Vivo extends markets to 6 countries including two African countries
Vivo which is a Chinese technology company that designs,
develops, and produces smartphones, smartphone accessories, software, and
online services. The company was founded in 2009 in Dongguan, Guangdong, China.
The brand uses Hi-Fi chips in its smartphones.

According to Gartner’s latest market, the tech company is
one of the top 5 vendors in the globe. Remember that Vivo us also an official
sponsor of the next FIFA World Cup tournaments. You will say the brand is
growing so fast, yes really fast.
Now, credit to its fast growing brand, Vivo says it’s going
to expand its markets to about six countries. This includes Taiwan, Singapore,
and Hong Kong. It will also make its European debut by launching official sales
in Russia. The company also announced its plan to push to the African market
with sales in Morocco and Kenya.
Now, there’s a big question which is demanding for a serious
answer because why would Vivo ignore Nigerian and South African market?
Vivo extends markets to 6 countries including two African countries

The new countries will join the list, which already
contained India, Thailand, Philippines, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Pakistan,
Cambodia and Bangladesh.

The brand goals is to provide devices and “inspire
confidence and self-expression in more young people”, meaning it will continue
to manufacture devices focused on camera and audio experience. One of the
latest phones, the vivo V7+, has a 24MP front camera with a selfie flash dubbed
Moonlight Glow, Face Beauty 7.0 and Portrait Mode.


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