Ready your wallets, Vivo fans. The follow-up to the Vivo V20 series is already scheduled to go official a little more than a week from now.
Antutu has revealed the top-performing global Android phones for March 2021, and the best performer in the rankings is no surprise at all — not to us, at least.
According to IDC’s report, OPPO was the top smartphone vendor in the Philippines in the fourth quarter of 2020. In another market-research firm’s tracker, there was a different No. 1 — but it’s a brand that’s still part of the same conglomerate that owns OPPO.
Vivo Philippines is also making headlines this week, as it has officially launched the Vivo Y20s (G) on the local market.
The Xiaomi Redmi 9T, Realme C15, and Vivo Y20i are among the most popular value-focused smartphones on the local market that not only look good for the price, but are packed with enough specs and features to make consumers take a pause and reconsider similarly priced alternatives or more expensive midrange options altogether.
Vivo Philippines has finally revealed when you can pre-purchase the latest addition to its bestselling Y series.
Popular benchmarking website Antutu Benchmark just published its latest rankings of the top-performing flagship and midrange Android smartphones in China. And the results are, well, quite interesting, especially in the top-end segment, where the likes of the ASUS ROG Phone 5, Black Shark 4 Pro, and RedMagic 6 Pro are included in the mix.
It turns out there’s a Vivo Y series phone that’s already out on the local market ahead of the Vivo Y20s (G)’s release in the Philippines.
Vivo Philippines will be launching a new smartphone in the country soon. And no, it’s not the Vivo X60 series, which will also debut locally sometime later in the year. We’re talking about the Vivo Y20s (G), which debuted in Africa and Indonesia earlier this year. Yet, unlike other variants announced so far, the local model of the Y20s (G) …
Finally, the first 5G-ready Y series phone on our side of the world is official, giving consumers outside China access to one more affordable handset that can connect to the fifth-generation mobile network.