Earlier today, Vivo took the wraps off Vivo U10 in India.The smartphone is the first handset of U-series to be available in the competitive market of India.Instead of Vivo U10, the company decided to adopt the “Vivo U3x” moniker on its homeland.The smartphone retains the Snapdragon 665 SoC which is paired with 3GB/4GB and 32GB/64GB of storage.If the top amount isn’t enough for you, there’s a dedicated microSD slot for further expansion.The U3x boasts a 6.35-inch IPS LCD with a waterdrop notch and HD+ resolution.
The handset maker has announced the Vivo U10 which is a very good contender for an entry-level device and will take on the best from Xiaomi and Redmi in its respective segment.8,990 ($126) and offers a processor and battery right up there with the standards of Xiaomi and Realme.More on pricing, availability, and variants at the end of the article.Coming to looks and design, the Vivo U10 has a flat back and the sides have a slight curve.The triple camera array on the rear is decorated by a copper/gold ring which looks elegant and the fingerprint reader sits in the middle.As for the specifications and components, the Vivo U10 has a 6.35-inch IPS LCD panel that offers HD+ resolution of 720 x 1544 pixel and a 19.3:9 aspect ratio.
Chinese phone maker Vivo just unveiled the new V17 Pro in all global markets, with India being the first stop.The smartphone brings the industry’s first 32MP Dual Elevating Front Camera, which is a very interesting upgrade over Vivo’s iconic front lifting camera setup.But that’s not all there’s to it; let’s find out the rest of the specs!Vivo V17 Pro Officially Launched with 32MP Dual Pop-Up CamerasThe Vivo V17 Pro will be one of the most advanced mid-rangers on the market with its custom made 6.44-inch Super AMOLED Ultra FullViewTM Display with a ratio of 20:9.The clean display is also designed to hide the Dual Elevating Front Camera, an under display fingerprint scanner, earpiece, light and proximity sensors all inside the phone body.
Right on the heels of the sleek, experimental Nex 3, Vivo has announced a new phone at the mid-to-high end of the market.The V17 Pro will serve as the company’s headline device in many of its regions, or for people who aren’t ready to give up volume buttons just yet.The V17 Pro has the same Snapdragon 675 processor as the V15 Pro, which was released earlier this year, but otherwise basically everything is all-new.It has 8GB of RAM as standard, the battery has been increased to 4,100mAh, and the build is a noticeably bulkier at 9.8mm thick.Part of that bulk can be accounted for by the battery, but the new pop-up selfie camera module probably also has something to do with it.The V17 Pro has two selfie cameras, including a 32-megapixel main sensor and an 8-megapixel ultrawide, and both are housed in a rectangular module that rises from behind the screen.
Vivo will unveil its new Vivo V17 Pro tomorrow, and despite this fact, it found time for one more teaser.Thanks to previous reports we already know that this handset will ship with a quad-camera setup on the back and dual pop-up camera with two selfie units.Now a new promo page emerged on Flipkart’s giving us more details about the cameras.According to Flipkart’s landing page, the vivo V17 Pro will boast a 48MP primary camera at the back which is coupled by a 13MP telephoto (2x zoom), 8MP ultrawide angle, and 2MP depth sensor units.Furthermore, the dual pop-up camera will comprise a 32MP main unit which comes alongside a 105-degree Super wide-angle unit.Interesting enough, the front-facing setup will come with a Super Night Selfie mode.
