The Vivo V20 is one of the latest smartphones available from the manufacturer, with a lot of new features. However, there are still plenty of things we would like to see in this smartphone. This review will look at some of the features that have been added or improved with the Vivo V20. We’ll also examine why it’s still so popular despite being released only a few months ago. vivo v21
Connectivity options on this year’s Vivo V 21 are very good. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi on both the smartphone and its stylized cover, Bluetooth v5, GPS, and several other features including those for the heart rate monitor. Other sensors on the smartphone include an accelerometer, fingerprint sensor, gyroscope, ambient light sensor, and GPS. The Vivo V20 can also connect to microSD cards for additional storage.
One of the most useful features on this year’s smartphone is the camera. The Vivo V20 has a rear and front-facing camera which is also capable of recording videos. Video recording has a very low delay, which makes watching videos a lot more enjoyable than videos recorded using earlier smartphones. The front-facing camera has a higher pixel resolution compared to the rear camera, resulting in photos having less blurry effects when zooming in. The software on this handset allows users to preview images, and even apply filters and special effects to photos captured in the gallery.
One of the biggest selling points of the Vivo V 21 is the fact that it supports Google’s Android operating system, which is much better than Apple’s iOS. However, the manufacturer also offers an iPhone version of the smartphone, which is still a significant competitor in the smartphone market. To make up for this gap in the market, the Vivo smartphone has added an impressive self-teasing feature: the ability to use the OIS (on screen object recognition) technology.
When we looked at the Vivo V20s camera, we noticed that there were two cameras on this smartphone – one in the top and bottom using ISP mode. The reason behind the addition of these two cameras is the desire for a dual camera experience on this smartphone. This type of phone has an excellent quality video camera, but it lacked professional-grade image stabilization. As such, the front camera was used for video purposes, while the rear camera was used for photo purposes.
Now, we shall see how the Vivo V21 can benefit the users by adding the OIS night selfies. Since the OIS technology allows the smartphone to capture images in the mode of infrared light, it is possible to see how the images taken with the rear camera of this smartphone will be seen with the front-facing camera of the device. The result is pretty impressive as you can see in the review of the device.
In the review, we saw that the Vivo V 21 had some difficulty with video recording. Though the device has a good resolution, the images captured with the OIS Night selfies were not as sharp as those taken with the iPhone 6s Plus. It is difficult to say if the difference can be noticed when comparing the images taken using the rear camera on an iPhone to the ones captured with the front camera on the Vivo V 21. Nevertheless, the difference was noticed, and for some people this could be acceptable.
This is just one review about the Vivo V 21 and other smartphones such as the Motorola DROID and Nokia E71. In general, the comparisons are quite fair since the OIS feature is present on many smartphone models released in the past. However, we must also admit that the iPhone has been proven to be a more mature device. The gadget still needs to go through a lot of testing, but we believe that the Mediatek 800u processor inside the iPhone is something that would convince people why this phone is a must-have.