The Vivo Z5x, the brand’s first smartphone with a hole-punch display, is here. The phone was made official earlier in China where it’s already available for reservation online.
Following the announcement of the Vivo V15 Blossom Pink color variant alongside Vivo new endorser Maine Mendoza, the company has teamed up with San Francisco-based Benefit Cosmetics to bring the limited-edition Vivo V15 x Benefit Kit to the Philippines.
Vivo is set to launch a new smartphone at an event in China May 24, as confirmed by a post in the company’s official Weibo account.
On May 3, we exclusively reported that the Vivo Y17, a budget phone with triple rear cameras and a giant 5,000mAh battery, will be launching in the Philippines. Well, now, it’s finally here.
Vivo Philippines has officially welcomed Dubsmash Queen Maine Mendoza to its family. And along with that announcement comes the news that another version of the V15 is going to be available in the country.
The annual Google developer conference kicked off today, and part of the software giant’s keynote included updates to Android Q, the next major release of Google’s mobile operating system.
While we’re waiting for the latest global list of highest-scorers on Antutu, let’s shift our focus to the Android smartphones that did well in the benchmarks in China. After all, it’s the only information for April that Antutu released today.
Two persons who are privy to Vivo Philippines’ plans have separately confirmed to us that the Vivo Y17 is going to be available in the Philippines around mid-May.
The overall global smartphone market may have declined for the sixth consecutive quarter from January to March in 2019, but that did not stop three companies from bucking the downward trend.
Vivo recently flew us to the resort island of Boracay in the Philippines to take pictures with its latest smartphone, the Vivo V15 Pro, which is now available in stores for a price of P23,999 (roughly $464 converted).