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo announced its new premium device, the Nex 3.Vivo will offer a 5G version of the handset, following the rest of the world’s major smartphone makers.Why it matters: Vivo is vying to remain competitive in global markets, as telecom operators around the world work to deploy 5G services to consumers.Still nascent, adoption of 5G devices are expected to remain limited until well into 2020, according to research firm Gartner.“We’re trying to provide more choices for consumers.”—Ding Guanli, Vivo Product Manager
Days before Huawei is due to reveal its new flagship Mate 30 lineup, launching without Google apps or services on September 19th, promotional images of four of the upcoming devices appear to have leaked online.The images were shared by leaker Evan Blass, and show off what he claims is the new Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30 Lite, and what appears to be a Porsche Design edition of one of the new handsets.On the back we can see the familiar Leica branding along with four sensors that are contained within a circular camera cutout.One cryptic tweet suggested that these will consist of a pair of 40-megapixel sensors, an 8-megapixel sensor, and a time-of-flight sensor.There also appears to be two signal strength indicators on the top left of the screen, suggesting there’ll be a dual-SIM version of the device.In comparison to the Pro, the regular Mate 30 appears to have a much smaller display notch, which MSPowerUser speculates could be because this model includes fewer sensors for face unlock.
Chinese manufacturer, Vivo, is getting set to release the Vivo NEX 3 5G flagship in Shanghai on September 16.The theme of the conference is “Unbounded in the Future”, suggesting NEX 3’s “Unbounded Waterfall Screen”.At the same time, Vivo’s first true wireless Bluetooth headset, Vivo TWS Earphone, will also arrive.Today, the second official preheating poster for this headset hit the web.This time, the poster reveals more of the design of this headset.From the preheating poster, the Vivo TWS Earphone adopts a design style similar to Apple AirPods.
Vivo has already teased a couple of products to launch in China on September 16th.However, the company’s software account, Funtouch OS just shared a video teaser for a new version Funtouch OS 9.1 coming soon.Dates have not been mentioned but it isn’t hard to predict that we’ll see it on the flagship NEX 3 going official on Monday.The company has also teased new TWS earphones to launch on the same day.Vivo is one of the most uninspiring Chinese OEMs when it comes to software updates.Even its sister concern, OPPO, which doesn’t have a very good track record itself, can be considered ways ahead in that regard.
VIVO is going to release a hexa-camera smartphone soon.As you guess, this term means there will be a quad-camera on the back and a dual-camera on the front.Interestingly, the VIVO V17 Pro will use a pop-up camera design.Today, it became known this handset will hit the market on September 20, in a week.But it will ship on September 28.Apart from the hexa-camera design, the VIVO V17 Pro will also sport other attractive features.
We all are waiting for the VIVO NEX 3, which is promised to come with outstanding features and smooth performance.Starting from the first generation of this series, VIVO has always amazed us with a great design, stable performance, and outstanding camera experience.The same should happen when the third-gen model is out.But this company has other smartphone lines that offer attractive handsets as well.Moreover, they cost way less than the NEX line devices.As for now, 91mobiles reports the company is going to announce a new U series.
Vivo will soon launch its new budget phone, Vivo U10 in India.Ahead of the launch, the eCommerce giant Amazon listed the smartphone on its page announcing the date of its launch, September 24 at 12:00 PM and will be sold on Amazon.The smartphone will come with 18W fast charging support, which will let users charge the U10’s battery for 4.5 hours in just 10 minutes.The biggest highlight of the smartphone is its performance and long-lasting battery.The smartphone will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC and waterdrop-style notch, slim bezels.In terms of performance, the listing on Amazon page reveals that the phone will be a great multi-tasker and capable of clicking great shots.
Chinese manufacturing giant, Vivo is getting set to unveil its new smartphone, Vivo NEX 3.This smartphone will arrive on September 16th and the general manager of the Vivo product line, Li Xiang, has revealed the camera optimization on this smartphone.According to Li Xiang, smartphone cameras are consistently improving and Vivo is moving with the trend.According to him, the Vivo NEX 3 will come with a new camera UI which the company hopes everyone will like.Although he mentioned a new custom camera function, he did not say the exact features that we should expect.However, it appears that there will be some modifications in the self-timer and beauty modes.
