It is clear that the competition to dish out the first 5G phone is heating up, and the family feud between the sister brands OPPO, Vivo and Oneplus, all owned by BBK Electronics, won't be stopping any time soon.
As if a foldable screen wasn't enough, Vivo's next generation smartphone, the Vivo NEX, will be unveiled on Dec. 11 in Shanghai, featuring dual screens on the front and back of the device.
Vivo unleashed its new vivo X23 smartphone during its product launch event in Beijing On September 6.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo announced today that the new X23 will be released in Beijing on September 6, at 19:30 local time. A promo video released by the company unveiled details of the smartphone.
A new page for the vivo X23 smartphone was added to its official website on August 20, exposing the look and major features of the new phone.
Toutiao, China's leading news and information content platform, recently released a white paper on online public opinion and user reputation of mobile phone brands in the Chinese market in the first half of 2018.
OPPO and vivo lead the Chinese domestic market in sales volume of over 73 millions in the first half of 2018.
China shipped half of the world's phone units in 2017, while Samsung and Apple remain dominant in the market.
On June 12, Vivo announced its new flagship phone, Vivo NEX in Shanghai. The most striking feature is its pop up camera, or "elevating front camera" as Vivo calls it. The phone will also use an in-display fingerprint sensor and "Screen SoundCasting" technology which allows it to transmit audio waves through the display itself.
On the evening of May 13, Xiaomi co-founder and CEO Lei Jun released an internal letter announcing the establishment of an independent camera department to strengthen R&D for smartphone cameras. Lei emphasized that camera functions have become a decisive factor for smartphone purchases among many consumers.
How many Mi fans and Huawei fans are there in India? These are anyone's guess. We can see through reports, however, that the competitiveness of Chinese brands in the Indian smartphone market is escalating, regardless of the price range. Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Huawei, Honor are changing the consumption mindset of Indians.
On Feb. 18, huanqiu.com and the Global Public Opinion Survey Center launched an online survey on domestic brand preferences to understand the Chinese consumer's perception of domestic brands.
At the Mobile World Congress, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo presented a brand-new full-screen mobile phone named APEX. On March 5, Vivo formally introduced APEX at an exclusive media conference at the Hangzhou New Technology Institute.
The latest market research data show that among the top 10 best-selling smartphone brands in India in Q4 2017, all except Samsung are Chinese manufacturers, whose total market share exceeds 50 percent.
The Indian market is where China's smartphone manufacturers perform best with regards to internationalization. The Indian smartphone market grew by 14 percent last year, more than any other country. Chinese brands made up 53 percent of smartphone sales, according to the latest foreign media news.