Following the release of its first foldable smartphone, the Vivo X Note, Vivo has confirmed that its upcoming flagship X80 series will debut in China soon.
Vivo today announced three new and exciting products in China, including the company’s first foldable phone and tablet in the Vivo X Fold and Vivo Pad, respectively.
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The specs of the upcoming Vivo X Fold have been leaked prior to the foldable phone’s debut in China on April 11. In related news, Vivo India CEO Jerome Chen recently confirmed that the device will also launch in India after its Chinese release, suggesting an international unveiling could be in the cards.
Last year saw the launch of several foldable smartphones, with devices from Samsung, OPPO, Xiaomi, Motorola, and Huawei all playing a pivotal role in propelling foldables to mainstream consciousness.
The newest Vivo phone in the Philippines after the Y21T is styled as a perfect travel companion for capturing the best adventure stories.
It seems that Vivo Philippines has no plans of stopping from introducing new products just yet. After launching the Vivo V23 5G, V23e, and Y21T, it is set to roll out another smartphone to local stores real soon.
Barely a week after the stunning Vivo V23 5G became available in the Philippines alongside the more affordable Vivo V23e, the BBK Electronics brand has launched a phone for the more-budget-conscious market.
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What a great 2021 Realme Philippines had, as can be seen in a market-research firm’s most recent data.
The Vivo V23 series, which comprises the chameleon-like Vivo V23 5G and Vivo V23e 5G, is now official in the Philippines, and we have the local pricing and availability details for both models.
Vivo will debut its latest V23 series in the Philippines soon February 12th.
Apple once again holds the top spot in the global smartphone ranking after three quarters.
Don’t be confused by the name. More than five years after Vivo unveiled a Y55 model, the brand released another phone with the same name, but is 5G-ready this time.
New year, new smartphone. Vivo has unveiled its latest handset in Indonesia, and it’s similar to the world’s first Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 phone, the Vivo Y32, which was launched in China almost two weeks ago. Except that it has a better set of cameras and less RAM.
Realme apparently sold a lot of 5G smartphones this previous quarter.
Earlier in February, Vivo launched the Y31 in the Philippines with a suggested retail price of P12,999 (around $261 converted).
Antutu Benchmark has just released its latest list of best-performing Android smartphones released in China. So while we’re still waiting for the global rankings, we’re sharing the newly revealed information with you now. After all, many of the models that got included there are also available on the international market.
We had a feeling the Vivo Y76 5G would arrive in the Philippines after its debut in Malaysia. True enough, Vivo has announced that the device is coming here soon. Even better, we at Revü already know its price.