Vivo Supports Nigerian Phone Market


Vivo mobile phone maker has said it will continually prioritise the needs of its consumers in the Nigerian phone market by placing a premium on innovation in all its products designed for the Nigerian market.

According to Vivo, the mobile phone market in Nigeria has witnessed many competitions since its emergence into the Nigerian market in 2000 and only a few mobile phone brands have been able to survive the competition.

In over ten years, Nigeria has welcomed a number of mobile phone brands, hence the likes of Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi recently joined in the race.

Since its global debut in 2009, vivo has produced and shipped well over 10 million smartphone devices around the world with each device boasting new unique features. An example is the vivoV7 and V7plus devices launched at the Mobile World Congress and were the first smartphones to spot an elevating 24MP front camera from APEX.

In January 2018, vivo once again introduced the first In-Display Fingerprint sensor and the feat came at a time when the industry standard was having a fingerprint sensor either at the rear of the device or on the home button. Just recently, they introduced yet another feature with its latest device – the V17 Pro. This innovative device houses a total of six cameras made up of the first ever Dual Pop Up Front Camera and a 60MP AI Quad Rear Camera. The Dual Pop Up Front Camera also has the Selfie Softlight which helps to capture clear pictures in lowlight environments while the rear camera has a combination of lenses including the macro that helps capture every exquisite detail of closeup shots. This camera also has a Pose Master, which interestingly, suggests poses for users when taking photos

With vivo’s strategy of continually prioritizing the needs of its consumers and placing a premiumon innovation, it is almost certain that we are about to have a new smartphone war in the Nigeria market.