Vivo, the premium global smartphone brand has announced to revise the price for it’s Faster than Faster Vivo V3 at an attractive price of Rs. 14,980/-. VoLTE enabled Vivo V3 will enhance the call quality experience and improved coverage connectivity.
With the festival season around the corner, the revised price from Vivo will help customer to use this as an opportunity to create a beautiful memory by gifting this stunning device to their loved ones. Vivo V3 comes with premium features like faster fingerprint unlocking, quick capture, metallic body and 3GB RAM with 32GB ROM
The device is available for sale in all retail outlets across India.
Vivo V3 – Specifications
Vivo is one of the fastest growing multinational manufacturer of smartphones. Vivo entered India in the late 2014 and started its smartphone business incorporating two distinctive features in their products – Hi-Fi and Smart that is focusing on superior video and sound quality and a splendid blend of science and technology respectively. Vivo India has been serving the Indian customers with 8,000 employees and 10,000 retailers, in almost 400 cities in 22 states. The “Make in India” initiative also resonates with Vivo India plan. Its assembly unit in Greater Noida is the first step towards this commitment. Vivo has also successfully bagged the title sponsorship of the India Premier League for two consecutive years that is 2016 and 2017. With a host of unmatched user-friendly features, advanced technology and dynamism Vivo is one of the most rapidly emerging multinational all set to capture the world smartphone market.
Vivo has been very aggressive in India and has not hesitated to invest big in terms of buzz and brand associations. They also have a very strong offline footprint in the country with a pan-nation store network. They have been making phones that are largely well designed and aim to deliver a quality experience to the user. Their HiFi audio is now synonymous with the brand.
Given this background and their pro-active aggressive marketing strategy, this move looks like a sure shot sale booster with the festival season around the corner and that is a time when indians do a lot of buying.