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Vivo Exec Teases Vivo Pad Air Design


It looks like Vivo is getting closer and closer to launching its newest addition to its device lineup in the form of the Vivo Pad Air, a new Android tablet. With that in mind the device was teased by Jia Jindong, Vivo's Vice President and General Manager of Brand and Product Strategy, showing off several promotional photos of the device.


Based on the product renders, Vivo is really leaning into the "air" part of the product's name, showing the tablet surrounded by clouds and skies. It also features the tablet's overall look and design, as well as the camera module on the device's rear panel.


Vivo Exec Teases Vivo Pad Air Design


In terms of hardware, the Vivo Pad Air is expected to come with a large 11.5-inch display with 2.8k resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate, although the device will sport an LCD panel instead of an OLED or AMOLED screen. Inside, the tablet will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset, a somewhat older flagship SoC, but we wouldn't exactly call it a terrible chip.


Additionally, the device will run on a pretty large 8,500 mAh battery with support for 44W charging speeds, and will come encased in a metal chassis for an added premium build. The tablet will feature a modified version of Android in the form of OriginOS 3, which comes with exclusive Vivo apps and software features.


Being accessible in whatever number business sectors as could reasonably be expected is normally something most organizations go for the gold. Having a bigger market implies more deals, however sadly for Vivo, it seems as though they could have lost the German market.


It appears as though Vivo's out of Germany as well


As per a report from, they have seen that Vivo's site in Germany no longer records any of the organization's items. The site is as yet functional, however there is currently a message saying that Vivo's items are not accessible in Germany.


This isn't to do with interest for the organization's items, but instead it originates from a patent question that Vivo and Nokia had. The question occurred some time back, yet it was just recently that the Mannheim Provincial Court gave over the judgment, basically placing the request into impact.


Vivo isn't the only one in this, in any case. Different organizations, for example, OnePlus and Oppo had recently been impacted by a similar judgment, which unintentionally are organizations possessed by BBK Gadgets, so until the impacted organizations consent to some sort of settlement with Nokia or begin paying to permit Nokia's innovation, those in Germany can not buy any of these organizations' phones.

Vivo X90 Series Expected to Show up in Indian Business sectors this April


Back in late 2022, Vivo flaunted its smartphone chops by and by with the arrival of the Vivo X90, which highlighted a really able equipment set-up, taking everything into account. So, the phone wasn't delivered in specific business sectors, albeit that could change soon for purchasers in India.



Tech insider Yogesh Brar as of late Tweeted out a date for the X90's send off in India, which will evidently incorporate the X90 and X90 Master. The gadgets will show up for Indian business sectors on April 26, as per the post made on the web.


As far as equipment, the phones will accompany a 6.78″ AMOLED show with a 120Hz invigorate rate, with a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 SoC inside. Driving the gadgets will be a 4800 mAh battery, with help for 120W quick charging. There's a 32MP front camera for selfies and video calls too.


There are a few distinctions however, especially with respect to the camera set-ups on the two gadgets. The "ordinary" X90 will accompany a triplet of 50MP, 12MP, and 12MP cameras, while the X90 Ace will highlight a 50MP, 50MP, 12MP camera cluster. No clear valuing has been referenced right now, be that as it may.

Live picture of the unannounced Vivo X Flip surfaces


Last month we showed you a render and passed along reputed specs of the most recent clamshell flip phone that is supposed to in practically no time join the Motorola Razr (2022), Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, and the new Oppo Track down N2 Flip. That would be the Vivo X Flip. Today, a post made on the Chinese virtual entertainment site Weibo by Computerized Talk Station (through Playfuldroid, by means of 91mobiles) showed a live picture of the Vivo X Flip donning a round camera module and an outer showcase.


Reputed specs for the Vivo X Flip incorporate a 6.8-inch AMOLED show with a FHD+ (1080p) goal and a 120Hz invigorate rate. The clamshell flipper will be fueled by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and include up to 12GB of LPDDR5 Slam and 128GB of UFS 3.1 capacity. The phone will undoubtedly incorporate a side-mounted unique mark scanner.


The back camera cluster is supposed to incorporate a camera supported by the 50MP Sony IMX866 sensor with a wide-point camera driven by the 12MP Sony IMX663 sensor. The gadget will have a forward looking 32MP camera for selfies and video visits.


Live picture of the unannounced Vivo X Flip surfaces


The 4400mAh battery keeping the lights on the Vivo X Flip will be marginally bigger than the 4300mAh battery on Oppo's new foldable clamshell. It likewise destroys the Galaxy Z Fold 4's 3700mAh battery limit and the 3500mAh battery limit on the Motorola Razr (2022).


Vivo previously delivered the Vivo X Fold last year and the spin-off is supposed to be delivered at some point this month with a very meager plan. A commentator had the option to get his hands on the phone and screen captures from a video he made show how smooth the gadget is. We could see Vivo present the X Fold 2 and X Flip together during a similar occasion at some point this month.


Both Vivo and Oppo are possessed by China's BBK Gadgets. This is the very firm that possesses the Realme, OnePlus, and iQOO brands.

Vivo Supposedly Plans to Manage down its IQOO Sub-brand


With regards to smartphone "sub-brands," IQOO hasn't stood out not at all like its counterparts POCO and Realme. A sub-brand of Chinese Maker Vivo, IQOO has delivered a lot of Android phones added to its repertoire, albeit this could change soon, essentially as indicated by some data on the web.


A report from Chinese tech site 36KR uncovers that few sources have highlighted Vivo's arrangements of coordinating IQOO further into its tasks, for the purpose of reducing expenses in the long haul. Initially, Vivo and IQOO shared supply chains, Research and development, and media assets to give some examples, despite the fact that their separate web-based business groups worked free of each other.


The report adds that high level organization leaders have been examining blending a portion of the groups inside the two organizations, like free stores and counters. A previous worker gave an assertion with respect to how things were running, saying that:


"The internal bosses are still struggling. What is the positioning of iQOO in the future and how to integrate the team are still uncertain."


As of now, no assertion has been made by Vivo in regards to this issue, in spite of the fact that with the manner in which things have been running (whenever affirmed), we could see even less of IQOO later on.

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