Vivo has finally introduced the last smartphone in the V20 series. The company has today announced the launch of Vivo V20 Pro 5G phone in the country. The smartphone from Vivo comes loaded with a host of interesting features like a sleek design, 5G connectivity, triple-camera setup, fast charging, and more. The company has packed the phone with most of the features, which are available at this price point. However, in this segment, the competition is tough. On one hand, we have the OnePlus Nord that stands tall with fluid Android experience along with some great features. On the other hand, there is Moto G 5G that offers value-for-money features and specifications. In this article, we will put against all three smartphones to see, which one emerges as a clear winner.
Vivo V20 Pro vs OnePlus Nord vs Moto G 5G: Price in India
Vivo V20 Pro India price is Rs 29,990. The Moto G 5G price in India is Rs 20,999. Lastly, the OnePlus Nord comes with a price tag of Rs 24,999 for 6GB + 64GB, Rs 27,999 for the 8GB + 128GB, and Rs 29,999 for 12GB + 256GB. Judging by the pricing, the Moto G 5G is the clear winner and the cheapest 5G smartphone available in the country.
Vivo V20 Pro vs OnePlus Nord vs Moto G 5G: Design
Coming to the design, the Vivo V20 Pro offers a premium design language. The smartphone comes with AG Matte Glass technology that only adds premium look and feel, it is also durable and scratch-resistant. The phone comes in two colour options including Midnight Jazz and Sunset Melody.
The OnePlus Nord is yet another good-looking smartphone, however, it looks similar to other phones present in this price range. The handset also features some premium design with in-display fingerprint sensor and more. The Moto G 5G also gives a good feel considering the price tag. You get a physical fingerprint sensor at the back panel along with a punch-hole design at the front. That said, it is the Vivo V20 Pro that gives a distinct look and feels the best out of the trio.
Vivo V20 Pro vs OnePlus Nord vs Moto G 5G: Display
Coming to the display, the Vivo V20 Pro features a 6.44-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels. The screen comes with 408ppi pixel density, 20:9 aspect ratio, and 3000000: 1 contrast ratio.
The OnePlus Nord also offers 6.44-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels. The phone also comes with a 90Hz refresh rate, which is missing in the other two smartphones. The Moto G 5G flaunts a 6.67-inch Full HD+ MaxVision display with the same resolution. However, the company has used an IPS panel in this phone. That said, the major competition is between OnePlus Nord and Vivo V20 Pro. However, the former marginally wins this round as it offers a higher refresh rate.
Vivo V20 Pro vs OnePlus Nord vs Moto G 5G: Performance
Coming to the performance, the Vivo V20 Pro and OnePlus Nord are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 5G processor. The Moto G 5G features a Snapdragon 750 5G chipset. This means that the Moto G 5G will give a comparatively lower performance, however, the price difference is huge here.
Once again, the real competition is between the V20 Pro and OnePlus Nord. The top-end variant of the OnePlus Nord offers 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, while the V20 Pro comes with 8GB RAM + 128GB option. That said, the OnePlus Nord easily wins this round as you are getting much better RAM and internal storage at the same price point.
Vivo V20 Pro vs OnePlus Nord vs Moto G 5G: Cameras
Coming to the cameras, the Vivo V20 Pro features a triple-camera setup at the back. The primary lens comes with a 64MP lens with f/1.89 aperture. There is an 8MP wide-angle lens that doubles as a macro shooter with f/2.2 aperture, 120-degree FoV, 2.5cm macro shooting. Lastly, it also features a 2MP mono lens with f/2.4 aperture. For the front, you get dual selfie shooter with 44MP primary lens and 8MP secondary shooter. The smartphone also comes with Eye AF feature that sharply focuses on the subject from 15cms away and zooms out to infinity.
The OnePlus Nord comes with a quad-camera setup with a combination of 48MP primary lens along with 8MP wide-angle lens, 5MP depth sensor, and 2MP macro shooter. On the front, there is a dual selfie camera with 32MP primary lens and 8MP wide-angle lens. Lastly, the Moto G 5G comes with a triple-camera setup with 48-megapixel primary lens, 8-megapixel wide-angle lens and a 2-megapixel macro lens. For the front, there is a 16-megapixel camera housed in the notch.
Although the Vivo V20 Pro offers a triple-camera setup, it still gives you all the features, which is present in the quad-cameras. You get a wide-angle and macro lens, which is superior to the one present in the OnePlus Nord. You also get Eye AF feature along with a plethora of modes. The Moto G 5G seems to be lacking in competing for the two mid-range smartphones. So, this round goes to the V20 Pro as it offers unique camera features like Eye AF and more, which is not there in any other smartphone in this price range.
Vivo V20 Pro vs OnePlus Nord vs Moto G 5G: Battery and Connectivity
Coming to the battery, the Vivo V20 Pro offers 4,000mAh battery and supports 33W fast charging. The OnePlus Nord comes with 4,115mAh battery with 30W fast charging, while the Moto G 5G comes with 5,000mAh battery with 20W fast charging. The Moto G 5G has an edge as it comes with a much powerful battery, while the Vivo V20 Pro takes the lead when it comes to fast charging.
Vivo V20 Pro vs OnePlus Nord vs Moto G 5G: Verdict
Vivo V20 Pro looks a promising device and gives a stiff competition to the OnePlus Nord, though it excels the Moto G 5G. The smartphone comes with a distinct design language coupled with some interesting camera features with Eye AF being the star of the show. The OnePlus Nord offers better RAM and storage for the same price and it also has an advantage of 90Hz refresh rate. The Moto G 5G turns out to be the cheapest 5G smartphone you can get right now. The phone also packs some good internals for its price.
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