The company’s leading smartphone will be the Vivo X51 5G
After several years of success in some very important markets in the world, Vivo finally enters Europe. Especially now that the Huawei gap needs to be filled by someone. The Chinese brand will now also be traded in Italy, Poland, France, Germany, Spain, and in the United Kingdom.
The company’s leading smartphone will be the Vivo X51 5G, a rebranded version of the X50 that launched earlier in the year. It will start at a price of £749 for 8GB/256GB. A 6.56 “AMOLED 90Hz display, 4,315mAh battery, and 33W charging. At the rear, there will be a triple set of cameras with 48MP main which for the first time introduces a gimbal stabilization OIS – micro with four axes.
It will be followed by the Y70 and Y20s, both the mid-range and lightweight with Snapdragon 460 and 5000mAh batteries.
Vivo also introduced the partnership with UEFA for the Euro 2020 championship but also Euro 2024. And recently the company has promised changes in its interface to align with pure Android for the needs of Europeans.
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