Until recently, VKworld smartphones in most cases did not seem to me to be particularly attractive in the face of direct competition. For some time now, however, the manufacturer has been launching more and more interesting devices on the market and the new VKworld SD200 can also be considered as such.
This model features a 6.088-inch, 19:9 aspect ratio display with a water drop cut-out at the top. Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not provide a screen resolution, but boasts that it covers – at least in theory – as much as 89.9% of the surface of the front panel (screen-to-body ratio). The whole construction is 8.35 mm thick.
The heart of VKworld SD200 is a Quad-core (4x ARM Cortex-A53; 14 nm) 2.0 GHz MediaTek MT6761 processor with IMG PowerVR GE8300 graphics. For comparison, VKworld SD100 uses a Quad-core MediaTeka MT6580. The smartphone also offers 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of built-in memory with the possibility of expansion by means of a microSD card.
On the back of VKworld SD100, there is a fingerprint reader and a double camera. The main lens uses a Sony IMX135 sensor with a resolution of 13.0MP, an aperture of f/2.0, PDAF and a 90° field of view. The second, auxiliary mesh has 5.0MP and is responsible for collecting depth data so that the user can get the best quality bokeh effect (blurred background).
At the front of the VKworld SD100 is a single 8 MP camera with f/2.2 aperture and 80° field of view. The smartphone also features face unlock and Dual SIM. The biggest and most positive surprise, however, is the fact that this model also has a NFC module on board, so its owners will be able to pay with it for shopping in stores.
The VKworld SD100 is controlled by Android 9.0 Pie, and its power supply is provided by a 3200 mAh battery. Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not provide, however, whether he has taken care of support for the technology of fast charging, which in this case would undoubtedly be welcome.