Vivo entered the Indian smartphone market in 2012. The company has launched multiple smartphones in India across different price points. Vivo has a strong offline presence in India, which has helped the company maintain its position in the top-five smartphone brands in the country. Vivo caters the budget smartphone buyers with its Y-series, T-series of smartphones. The company has been launching selfie-centric smartphones under the V-series. Vivo is also known to launch smartphones with unique, stylish designs. It was the world’s first company to launch a smartphone with an elevated front camera under the NEX series. The Vivo X20 Plus was the world’s first smartphone with an under-display fingerprint scanning technology. The company has launched multiple thin and lightweight devices in the mid-range and premium segment. Vivo has also launched its flagship smartphones in India under the X-series. The X-series focuses on offering enhanced flagship-grade camera specifications and features like gimbal stabilisation along with top-of-the-line hardware. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has been manufacturing its products locally under the Make in India initiative. It has also been a title sponsor of the Indian Premier League for several editions. More
The Vivo V25 Pro will also come with a 64 MP triple-camera setup with OIS.
Chinese brands now occupy the top three positions in the Indian smartphone market with Realme and Vivo moving up the ladder, while Samsung slipped to the fourth spot in terms of volumes.
Vivo India has voluntarily deposited a "sum of Rs 60 crore" towards discharge of its differential duty liability, the finance ministry said.
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The company is yet to announce a launch date for the Vivo Y02s in India but we suspect it will fall in the sub-10K segment.
The Vivo V25 draws power from a chipset with model number MT6877V, which is said to be the MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC paired with the Mali-G68 GPU.
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India’s sub-20K smartphone segment is one of its most competitive. Realme, Xiaomi, Samsung, Motorola, Infinix, and other brands have flooded the segment with competitive devices that aim to deliver the best bang for your buck with powerful mid-tier hardware.
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On July 13, the HC allowed the company to operate its bank accounts, frozen by the ED. Recently, many Chinese mobile phone manufacturers have come under the lens of enforcement agencies. The ED has raided the premises of many of them, including those of Vivo.
Delhi High Court has also asked Vivo to maintain a balance of Rs 250 crore in its bank account at all times.
Vivo has said the freezing of all its 10 bank accounts is an irreversible action that has jeopardised its very existence in the country
The Vivo Y77 5G price is set at CNY 1,499 (Roughly Rs 17,700) for the base 6GB/128GB model and CNY 1,599 (Roughly Rs 18,900) for the 8GB/128GB variant.
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The court will hear Vivo's plea for quashing freezing order for its bank accounts on July 13 before which the ED has been asked to decide on Vivo's representation.
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The federal probe agency also said it has seized funds worth Rs 465 crore kept in 119 bank accounts by various entities.
ED raided at least 44 places across India on June 5 in a money-laundering investigation against Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo and related firms.
The embassy statement added that the essence of China-India economic and trade cooperation is for mutual benefit and win-win results
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) raided at least 44 places across India in a money-laundering investigation against Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo and related firms.
An industry executive and a senior government official confirmed to Reuters that the headquarters of Chinese smartphone manufacturer BBK Electronics' Vivo and its connected firms were searched by India's financial crime combating agency on Tuesday.
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