Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Vivo’s New S Series Shows Its Rear

Kuala Lumpur, 9 July 2019 – The upcoming Vivo S series smartphone has revealed its rear visuals. According to the visual, the series comes with an AI Triple Camera which is similar to the recent V15 series and Y17 series.

The AI Triple Camera, now a new trend for smartphones, might have a reasonable sized Main Camera, Super Wide-Angle Camera and a Depth Camera.

As a reference, the Vivo V15 Pro’s AI triple camera is equipped with 48 Million Quad Pixel Sensor main camera, 8MP AI Super Wide-Angle Camera and 5MP Depth Camera while Y17’s AI Triple Camera packs a 13MP Main Camera, 8MP AI Super Wide-Angle Camera and 2MP Depth Camera.

Meanwhile, as the visual shows no rear fingerprint, which means the phone comes with the In-Display Fingerprint scanning technology that Vivo was awarded one of the “Best Innovations for Android Phones in 2018” by Android Authority.

As can be seen from the visual, the colour options are Diamond Black and Skyline Blue. Whilst the black always goes with anything and anyone, the Skyline Blue is aimed at being the younger, brighter and fashionable colour option.

More information will be available on Vivo Malaysia’s website https://www.vivo.com/my and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/VivoMalaysia.

About Vivo
Vivo is a leading global technology company committed to creating trendsetting smart mobile products and services. Vivo is devoted to forming a vibrant mobile internet ecosystem, and currently owns and operates an extensive network of research operations, R&D centers in San Diego, Shenzhen, Nanjing, Beijing, Hangzhou and Taipei. These centers focus on the development of cutting-edge consumer technologies including 5G, AI, mobile photography and next-generation smartphone design. Vivo has also set up 5 production bases around the world across China, South Asia and Southeast Asia. 
Vivo has over two hundred million users enjoying its mobile products and services around the world. Vivo features offline retail stores in over 1,000 cities worldwide.

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