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  • Vivo V9 Pro set to launch in India next month; here are the specifications

    New Delhi: Chinese handset maker Vivo is all set to launch V9 Pro smartphone with 6GB RAM and FHD+ display in India in October. “The smartphone will be priced under Rs 20,000 and house a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660AIE processor with 6GB RAM,” industry sources told IANS on Friday.

  • Vivo trials 5G-enabled NEX S smartphone

    Beijing: Chinese handset maker Vivo has announced it has successfully trialed a 5G-ready smartphone by modifying its NEX S smartphone by putting in a Qualcomm X50 modem, which was introduced in February. “The device set-up included a non-standalone architecture model that combined both LTE and NR (New Radio) antennas, based on 3GPP Release 15 standards. The test has completed the first phase of protocol and tests with Keysight UXM 5G signaling,” GSM

  • 70% smartphone users in India switched brands in Q2: Report

    New Delhi: More than 70 per cent of smartphone users in India switched brands in the second quarter of this year, befitting Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi the most which sold nearly 37 per cent of the phones that were replaced, according a CyberMedia Research (CMR) report on Wednesday.

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    Aamir Khan replaces Ranveer Singh in this role

    New Delhi: Chinese smartphone maker Vivo on Monday announced the appointment of Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan as its brand ambassador for India, replacing actor Ranveer Singh who had been associated with the company for the past two years.

  • Indian smartphone vendors suffer as Chinese players gobble up share

    New Delhi : Aiming to help domestic smartphone manufacturers recover lost ground, the government has taken several measures in the recent past, like easing norms for local manufacturing and hiking customs duty on mobile phones.

  • Vivo sacks 20 employees, faces backlash at company unit in Noida

    New Delhi: After sacking at least 20 employees on Wednesday which resulted in a clash between security guards and employees at Vivo’s assembling unit in Greater Noida, the phone maker has now alleged that the layoffs are in line with their business decisions and interests.

  • VIVO retains IPL title sponsorship in Rs 2199 cr deal

    New Delhi : Mobile manufacturers VIVO on Tuesday retained the Indian Premier League’s title sponsorship for the next five years with a whopping Rs 2,199 crore bid, a mammoth 554 per cent more than the previous contract.

  • Nubia Z17 Mini: Tough competition to Oppo, Vivo camera phones

    New Delhi: The fight for camera performance has got intense in the mid-price segment, with Chinese smartphone makers Oppo and Vivo giving their best deals for the Indian consumers till date.  Another camera-centric Chinese player, nubia, has joined the fray with the Z17 Mini that comes with dual-lens combination (13MP+13MP) camera on the rear with 16 modes — and a 16MP front snapper. The Rs 19,999 device competes with Oppo F3 and

  • RJio’s full-fledged 4G services available to all from today

    New Delhi : Consumers across the country can avail Reliance Jio’s services from Monday, as the company opens its doors to all potential users having any 4G-enabled handset in an aggressive quest to garner 100 million subscribers.

  • Apple faces revenue decline even after iPhone 7 launch: Report

    New York: Apple will post the first annual decline in iPhone shipments despite the launch of iPhone 7 in September, said a study, adding that India has emerged as a hot smartphone market and Apple must look seriously into making further inroads into the country.

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    Oppo becomes smartphone market leader in China

    Beijing: Chinese smartphone maker Oppo is now the leader in the home smartphone market with 23 per cent market share, followed by Huawei with 17.4 per cent and Vivo with 12 per cent, a media report said on Tuesday. Oppo’s market share right now is also more than both Apple and Samsung combined in China. Apple’s share in China has shrunk to 2014 levels at nine per cent and Xiaomi is at

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    Vivo plans manufacturing plant in India

    Hyderabad: Chinese phone-maker Vivo plans to set up a manufacturing plant in India, a top company official said here on Wednesday. Vivo, which is China’s third largest smartphone manufacturer, is looking to set up the manufacturing facility at Gurgaon in three-to-four years. The Shenzhen-headquartered company, entered India in December last year, opened its first exclusive brand store in Hyderabad on Wednesday.