One of the largest Chinese companies Living is finally coming to Europe. Except for the model I live X51 5G will bring us another 3 affordable models.
Vivo is coming to Europe
Well-known manufacturer of smartphones Living, which is also one of the biggest innovators in the field of smartphones coming to Europe. Until recently, the company operated primarily at Asian and Indian markets, where she has prospered and is still doing very well. Despite huge sales and success, Vivo decided to expand to Europe.
A new series was introduced to us earlier this year Vivo X50, which was to appear for the first time globally. After a few months, we finally arrived. Except for I live X51 5G however, we will see another 3 models. These are the affordable smartphones that are Vivo Y70, Y20s and Y11s.
From the image above, we can see that Vivo is currently selling its smartphones in England, Germany, Poland, Spain, France and Italy. Other countries have not been published yet.
As for the new I live X51 5G, it is actually a renamed model X50 Pro. As is customary for some manufacturers, model names for their home and global markets vary many times.
The Vivo X51 5G therefore has exactly the same parameters as the X50 Pro. The smartphone is powered by a processor Snapdragon 765G from Qualcomm. It has it Full HD + display with a refresh rate 90 Hz, a battery with a capacity of 4 315 mAh or fast 33 W charging.
Other smartphones that will also reach Europe are models Vivo Y70, Vivo Y20s and Vivo Y11s. In the case of the Vivo Y70, it is a cheaper variant, but it still offers enough power, a large battery or good cameras. In case Y20s a Y11s These are almost the same smartphones, either in appearance or in parameters.
Live Y70 is powered by a processor Snapdragon 665to which it seconds 8 GB operating memory RAM. He 's not missing either 4 100 mAh battery a 48 MPx main camera. Model Y20s has a weaker processor in the form Snapdragon 460 larger battery capacity up to 5 000 mAh. It only complements it HD + Display 6 GB RAM a 13 MPx main sensor.
All smartphones will be powered by the latest Android 10, while they will be enriched with their own superstructure under the name FuntouchOS. Of course, in the future there will be an update to Android 11. The manufacturer promises to 4 years software support and 3 years security patch updates.