Vivo India filed a petition with the Delhi High Court on July 8 to contest the freezing of the company's bank account by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with a money-laundering investigation. Vivo India said in their petition that freezing the Bank Accounts will impair their existing/prospective commercial operations performed through the Bank Accounts. It will also have a negative impact on their activities in India and across the… read-more
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Following the formal announcement of the Vivo Y75 5G, Vivo also revealed the 4G model of the Android smartphone. The new Y75 features a 44-inch 1080x2400 AMOLED screen with a 60 Hz refresh rate, the MediaTek Helio G96 SoC at the helm. It has in-display fingerprint sensor and a hybrid dual-SIM slot. It is available for Rs 20,999 on Vivo India's online store in Moonlight Shadow and Dancing Waves colorways.
Vivo-backed smartphone company iQOO is expected to launch iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro on January 5, according to the media reports. It'll make its debut in China. The flagship version of the smartphone may feature a 6.78-inch QHD+ curved OLED display, 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. Reportedly, it may offer a 120W charger for a 4700mAh battery.
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VIVO's new phone model V2140A, claiming to be named VIVO 15Y has surfaced internet recently. Believed to be an entry-level device, the model will have LTE connectivity, basic features, 6.51 screen, HD resolution, Octa-core CPU, improved battery, and storage. The new models, expected to be named VIVO Y15 will be better than the recently launched Y15-A and Y15-S. However, the official launch date for the surfaced model is awaited.
Chinese smartphone maker 'Vivo' launched 'X60', 'X60 Pro' and 'X60 Pro+' of its much-awaited X60 series in India. Starting at Rs 37,990 and Rs 49,990, 'X60' and 'X60 Pro' is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 while donning a 6.56-inch curved AMOLED display. Meanwhile, 'X60 Pro+ comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor costing Rs 69,990. Slated to release on April 2, the series will be available on Amazon, Flipkart and offline stores.
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Vivo launched its budget phone Vivo Y12s in India priced at Rs 9,990 on January 12. With a 6.51-inch Halo full-view display and HD+ (1600×720) resolution, the phone is boosted by MediaTek Helio P35 processor with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Equipped 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, the phone is powered by a 5,000mAh battery. Along with offline stores, the company is offering the phone on various etailers.
Vivo on December 6 launched its Y51 for Indian market. The smartphone comes with a 5000mAh battery with 18W fast charge and a 6.58-inch Halo Full View Display with FHD+ (2408×1080) resolution. It also sports a 48MP AI-powered triple rear camera and inbuilt diverse shooting modes. It will be available in two colors - Titanium Sapphire and Crystal Symphony. Priced at Rs 17,990, it offers 8GB RAM, 128GB ROM and Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor… read-more
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Vivo is likely to launch its slimmest 5G phone 'V20 Pro' in India priced at Rs 29,990. While the release date is still unconfirmed, the official teaser says 'coming soon'. The 7.39mm slim 4000mAH phone comes with a rear 64-megapixel and front 44-megapixel camera. It has also been equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G processor along with 8GB RAM and 128GB in-built storage. The phone will run on Android 11 platform.
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Vivo has confirmed about its developing smartphone that can change its rear case’s colour with just a touch. Reportedly, the company claims to be using electrochromic glass with the help of color morphing material, to achieve this dazzling effect. According to a concept video posted on Weibo, when a thumb is placed on the phone, the color changes from sapphire blue to a slivery finish.
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BCCI has officially confirmed, Edu-tech company Unacademy has now shown interest in the rights of IPL's title sponsorship. Post the exit of Vivo, various Indian brands are in line for backing the IPL title sponsorship. Patanjali and Unacademy will now be competitors, and the sponsorship will go to the highest bidder. The other companies in the pipeline are Jio, Dream11 and Paytm.
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