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Vivo S-series Smartphone to Launch in India Under Rs 25,000

Vivo is long rumored to introduce the Vivo S-series smartphone in the Indian market. The company already selling a couple of Vivo S smartphones in China. Both the Vivo V15 and V15 Pro are launched in China as Vivo S1 and S1 Pro smartphones. Now, the latest report reveals a few key details about these upcoming Vivo smartphone. While the name of the device is not yet known, it will be launched in two different storage options priced at 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB.

Both the 6GB and 8GB RAM variants will be priced under Rs 20,000 and Rs 25,000 respectively. While the company announced the new Vivo Z series to be online exclusive in India, the Vivo S series will be made available via offline channels. Unlike the other Chinese companies, Vivo has strong pan India presence which it built starting from its 2014 debut. The new Vivo S series will be competing with refreshed Samsung Galaxy A series. Even Xiaomi and Realme are aggressively expanding their offline footprint.

Earlier today, the company confirmed to launch the Vivo Z1 Pro in India on July 3rd. We also expect the Vivo S series to be introduced by the end of July. As of now, there isn’t much information available about Vivo S smartphones. However, the Vivo Z1 Pro which is launching early next month is already leaked all over the internet. We might even get the pricing and availability details before the launch date. The Vivo Z1 Pro is the same Vivo Z5x launched in China but comes with a slightly upgraded chipset.

While the Vivo Z5x came with Snapdragon 710 Mobile Platform, the upcoming Z1 Pro packs the Snapdragon 712 Mobile Platform. Compared to the Snapdragon 710, the Snapdragon 712 will be offering 10% improvement in the performance output. The Vivo Z1 Pro sports punch-hole display on the front with Full HD+ resolution. There is a triple camera set up along with a fingerprint scanner on the rear. It packs 5000mAh battery and supports 18W fast charging. However, it comes equipped with a MicroUSB 2.0 port instead of the USB Type-C port. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details!

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