With premium-quality smartphones and efficient service, Vivo Mobile Tech, Inc. has continuously satisfied smartphone enthusiasts, earning the title as the top five global brand for five consecutive quarters now.And, for the full year, Vivo showed a significant 103% increase in units sold, from 38 million shipments in 2015 to a total of 77.3 million smartphones sold in 2016. IDC disclosed the continued upward shipments were recorded as Vivo expanded to various Southeast Asian markets. “Majority of shipments continue to be in China, but Vivo has been extremely aggressive with its marketing in a number of countries in Asia as it looks to extend its global reach,” the global market intelligence firm explained. Also, the firm noted the shift in preference for many consumers, who are choosing more affordable smartphones over the pricey brands, even as Chinese vendors continue to innovate and produce technologically advanced premium-range units.
The cameras of Vivo models go through several tests during development to create clear photo and video quality.“The top three Chinese vendors are persistently applying pressure on Samsung within China, thanks to a vast portfolio of affordable, well-built devices—not just low-end but high-end devices, which have proven viable options for consumers looking to save money and upgrade without sacrificing quality,” said Anthony Scarsella, research manager with IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. Also poised to develop one of its biggest markets in the Philippines, Vivo is known globally for its competitive but high-quality premium-range offerings and its first-to-market innovations such as the Vivo X1, one of the slimmest phones in 2012 and the world’s first smartphone to feature a Digital-to-Analog (DAC) converter Hi-Fi chip, and the Vivo X3 in 2013, the first smartphone in the world with a 2K resolution display. The brand’s flagship phone, the Vivo V5 Plus—the first smartphone to have a 20-megapixel dual front camera—along with other units in the V5 Line, the V5 and the V5 Lite, is predicted to capture the hearts of the selfie-centric phone market, with the Philippines known as a certified hot spot for selfies, and with Filipinos putting a premium on selfie-friendly camera features when purchasing smartphones.
At the Vivo headquarters, extensive research is made to come up with innovative ideas for advanced smartphone technology.With the brand’s global ambassador, National Basketball Association (NBA) superstar Stephen Curry, the brand is expected to dominate the Philippine selfie-centric market even more.
Vivo Global CEO Shen Wei is dedicated to continue to create the best smartphone experience for the consumers.For inquiries about Vivo, visit the brand’s website at vivoglobal.ph, or check out their Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/VivoPhil), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/vivophil/) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/vivo_phil) accounts.