As widely expected, Vivo has today announced the Z1X smartphone, a mid-range global variant of Vivo Z5 presented in late July in China.Vivo Z1X inherits all the hardware features of the Z5 smartphone.There is a 6.38″ display with FHD resolution and SCHOTT Xensation Glass protection, Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 64 or 128GB of expandable internal memory and a 4,500 mAh battery with support for 22.5W fast charge.The photographic sector is also identical, which includes a triple rear camera of 48, 8 and 2MP and a single 32MP front cam integrated into the drop-shaped central notch.6.38-inch (2340 × 1080 pixels) 19.5:9 aspect ratio Full HD+ Super AMOLED Halo FullView display.103% NTSC Color Gamut, 60000:1 contrast ratio, SCHOTT Xensation Glass protection
Chinese manufacturer, Vivo, is getting set to release the vivo NEX 3 5G flagship in Shanghai on September 16.The theme of the conference is “Unbounded in the Future”, suggesting NEX 3’s “Unbounded Waterfall Screen”.At the same time, Vivo’s first true wireless Bluetooth headset, Vivo TWS Earphone, will also arrive.Today, the official preheating poster for this headset hit the web.The poster only reveals the corner of the vivo TWS Earphone.As of now, we don’t know if it is a headset or a charging box.
Numerous 5G smartphones are racing into the market and Vivo is not left out.The company already has the cheapest 5G smartphone in the market via its sub-brand iQOO Pro 5G.Now, vivo NEX 3 5G version has TENAA’s approval and it comes in two models – V1924T and V1924A.In addition to supporting 5G, this phone also includes a triple camera setup with a triangular design.The Vivo NEX 3 5G version uses a 6.89-inch Full HD+ AMOLED waterdrop screen with a resolution of 2256 x 1080 pixels and the screen ratio is about 99.6%.This smartphone measures 167.44 x 76.14 x 9.4mm and weighs 218.5 grams.
Its been just a few weeks since VIVO announced the VIVO Z5 in China, and is only just leaving the shores of the country.But what next after the Z5?.The Z6 apparently, but it appears that might not be happening, as indications have emerged that the VIVO Z6 might see the light of the day.Instead, the brand might launch the VIVO Z7 and VIVO Z9.A recent report from China says the brand has trademarked the names of two of its upcoming smartphones – the VIVO Z7 and Z9.However apart from the names, not much is known about these devices.
Vivo is gearing up to launch the Vivo Z1x smartphone on September 6.A couple of tidbits about the device internals were already revealed by the company itself.Based on this, we know that it will ship with an under-screen fingerprint scanner, triple-camera setup, and FlashCharge support.Now, thanks to an anonymous tipster who reported to GSM Arena, we know more details about the handset’s specifications.The Vivo Z1x will feature a 6.38-inch Super AMOLED display which is likely to have a Full-HD+ resolution.In addition, the smartphone will boast the Snapdragon 712 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM.
Samsung may have christened its curved edge screen as an Infinity Display but other companies are going to be the ones to take it to the extreme.OPPO was rumored to be jumping on a “waterfall” type screen that Samsung was too afraid to use but now it seems that sibling and rival Vivo will beat it to the punch..It has officially teased and shown off the Vivo NEX 3 5G’s design and has now enlisted the help of YouTuber Mrwhosetheboss to tease what the phone is all about, which, at least for now, revolves around that screen.Of course, the Vivo NEX 3 5G has more than just a screen going for it.There’s the 5G connection which, although proven to be fast, is pretty much useless for markets without 5G networks.Whether or not it will have at least a fast 4G support.
It’s no secret that Samsung’s dominance within the smartphone industry is challenged by many different Chinese manufacturers.These OEMs are chipping away at Samsung’s sales and even coming close to stealing the company’s crown as the top global smartphone maker (until that idea was stamped out for now).Amidst all this competition, it appears Samsung’s solution is to play both sides.According to The Korea Times, Samsung is expanding its smartphone component sales strategy when it comes to Chinese OEMs, especially Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo.In other words, Samsung is struggling to beat its rivals in the open market so it is relying instead on selling smartphone parts to its competitors in an effort to sustain its growth.As an example, Samsung recently announced that it will sell its ISOCELL Bright GW1 image sensor to Xiaomi for inclusion in the latter company’s Redmi devices.