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Vivo V20 Pro 5G available for pre-booking in India, price revealed

Vivo had launched the V20 (first impressions) and V20 SE smartphones in October and November respectively in India. The Chinese brand is now set to introduce another smartphone in the V20 series called the V20 Pro 5G. To recall, all three smartphones had debuted in Thailand and Malaysia last month. 

Also Read: Vivo V20 SE vs Samsung Galaxy M51 vs Realme 7 Pro: price in India, specifications and features compared

Earlier, we had reported that the Vivo V20 Pro 5G could debut in India by the end of this month. Now, 91Mobiles has learnt the price of the upcoming smartphone from offline sources. It is expected to be priced under Rs 30,000 and will compete against the OnePlus Nord and Samsung Galaxy M51 in this price segment.

Vivo V20 Pro 5G price and pre-booking offers in India

Vivo V20 Pro 5G

Vivo V20 Pro 5G will be third smartphone in the V20 series

As per 91Mobiles, the Vivo V20 Pro 5G will be priced at Rs 29,990 (MOP). It is up for pre-booking through offline retail stores in the country. The report also reveals bank offers on the V20 Pro 5G including 10 percent cash back on ICICI and Bank of Baroda, easy EMI, Jio benefits and Vivo upgrade program. 

The Vivo V20 Pro 5G costs THB 14,999 (~Rs 35,000) in Thailand but we can expect the smartphone to be more affordable in India.

Vivo V20 Pro 5G specifications and features

The Vivo V20 Pro 5G sports a 6.44-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with a wide notch and HDR10 support. It is integrated with an in-screen fingerprint scanner. Camera-wise, the smartphone features a 44MP selfie snapper with an 18MP ultra-wide-angle lens. On the back, the device sports a triple camera setup of 64MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide lens and a 2MP mono unit. 

The Vivo V20 Pro 5G is powered by a Snapdragon 765G processor coupled with 8GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage. The smartphone is backed by a 4,000mAh battery unit with support for 33W fast charging. It runs Android 11 based on FunTouchOS 11 on top. There is a USB-C port but the device lacks a microSD card and 3.5mm headphone jack. 

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