Qualcomm has taken the wraps off its Snapdragon 888 Plus 5G Mobile Platform, with a focus on AI-enhanced gaming and performance, allowing users to play games at up tp 144Hz on QHD mobile displays.
Qualcomm has announced that it is partnering with over 35 companies worldwide to drive the growth of 5G mmWave, which will potentially allow users to download a 120-minute 4K UHD movie in 27 seconds.
iQOO's latest smartphone features a 6.5-inch LCD, a dual camera, and a 5,000 mAh battery. Powered by MediaTek's octa-core Helio G80 chipset, this phone's price starts at around $140 in China.
TrendForce expects smartphone production to be 9% higher this year compared to last year. The firm also said that sales are expected to begin recovering as more and more people get vaccinated.
Samsung has formally announced the Exynos 1080 chipset, its next flagship mobile processor. It will use a 5nm process, and it promises great battery life. It will debut on a Vivo phone in early 2021.
Samsung's LSI division is looking to supply its budget Exynos chips to OPPO & Xiaomi in 2021. The company has already secured orders for Exynos 1080 chipset from Vivo for its X60 smartphone.
Vivo has announced that it's entering the European market with a range of smartphones launching this month. This includes the Vivo X51 5G, with a gimbal-stabilized camera, which costs €799.
A new research suggests that Samsung is set to retain the highest percentage share (21%) of the smartphone market, followed by Apple. It adds that Huawei is expected to see a sharp decline in 2021.
Vivo has launched two budget smartphones in India, called the Vivo Y20 and the Vivo Y20i. Both are near identical in terms of specifications with just a couple of features differentiating them.
Canalys has revealed that smartphone sales took a massive plunge in the second quarter compared to last year thanks to COVID-19. Samsung took the biggest his with growth reported at -60%.
On the sidelines of the launch of vivo X50 series smartphones in India, vivo debuted its first true-wireless stereo headphones, the TWS Neo - available in two color variants, blue and white.
Vivo has announced the launch of two new smartphones in India - vivo X50 and vivo X50 Pro. Focused on photography, both phones sport a quad-camera setup with a Gimbal Camera Setup on the X50 Pro.
Vivo unveiled today its new fast charging tech that it says can charge a phone to 100% in just 15 minutes. The 120W Super FlashCharge system will be incorporated into an upcoming iQOO phone.
Vivo's recently announced X50 Series premium smartphones will finally make their way to India on the 16th of July. They focus on delivering better image quality and will go on sale on Amazon India.
Gaming smartphone brand iQOO has shared the chipset details for its upcoming model, the iQOO Z1x. The Z1x will be powered by the Snapdragon 765G 5G chipset when it launches on July 9.
Vivo has announced its flagship X50 smartphone lineup today with a unique gimbal-style camera at its rear. The Vivo X50 Pro is also the slimmest 5G smartphone in the world right now.
OnePlus, Realme, Meizu, and Black Share have joined the file transfer alliance formed by OPPO, Vivo, and Xiaomi last year. The P2P protocol developed by this alliance provides an AirDrop-like feature.
Several phone manufacturers including Xiaomi, Samsung, and Vivo will resume smartphone production in India after state governments started to allow the limited opening of manufacturing plants.
Smartphone shipments fell by 13% to 272 million units in Q1 2020 as the industry was heavily impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and lockdown that followed across China and other countries worldwide.
Vivo unveiled today the Vivo V19, its latest mid-range phone rocking a dual front camera setup consisting of a 32MP main sensor and 8MP super-wide angle shooter. It's powered by a Snapdragon 712 SoC.
Vivio's newest concept phone, the Apex 2020, features a display with an under-screen camera, lacks any kind of buttons or ports, packs 60W wireless charging, and comes with a gimbal-like 48MP camera.
At Qualcomm's not-MWC event today, the company rounded up the devices that are running its latest flagship chipset, the Snapdragon 865. Some of them haven't even been announced yet.
Several Chinese smartphone makers have come together to form the Global Developer Service Alliance. This grouping plans to launch an app store to rival the dominant Google Play Store.
A report published by Counterpoint Research claims that India now has the second-largest smartphone market ahead of the US. The surge of Chinese manufacturers is largely responsible for this.
Vivo has unveiled the latest device in its Nex series of smartphones, bringing a 99.6% screen-to-body ratio thanks to its "waterfall" display. It also has a 64MP main camera on the back.
A 4GB variant of Vivo's iQOO Neo has surfaced on TENAA. This suggests that the Chinese company might sell a lower RAM version of the gaming device, resulting in a cheaper variant of the iQOO Neo.
Vivo has teased a new super-fast charging system that it claims can fully juice up your phone's 4,000mAh battery in just 13 minutes. The 120W Super FlashCharge outspeeds Xiaomi's 100W fast charging.
Gartner has reported that smartphone sales declined by 2.7% in 1Q 2019. The top five brands, in terms of sales, were Samsung, Huawei, Apple, Oppo, and Vivo, with Xiaomi narrowly placing sixth.
Vivo's latest mid-range smartphone, the S1, features a 24.8MP pop-up selfie camera and a triple camera setup on the back. It will be available in China from April 1 for approximately $342.
The Vivo V15 has been announced in India today with a 32MP pop-up selfie camera like that of the V15 Pro unveiled last month. The smartphone will be available to buy from April 1 for ₹23,990 (~$347).
The latest smartphone created by Vivo is now available for purchase on the Chinese smartphone maker's website. Going at about $536 (¥3895), the X27 has a pop-up camera similar to that of the V15 Pro.
Vivo has announced the first device under its iQOO sub-brand, a gaming phone powered by a Snapdragon 855 SoC. It features a 44W charging tech that will supposedly juice it up fully in 45 minutes.
Vivo has announced its latest mid-range smartphone offering today, featuring a 32MP pop-up selfie camera, a triple-camera setup on the back, and more. It'll retail starting at ₹28,990 (~$408).
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo has sent out invites to media outlets teasing the launch of a new smartphone series starting with the letter U. The U1 is expected to be a mid-range device.
Vivo is the latest holdout among the top Chinese smartphone makers to introduce its own sub-brand with the unveiling of iQOO today. But the company has yet to unveil an actual iQOO-branded device.
Vivo today introduced the Apex 2019, a concept smartphone devoid of ports, physical buttons, seams, and a front-facing camera. The mobile device will be up for exhibit at MWC 2019 next month.
This year's Vivo APEX concept phone is even crazier than what we saw in 2018, as the company sees a future where phones have no buttons, ports, or even a visible front-facing camera.
Vivo may be planning to follow in the footsteps of Nubia by adding a secondary display on the rear of the phone, which should serve as a way to bypass the need for a front-facing camera.
Vivo is to launch its new mid-range smartphone in India, the Vivo V9 Pro, on September 26. The phone features a 6.3-inch FullView Display and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660 AIE SoC.
Vivo has now officially released its next smartphone, the X23. It has a large 6.41-inch display, 8GB RAM, and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 670 processor. Best of all, it costs around $511.