Vivo V1 with 5-inch Display, 4G LTE Connectivity Announced

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    Chinese handset maker Vivo, today announced the launch of ‘V' Series in India. The series name is derived from ‘VIGOUR'. The product theme for the series is Play Hi-Fi, Live Smart.

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    Vivo V1 with 5-inch Display, 4G LTE Connectivity Announced

    The ‘V' Series enters the Indian market in the mid segment smartphone category with the price range of INR 15,000 - 20,000.

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    The ‘V' series is designed exclusively for Indian consumers keeping in mind their requirements with Music Phones. The first model launched in the series is vivo V1.

    Vivo V1 - Key Specification

    Vivo V1 comes packed with 5-inch display, Qualcomm Snapdragon, 64 bit Octa-Core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, expandable up to 128GB via microSD card slot, Android 5.0 Lollipop on top of Funtouch 2.1, 4G LTE network.

    On the camera, this device comes with 13MP rear and 5MP wide-angle front cameras with 6P lenses and F2.0 aperture minimize the noise in the picture.

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    Moreover, this device is powered by 2300mAh battery with Battery Stamina Mode. Vivo V1 will be available in Silver and Gold variant in the Indian market.

    Speaking on the launch, Mr. Alex Feng, CEO of vivo Smart Phone India said, "We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Smartphone series. With ‘V' Series we bring unbeatable proposition, price and products in the mid-segment category. Our first device in the category, vivo V1 incorporates cutting-edge technologies, exclusive music features and the highest quality camera shots."

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