While we wait for the Vivo S5 to be officially launched, the Chinese phone maker appears to be more interested in promoting their collaboration with Cai Xukun; a renown singer, dancer, rapper and songwriter from the Asian country.Vivo did indeed just tease the upcoming device with some images of the Vivo S5 IKUN Special Edition and its gift box.Which is what you’re expected to get if you’re a fan of the Chinese artist.Inside the gift box you’d find a custom lanyard with a badge, a postcard and a sticker; all of them portraying Cai Xukun.Vivo S5 Coming in an Ikun Special EditionSpecs wise, the Vivo S5 is going to be a mid-ranger packing an octa-core CPU clocked at 2.3Ghz, according to a previous appearance on Chinese certification site TENAA.
Chinese phone maker Vivo just revealed that their upcoming Vivo S5 series is on the way.The company did indeed announce the smartphone is officially coming on November 14th; along with the endorsement of Cai Xukun, a famous Chinese singer, dancer, rapper and songwriter.Vivo S5 Officially Teased, Comes with Diamond-Shaped Camera SetupIn the official renders released over on Weibo, we can finally have a look at real design of the device.The Vivo S5 comes with a OLED display and a camera hole in upper right corner.We see these two technologies together for the first time on a Chinese phone.
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is warming up to unveil the S5 on the 14th of November.And although we are still not aware of the specifications of the phone, we’ve been seeing some leaks of the design of the phone, thanks to the previous two render leaks and the new leaked pictures attached below.The new picture leak of the Vivo S5 showcases the back of the phone but unfortunately not completely.Anyways, we can perceive the design as per the previous render leaks.Interestingly, this new render exhibits a quad-camera setup arranged in a diamond-shaped pattern though the earlier renders featured a triple-camera setup.Further, there exists another module which we believe to be flash as it cannot be seen anywhere due to the model’s (Cai Xukun) hand.
Vivo is about to launch a new smartphone in China dubbed as S5 on November 14, as teased by a number of Vivo official posts so far.However, we got our first look of the device in the form of a leaked promotion advertisement today featuring Chinese singer Cai Xukun who will be the brand ambassador for this phone.And now, not one but two different renders of Vivo S5 surface on the web with uncommon display designs.We all know the back of the Vivo S5 will feature a diamond-shaped quad-camera layout with an LED flash underneath it from the first-ever leak.But we were never exposed to the front of the phone which has happened now.The first promotional front render of the Vivo S5 shows a hole-punch cutout at the top right corner to accommodate the selfie camera.
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News/reports about the imminent arrival of the Vivo S5 smartphone have been floating around for some days now.The Chinese brand however recently quelled the prevailing rumors when it officially confirmed the device via a short video teaser.Now, the brand has confirmed the VIVO S5 would be launching pretty soon.How soon you may ask?Well, the Vivo S5 as per a recent launch teaser will be announced at an event in Hangzhou on 14th November – the same date Xiaomi announces its Mi Note 10.Brand ambassador Cai Xukun, who was recently caught holding the S5 in a promo video for a fashion magazine will make an appearance at the event.
Vivo is back with yet another budget smartphone dubbed Vivo Y3 Standard Edition in China.As the name suggests, the device is a variant of the previously launched Vivo Y3.For those who’re unaware, the original device was launched way back in May 2019.Here is everything you need to know about the latest Vivo Y3 Standard Edition.Vivo Y3 Standard Edition: Price, AvailabilityThe standard edition of the device comes in a single variant only featuring 3GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard memory.
Do you remember the Vivo S5 smartphone which was accidentally exposed by Vivo’s S series spokesperson, Cai Xukun?Well, it seems that we are finally getting a confirmation of the handset’s name as well as of its imminent arrival.The handset will come with fairly interesting design with four cameras, lined up in a diamond shape.Today, Vivo’s official Weibo account published a teaser confirming the “S5” name.The tagline of the device can roughly be translated as “Illuminate your beauty”.The Vivo S1 and S1 Pro were released as photo-centric smartphones.
Latest Mobile Phone Vivo Z5x Launched In China - 24th.Best Gadget Vivo Z5x Product on Friday created its admission in China.The new smartphone may be an allotment of the company's Z-series and joins the company's mid-range smartphone portfolio aural the country.The buzz goes on auction next anniversary in China, but the Asian nation launches data aboveboard admeasurement an abstruseness at this time.14,400 for the 4GB + 64GB alternative in China.The 6GB + 64GB, 6GB + 128GB, and 8GB + one28GB variants can retail at CNY 1,498 - almost Rs.15,400, CNY 1,698 - almost Rs.
5G is still giving its first steps in the Globe, with its major strongholds being in China and in the US.The next-gen network will have a major boost in the next year, especially with the advent of midrange devices packing the new network standards.We know that there are several countries where the development of 5G networks is yet to make out of the paper, however, we may see developed countries getting 5G ready by 2020.Despite the infancy of 5G, there are some talks about 6G, the next new standard.The Chinese company, Vivo has just filed a patent for 6G.Don’t hold your breath network enthusiast!
Vivo iQOO Neo 855 is the newest member in the series which as per the name is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855.The other key features of the device include support for 33W fast charging and an affordable CNY 1,998 starting price.The original iQOO with Snapdragon 855 was announced in March as a gaming smartphone which was later followed by iQOO Neo with Snapdragon 845 in July at a much cheaper price.And now, after teasing for a few days, the brand officially debuts their fourth device name iQOO Neo 855 with Snapdragon 855.The newly-announced Vivo iQOO Neo 855 sports a 6.38-inches FHD+(1080 x 2340 pixels) Super AMOLED display at the front with a waterdrop notch and a fingerprint sensor underneath.The display also supports HDR10 content and DC dimming.
