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Vivo Y66 with 16MP front camera launches in India

Just like the Vivo V5 and the V5 Plus launched in last few months, the Y66 is a selfie-focused smartphone and boasts of a 16MP front camera with ‘Moonlight Glow’ feature.
by Abhishek Baxi1 week ago4

Chinese smartphone vendors dominate emerging Southeast Asia market

Huawei, Oppo and Vivo accounted for 21% of the total market share in those regions in 2016, though Samsung still leads the pack with 23%.
by Scott Adam Gordon4 weeks ago8
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Vivo V5 Plus review

Despite the entire marketing focused on the ‘perfect selfie’, the Vivo V5 Plus is a well-rounded smartphone that you wouldn’t go wrong with.
by Abhishek BaxiFebruary 9, 201717

Which up-and-coming OEM has the best chance for global success?

With Samsung and Apple seeing global handset market shares fall throughout 2016, we examine which OEMs look poised to take on the smartphone market's big two.
by Dane O'LearyJanuary 31, 201755
 
 

Why you should be keeping a close eye on China in 2017

Chinese smartphone manufacturers are on the rise, with major surges in popularity and shipments locally, and inevitable global expansion plans.
by Kris CarlonJanuary 27, 201721

Chinese manufacturers’ market share in India grew exponentially in Q4 2016

In Q4 of last year, no Indian brand figured among the top five smartphone makers; instead, the list was dominated by Chinese manufacturers.
by Brian ReighJanuary 24, 20174

Report: Huawei was the most profitable Android manufacturer in Q3

Thanks to its efficient supply chain, effective marketing and a strong product lineup, Huawei accounted for 2.4% of smartphone industry profits in Q3, 2016.
by Mitja RutnikNovember 23, 201636

Xiaomi is a huge hit in India, but not everyone is happy

With grand visions for the Indian market, and upcoming entry into the unforgiving US market next year, Xiaomi needs to iron out these issues if they want to build a brand and not just ...
by Abhishek BaxiNovember 21, 201615

Vivo V5: Hands on and first impressions

With a 20MP front camera and a good-looking metal body, and the fact that the V5 is available in physical retail stores across the country, unlike a lot of its competition, Vivo might ...
by Abhishek BaxiNovember 15, 201625

Vivo V5 with 20MP front camera launches in India

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Vivo, entered the Indian market in December 2014, and currently has its presence in more than 400 cities in 22 states with over 33,000 outlets ...
by Abhishek BaxiNovember 15, 20167
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