vivo Malaysia is finally offering its selfie-centric V5s smartphone in Matte Black. If you prefer something more stealthy than its usual Gold and Rose Gold colours, this could be the colour for you.
vivo Malaysia recently launched a brand new selfie-centric smartphone and it’s called the vivo V5s. The launch event was graced by none other than the legendary Datuk Siti Nurhaliza who once again takes the stage as vivo’s ambassador. But this time, she’s not alone because she’s joined by YouTube sensation Joyce Chu.
But why do such famous celebrities choose the vivo V5s as their daily driver?
vivo Malaysia has just updated its “Perfect Selfie” smartphone lineup with its new vivo V5s. Like the original vivo V5, it carries the same 20MP front camera and even the overall dimensions remain unchanged.
The vivo V5 Plus smartphone with its double selfie cameras is now available for pre-order in Malaysia. The official launch is happening on Friday but now we have the full pricing and hardware specifications. It’s pretty close to its cousin, the OPPO R9s.
The Chinese smartphone brands are churning more smartphones for the mid-range segment. Just take the vivo V3 max for example. It is a compelling premium mid-range smartphone that offers “flagship level” specs for RM1,399. Now vivo is turning things up a notch with its newly announced X7 and X7 Plus.
vivo shot for the moon with their latest flagship smartphone, the Xplay 5, when they announced that it would come with a whopping 6GB of RAM. At the time, it was more than any other smartphone in the world, so naturally it drew some attention.
Now, you can get your hands on one of vivo’s most powerful flagship smartphones yet, but the price might shock you.
Vivo recently unveiled two smartphones in Mumbai under their “V’ line of affordable smartphones — the V3 and V3Max. Just hours later, the higher-spec V3Max has popped up online on both DirectD and Vivo Malaysia’s Facebook page.
The best part? It’s pretty good value for money.
Vivo, which is yet another Chinese smart phone maker is now accepting pre-orders for its photography focused Xshot smart phone. The Vivo XShot is priced at RM1,599 and the pre-orders are done via Facebook private messaging. To sure a unit, they would require a deposit of RM100 upfront. At the moment, they haven’t reveal its actual launch date but it is likely to be available sometime in mid-August as its pre-order period is happening from now until 5th August. For the first 100, Vivo Malaysia is also giving exclusive gift packages as well.
The Vivo XShot is available in two specs – Elite and Flagship versions. The top of the line flagship variant comes with a faster 2.5GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 801 processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage while the Elite version is a notch down with a Snapdragon 800 that’s mated to 2GB of RAM, while the storage is halved to 16GB capacity. For now, only the Elite version is available and the Flagship variant is expected to be priced higher at RM1,799.
For those who are obsessed with super thin smart phones, the Vivo X3S which boast an incredibly slim 5.95mm thickness has been spotted in Malaysia. Compared to its thinner 5.6mm Vivo X3, the new X3S is slightly thicker and comes with better processor and camera.
Based on Vivo’s official specs, the X3S is running on an Octa-Core 1.7GHz processor from MediaTek that’s mated with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage. It also gets a 5″ 720p HD display, a 13MP camera and a front facing 5MP unit. Powering the device is a decent 2,000mAh capacity battery which gives it an overall weight of 153 grams. Out of the box, it is said to be running on Android 4.2 with its custom FunTouch OS.
The Vivo X3S was discovered by GadgetMTech and according to their sources, it will be priced at RM1,399. They also added that Vivo will be setting up their concept store at Low Yat Plaza as well.
This is probably one of the first appearance of Vivo X3S outside of China and it is weird that they have been very quiet without any local presence online. If you know more details of the Vivo X3S, feel free to share them in the comments below. Check out clearer shots of the device after the break.