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Vivo adds Y20 to Y-Series on Kenyan market

Friday 2 October 2020 | 10:39 CET | News
Vivo says it will start selling its Vivo Y20 smartphone on the Kenyan market on 08 October as part of the youth-oriented, budget-range Y-series. It said the phone will retail at KES 17,599. It has an AI Triple camera supporting macro, bokeh and other selfie features as well as a fingerprint scanner and a 5000mAh battery for up to sixteen hours of online HD video streaming, or eleven hours of gaming on one charge. 

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