vivo V20 series is already amazing enough with its industry-leading innovations such as 5G and eye-autofocus technology, but the story doesn’t end there as the brand also made sure to put the cherry on top of the cake – Android 11.
What is Android 11?
Android 11 is the latest iteration of the world’s most popular OS which powers about 2.5m active smartphones worldwide and equips devices like the vivo V20 with easier messaging management, enhanced predictive messaging and voice control, as well as seamless smart home support, wireless Android auto access, and enhanced security.
Convenient messaging and enhanced voice control
With Android 11, all conversations done by the user, regardless of the app, will be grouped together in a single section of the lock screen and notification log. Users can also continue conversations from supported messaging apps while multi-tasking with “Bubbles.”
Users can also benefit from smarter text prediction technology and a more intuitive voice control artificial intelligence (AI) that can also be accessed offline.
Seamless and wireless integration
Android 11 brings hassle-free device integration that allows users to connect with all their other devices with Android support. Using an Android 11-powered smartphone, users will easily be able to control smart home devices and even their car’s infotainment system natively with minimal clicks.
With growing cybersecurity concerns, developers made sure that in Android 11, users will be able to control which data can be accessed by an app.
vivo V20 uses Android 11′ to effectively power its industry-leading features such as its 64MP rear camera and its 44MP selfie camera with cutting-edge autofocus technology. The device also packs a very capable Snapdragon 720G SoC.
The Android 11-equipped vivo V20, V20 SE, and V20 Pro are available at Lazada, Shopee, and all vivo concept stores and kiosks nationwide. To know more, click here.
Check out our review of the vivo V20 here.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.