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The 2021 Vivo flagship comes in three forms, but how does each differ and what's new for the latest specification?
The flagship Vivo device to reap the benefits of a Zeiss partnership, with impressive cameras and gimbal stabilisation. Is it the future camera king?
A leak suggests the first Dimensity 1100 phone is about to be revealed: Vivo's S9. Here's a quick overview of the rumours and what to expect.
Chinese phone maker Vivo has announced its next flagship smartphone.
Vivo has partnered with Zeiss, the optics maker, to co-engineer future cameras in Vivo's premium phones. The upcoming X60 will be the first to benefit
The first Vivo phone to arrive in Europe proper, the X51 - called the X50 Pro elsewhere - has an impressive gimbal camera stabilisation system.
The X51 - the EU name for the X50 Pro - is the first flagship Vivo phone to arrive on these shores, complete with gimbal camera and competitive price.
Vivo is bringing the X50 to Europe, Middle East, Africa, India and Asia-Pacific. The three handsets differ considerably - here's how in detail.
The three-phone flagship series adds gimbal-based image stabilisation. Here's what else to expect from the first Vivo phones to launch internationally
After dazzling with future-thinking concept phone designs for years, Vivo is here with a port-free, bezel-free device to shake up what's possible.
Vivo's next concept Apex phone is going to feature an impressive-looking display, and it's being unveiled on 28 February
With its 6.89in AMOLED 'Waterfall FullView Display', the Vivo NEX 3 is all about minimal bezel. There's also 5G & a 64MP in its triple camera setup.
The first waterfall display to market, this 6.89-inch panel has dual curved edges and no physical volume buttons as a result. Is this the future?
Chinese firm Vivo seems to be confident that consumer augmented reality will take off for real this time, mainly thanks to 5G.
The latest step up in fast-charging technology, Vivo just unveiled 120W at MWC Shanghai 2019. That's 50% in 5 minutes at the plug. That's crazy-fast.
A set of patents has been published indicating that Vivo is working on phones with "reverse notches", where the selfie camera sticks out of the top.
It's a phone with no ports. Anywhere. Is Vivo showing us the future that could be, or is it a concept that steps a little too far?
Vivo's next phone, the X27 has leaked in full detail ahead of its launch
The Chinese electronics manufacturer is announcing the Vivo 15 Pro smartphone, which notably features a 32-megapixel pop-up selfie camera.
With a large second screen, this phone avoids the need for a front-facing camera. The result is a near bezel-free design. Does dual screen make sense?