Vivo Enters European Market

Vivo Enters European Market

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Chinese smartphone maker Vivo officially entered European market. The company introduced a broad device line-up in six markets, including a 5G-enabled phone.

Vivo announced its entry in France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and the UK, as part of its “more local, more global” international business strategy. It marked the European launch of its X51 5G handset. It will go on sale in the UK first on 29 October, with pricing from £749.

Chinese vendor also introduced midrange Y series, the Y70, Y20s and Y11s, all powered by Snapdragon chipsets. Y70 and Y20s will be available from 29 October from £279 and £149 respectively, with the Y11 due later. Wireless Sport and vivo True Wireless Earphones will be available from 29 October at £69 and £129 respectively.

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