Vivo Y20, which was launched in September in Nepal, is already getting the successor — it’s the Vivo Y20 (2021).
The follow-up, though, doesn’t come with major changes — instead of the Snapdragon 460 chipset, the phone offers an Helio P35 chipset, ships Funtouch OS 11 out of the box, and charges at 10W speed in comparison to 18W.
At the back, the phone brings three cameras including a 13MP main sensor accompanied by a 2MP depth and macro lens. Selfies are taken care of by an 8MP selfie shooter that is inside the notch.
The phone offers 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage which is expandable via microSD card. The Vivo Y20 (2021) goes for a price of RM599 (~NPR $150) in Malaysia. Although there’s no word of availability of the phone in Nepal, expect it to cost around NPR 25,000.