Chinese smartphone maker vivo's latest foldable model, X Fold+, an upgraded version of the vivo X Fold that debuted in the first half of this year, launched in China on September 26.
On September 19, Jia Jingdong, Vice President of vivo, posted a work note for the vivo X Fold+ foldable smartphone on Chinese social media, offering several specific updates.
Chinese smartphone maker vivo launched the vivo Y22, an entry-level smartphone, in Indian market.
On August 25, iQOO, an independent sub-brand of vivo, announced the iQOO Z6 series, including iQOO Z6 and iQOO Z6x.
Vivo’s new foldable smartphone X Fold S is expected to be released in September. The new model may adopt the updated Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset made by TSMC, and will have a battery capacity of about 4700 mAh.
Chinese technology company vivo launched a new smartphone - vivo V25 Pro - in India on August 17. The special things about vivo V25 Pro are the curved edges on the front and a color-changing back panel.
On August 11, smartphone company vivo quietly listed a new vivo Y77e model on its official website as a supplement to the vivo Y77 smartphone launched last month.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer vivo released the X80 series smartphone on April 25. The fast-charging scheme of the upgraded version of vivo X80 was exposed on August 4.
On July 27, Chinese tech firm vivo's Communications Research Institute released its third 6G white paper titled "6G Services, Capabilities and Enabling Technologies". It also showed four 6G technology prototypes and their current status.
On July 26, Chinese electronics firm vivo released its 2021 Sustainable Development Report, which focuses on four major aspects: the sharing of science and technology, green symbiosis, value creation and social benefit.
Chinese smartphone maker vivo on July 20 launched its new T1x product in India within the sub-INR 15,000 ($188) range. The device will go on sale from July 27 via Flipkart.
International research firm Canalys released a Q2 smartphone market report on July 18. The report suggests that the industry was in overall decline in terms of shipments, especially for Android.
On the evening of July 19, vivo's sub-smartphone brand iQOO officially released its 10 series, including the iQOO 10 and iQOO 10 Pro.
A Chinese technology industry blogger said in June that a smartphone manufacturer is attempting to produce a 240W charger, which was in the engineering verification test stage. The blogger confirmed on July 14 that this manufacturer is OPPO.
An Indian court lifted a freeze on smartphone maker vivo's bank accounts imposed by the country's financial crime agency and ordered the Chinese company to provide a bank guarantee of $119 million.