Have you been naughty or nice this year? Vivo Philippines, fresh from being named as one of the top smartphone brands in the country, will play Santa this Christmas by giving away a brand-new Ford Ecosport and other premium prizes.
Earlier this month, we at Revü shared an exclusive on research firm Canalys’ latest quarterly findings on the Philippine smartphone market, where we saw Realme took the top spot in the third quarter of 2020.
A new Vivo Y series phone is being sold in places like Hong Kong, Bahrain, Jordan, and Vietnam, and we have a feeling it may arrive in the Philippines, too. Meet the Vivo Y12s.
5G has recently become “the talk of the town” globally. Many technologically driven countries race to become the first nation to fully adopt 5G technology, going as far as setting up dedicated taskforces to ensure a timely rollout of the tech.
The biggest sale event of the year is about to kick off in a few days, with November 11 marking the start date of the annual monthlong sale period. As in previous years, most big-name consumer electronics companies will join the event, and Vivo Philippines is among them.
One market-research firm’s most recent report on the local smartphone market is in, and we’re basically seeing the same players in the rankings as the last time — only their spots changed.
It seems that the more users explore their Vivo V20 series smartphones since their release in the Philippines last October 31, the more surprising features they discover. And it might take a while to fully tinker with every single innovative feature, as there are many to play with.
Samsung may be at the top of the smartphone rankings, but it’s a different case for its mobile application processor, based on market-research firm Counterpoint’s report.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made video-chat apps like Zoom and Google Meet a part of many people’s daily work and school lives. And if you’re in the market for an affordable yet stylish pair of basic earphones for voice and video calls, then Vivo might have something worth your consideration.
Apple, Huawei, and Samsung. Recently, we see these three smartphone vendors slug it out at the top in the quarterly global rankings. But the third quarter of 2020 is different, according to market-research firm Canalys.