The first 5G phone in Vivo‘s bestselling smartphone series is set to debut tomorrow, March 22, in Thailand. But we already have most of the details of the device ahead of its launch.
Vivo has revealed that on March 22, it will unveil its latest X60 series in Malaysia, one of the brand’s key markets. You might recall that the company’s local arm earlier teased the local launch of the Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro in the Philippines, so the wait shouldn’t be too much longer now.
MediaTek launched the flagship-grade Dimensity 1100 chip alongside the Dimensity 1200 in January. And now, it’s finally on the commercial market, thanks to Vivo.
From third to first. After ending up in third place in the third quarter of 2020, OPPO Philippines leaped to the No. 1 spot in the local smartphone rankings.
Apple led the global smartphone market in the last quarter of 2020 — that much we know by now, as we reported here around three weeks ago. But how about in our region? What was the market like?
The Vivo S9 is an upcoming midrange Android phone that is tipped to launch March 6 in China. On top of that, the successor to the Vivo S7 5G — or the Chinese variant of the Philippines’ Vivo V20 Pro 5G — is expected to debut as the world’s first MediaTek Dimensity 1100-based device, among other things.
Vivo Philippines’ first local smartphone release for 2021 is finally official. The Y31 is here and brings a bevy of youthful energy to Vivo’s Y lineup.
Today’s the day! One of Vivo‘s latest Y series phones has gone official in the Philippines.
There’s no doubt now that there is indeed a Vivo S7t 5G, as it has already appeared on the site of Chinese telecommunications company China Telecom. Even better, the listing comes with images and specs of the phone.
Could it be true? A Chinese tipster has claimed that the successor to the Vivo S7 5G will be launched March 6 in China. Not only that, the phone might be the first to debut with one of MediaTek’s new 5G chips.