Vivo X20 Plus Under Display Fingerprint Launched Features, Specification and Price: – Well, the smartphone market is changing very fast and now every single company is trying so hard to get more buyers. As per the reports, Vivo which is a well known Chinese smartphone brands across the globe is coming up with something exciting. Reports are coming that the company is looking forward to some changes and soon they are going to launch their much awaited Vivo X20 Plus in the market.
As you all may know that the Vivo was the first company which introduced the world’s thinnest smartphone. Also, they were the first company which jumped on 6 GB of RAM and deca-core processors. Overall, now they are back again with some new and this time they are about to be the first to use the in-display fingerprint sensor technology that should have been in the Galaxy S8 and iPhone X first. The technology would have been great on last year’s flagships but, due to time constraints and development delays, it didn’t make it in time. Samsung Galaxy S9 Camera Features
People are looking quite excited about this new feature and they are really looking forward the reviews of this Smartphone. Synaptics, the first to commercialize such a feature, is now trying to catch up and it is getting help from a “Tier 1” OEM. Overall, below we are about to share the features and other information about the Vivo which is surely going to make you all amazed. LG X4+ Rugged Specs and Features
Vivo X20 plus Features and Specification
The handset will launch this week at the market and It will come with Vivo an in-display fingerprint scanner will feature a 6.43-inch 2160×1080 18:9 Super AMOLED screen, a Snapdragon 660 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and dual 12 megapixel and 5-megapixel cameras, among other things. TENAA’s listing for the newer phone modifies built-in storage to 128 GB and the lowers the battery to 3,800 mAh. Samsung Galaxy X Specs
Also, the handset will run 7.1.1. Nougat. The handset is highlighted because of the fingerprint scanner. New and untested, Synaptics and Vivo naturally boast of the in-display sensor’s accuracy and security over that of 3D facial recognition like on the iPhone X and easier to reach compared to rear fingerprint scanners.