Vivo‘s latest V series midrange smartphone is now more affordable than ever after a recent price cut. In a move that perhaps hints at the arrival of a successor, Vivo Philippines has adjusted the price of the Vivo V19 Neo effective today, September 11.
So the successors to the Vivo V19 series are launching soon, six months after the latter debuted in Indonesia.
It’s always interesting to see which brands end up being the most popular every time there’s a major sale happening nationwide.
Vivo pulls out all the stops with the flagship X50 Pro, but that’s not the subject of this review. Instead, we’re talking about its almost P15,000 (around $308) cheaper sibling, the Vivo X50.
The company behind benchmarking-tool Antutu has released August’s best-performing Android phones that were released in China, with the global rankings likely to follow soon.
Counterpoint Research has shared with us at Revü more detailed information on how the smartphone vendors performed locally in the second quarter of 2020.
Well, this is a surprise. Just days after launching the X50 and X50 Pro 5G in the Philippines, Vivo has announced the Vivo Y30 for its local audience, with a suggested retail price of P9,999 (around $206 converted).
We’ve seen a lot of high-end phones with impressive camera specs lately, and the Vivo X50 Pro 5G, which is now available for preorder in the Philippines with a suggested retail price of P39,999 (around $824 converted), is the latest to get a local release.
After launching the V19 and V19 Neo, Vivo zooms into the Philippine market once again. This time, last quarter’s No. 1 smartphone vendor in the country has introduced two products that are a first for the company.
Now, it can be said: Vivo‘s first true wireless earphones, whose launch we at Revü witnessed in Shanghai last year, will be offered in the Philippines. This was revealed to us during an online media gathering the company recently organized.