Chinese manufacturer, Vivo, has released a new entry-level smartphone, Vivo Y11 (2019) in Vietnam.The first Vivo Y11 arrived way back in 2015 and this 2019 version comes with new specifications.This new smartphone costs about VND 2,990,000 ($130) and the sale will kickstart from October 22nd.This smartphone is quite similar to the Vivo Y12 but it uses dual rear camera setup as well as a Snapdragon 439 SoC.This smartphone comes with a 6.35-inch HD+ waterdrop display.In addition to the SD439 processor, the Vivo Y11 (2019) is equipped with 3GB RAM and 32GB of expandable internal storage.
Vivo is well-known for offering smartphones across various price segments.Recently, the brand made a breakthrough with its flagship Nex 3 which comes with a waterfall display.And now the company has started teasing a budget smartphone in China which will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675.Now, the BBK sub-brand already has multiple offerings with that SoC even in China but this looks like a Y series handset.The official Vivo account on Weibo posted a picture of a phone with the number 675 at top.Which clearly means the phone that is being teased will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675.
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo back in September introduced the VIVO U10 smartphone under the new VIVO Users in India.The U10 which the brand has rebranded for the Chinese market as the VIVO U3x may be getting a successor soon.The brand is now teasing the imminent launch of the VIVO U3 in the Chinese market.While there are currently no official spec sheet, the VIVO U3 and U10 share the same design featuring a triple rear camera, an LED flash, a fingerprint scanner slightly below the camera setup.While the U10/U3x has its VIVO branding situated centrally on the bottom rear, the logo on the VIVOU3 sits to the left.The teaser poster confirms the said device will come with the Snapdragon 675 under its hood.
Reports from a few days back had it that VIVO was on the verge of launching a new VIVO IQOO phone, perhaps, dubbed the VIVO IQOO Neo 2 or simply the Vivo IQOO Neo SD855 variant.It already surfaced on Geekbench with some impressive scores, and as well on the AnTuTu Benchmark.We are still uncertain what marketing name the brand will adopt, however, it is a given that the upcoming Iqoo Neo Smartphone will be an updated version of the standard Neo.Now, the company has taken to Weibo to once again confirm it has a VIVO IQOO Neo phone with the SD855 in the making.The device will go official on October 24th in its home market – China.Official specs and design details are still under the wraps, however, the biggest upgrade the Iqoo Neo 2 will get is in its processor.
A new Vivo smartphone with model number V1934A/T has been spotted on TENAA today.This happens after a similar series model V1936A was seen on thee CCC portal recently and it was alleged to be the unannounced IQOO Lite.However, the Vivo V1934A/T is on TENAA which means we get to know all its major specifications and features.The handset has a 6.53-inch 2340×1080 IPS display with a tear-drop notch design and an octa-core 2.0GHz processor.It has a 4GB and a 6GB model as well and a massive 4,920mAh battery.The device also has a triple camera setup on the rear with a 16MP+8MP+2MP sensor mentioned on the certification document.
While the brand’s most ambitious projects are saved for the Nex series, the brand’s creativity also trickles down to its mid-range phones, including its latest V-series phone — the Vivo V17 Pro.Armed with two pop-up selfie shooters, another four cameras on the rear, and a handful of other upgrades over the V15 Pro, is the V17 Pro another winner for Vivo?The Vivo V15 Pro, launched earlier in 2019, was one of the first budget phones to feature a pop-up camera as an alternative to the dreaded notch or a punch hole cutout.With rivals like the Realme and Xiaomi jumping on board the pop-up camera bandwagon, Vivo has gone one better for its successor and installed a second selfie camera into the V17 Pro for taking wide-angle shots.There’s also a handy flash in the middle.I should note from the start that unless you’re really into beauty modes, you may not like the results from either selfie shooter.
Recently, a new smartphone from Vivo got the Chinese 3C certification.This device comes with model number V1936A.The Vivo V1936A supports up to 33W fast charge, and the issue date is September 29th.The manufacturer and applicant are all Vivo Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. As of now, this is all we know about the Vivo V1936A.Vivo seems to be working on a number of smartphones simultaneously.In September alone, six Vivo devices got 3C certification including the vivo NEX 3 5G.
No longer is one lens enough, the world needs two lenses elevating out the top of a smartphone, or at least that’s what Vivo thinks.Already a brand that puts plenty of emphasis on taking selfies, the main standout feature on the new Vivo V17 Pro is a motorized dual-lens selfie camera, and it really does look great.This makes the phone’s body surprisingly compact for one with a 6.44-inch display on the front.The motorized pop-up camera is as slickly presented as you’d expect from the company that pioneered the camera type.You can choose different sound effects to accompany its rise out of the body, and although it can be used for face unlock, it’s only as a backup to the fingerprint sensor.This means it activates only after the fingerprint ID fails three times.
The recently released Vivo V17 Pro is available across offline retailers in India starting from today.That is rather curious since the company announced that the handset would be available offline just on September 27.The report comes from 91mobiles which pointed out that the new mid-range device is already available via some offline stores a day ahead of the scheduled launch.According to the report, retailers from Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, and Rajasthan have confirmed that Vivo has reduced the sales target of offline vendors by 15%.The reason behind this move could be because of the processor powering the V17 Pro.The Snapdragon 675 is powering the handset and is also present in the Vivo V15 Pro.