The Vivo X60 and X60 Pro recently broke cover as one of the last devices to launch in 2020. Vivo also confirmed its latest flagship series for the Philippine market, though no date has been set for its announcement.
It’s a no-brainer: Last week’s launch of the Qualcomm’s first-ever 5G chip for the masses, the 8nm Snapdragon 480, would make devices that support the fifth-generation mobile network more accessible to everyone.
A few days after sharing the Chinese market’s rankings for December, Antutu Benchmark this time revealed the list of best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones released globally.
In a blog post we at Revü stumbled upon while checking its site, Vivo Philippines has confirmed the local launch of its flagship Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro in 8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB, and 12GB/256GB configurations, though no date was announced. And while the arrival of the X60 series is expected, we didn’t expect to see confirmation that another Vivo phone …
Vivo, as some of you know, recently unveiled the new OriginOS update, which is based on Android 11 (for now, at least) and will replace Funtouch OS as its Android overlay of choice on its current and future smartphones.
As we roll out a new month (well, a new year, actually), it’s once again time to name the best-performing Android smartphones in China’s high-end and midrange segments, according to the Antutu benchmark platform.
We always find lists of best-selling devices interesting even if they’re from one retailer only. Well, especially if they’re from one of the biggest retailers.
At today’s Vivo event in China, the company showed the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888-powered Vivo X60 Pro Plus. But the device is going to be launched in late January; tonight’s stars were really the more affordable X60 series models.
Vivo will lift the veil off the its new X lineup in China December 29th. We’ve already seen a lot of leaks ahead of the launch, and today, we’re treated to the specs of one of the smartphones about to be announced.
The Vivo S1 Pro is now more affordable than ever in the Philippines, thanks to a recent price cut. For a limited time, you can score one of Vivo‘s AMOLED-equipped, selfie-focused midrange smartphones at a more reasonable price of P11,999 (around $248 converted).