme 3 Pro.
The Vivo U20 comes in two variants: one with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage that costs Rs 10,990 and the other with 6GB RAM with 64GB storage with price of Rs 11,990. A full review of the Vivo U20 is going to be a better way to tell you how it fares against its competitors, but that is going to take a few days. On the Vivo U20 launch day, what we are going to share is its first impressions an or rather a quick and dirty review, based on what I have found the phone after using it for the last few days.
The Vivo U20 is an all-plastic phone with two colour options: Racing Black and Blaze Blue. The review unit that we have received is Blaze Blue and it looks a little flashy, which is good for consumers who are going to flaunt their phone, or will be putting it in a transparent case. Those who don’t like their phones flashy will find the Black variant of the phone more subtle and suitable to their taste.