Well, there's a Huawei-shaped opening thanks to Mr Trump and co Another month, and another Chinese mobile behemoth is trying its hand at the European smartphone sector. This time, it's the turn of Vivo, which just released a slew of devices, including its X50 5G flagship.…
The news comes just a quarter after major lows for India due to the effects of COVID-19 and related measures.
The largest smartphone maker you’ve never heard of is finally venturing to Europe as Vivo brings over a full range of devices.
Vivo is not one to shy from taking big risks in introducing never before seen features in phones, from the first deca-core phones to the first popup cameras to an all-glass seamless phone. It is admittedly the first to introduce the world to a motorized pop-up camera and it is now taking that one step further with a popup camera … Continue reading
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India has been trying to push electronics and mobile manufacturing under its “Make in India” scheme. As part of the project, it invited proposals from the international phone makers to allow a subsidy of 4-6% on sales for gadgets produced in the country. Today the government announced that Samsung and Apple’s partners Foxconn, Winston, and Pegatron have won a five-year approval to gain benefits from this scheme. Under the Production Linked Incentive Scheme (PLI), phone-makers will get 4-6% benefit on devices that are worth ₹15,000 ($205) or above. [Read: Facebook and Instagram ban all QAnon accounts, violent content or not] The government expects… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iPhone,Samsung
Market research agency, Visual Captalist, recently released its latest report on the brand share of consumer electronics in the second quarter of this year. According ...
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Vivo continues to expand the X range with the Vivo X50e. It received mid-range hardware and did not offer a fancy camera similar to the ...
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At the end of August, Samsung regained leadership in the smartphone market. According to analysts at Counterpoint Research, the South Korean giant controls 22% of ...
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A couple of days ago, Vivo unveiled the Vivo V20 series in the form of a vanilla Vivo V20, a V20 Pro, and a Vivo ...
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Earlier this week, Vivo unveiled the Vivo V20 series in the form of the vanilla V20 and V20 Pro. Since its big reveal, we knew ...
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Vivo is working on a new mid-range device called the Vivo Y12s. In the recent past, the smartphone has already received several certifications. Now it ...
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In the past few years, many traditional smartphone makers have been switching to the TV production. Well, we don’t mean they stopped making smartphones. But ...
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