The Chinese technology company vivo announced its official entry into the Greek market with the establishment of an office in Athens.
Vivo is best known for the smartphones it manufactures, which combine high aesthetic design, the integration of advanced technologies and affordability.
It is estimated that to date it has sold 400 million devices worldwide. The Chinese company holds the leading position in the Chinese market and has a presence in more than 60 markets, with a global market share of 9%, according to the measurements of research company Canalys.
At the same time, in terms of the delivery of 5G smartphones, it consistently holds the third place with 12.9% market share. Its European presence began in November 2019 with the establishment of an office in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Its technological achievements include the first smartphone with integrated hi-fi audio chipset (vivo X1), the thinnest smartphone in the world (vivo X5 Max), the first smartphone with fingerprint scanning technology on the screen (vivo X20Plus UD). Based on the original APEX smartphone, in 2018 the company released the vivo NEX, the first frameless smartphone with an emerging selfie camera.
According to the official announcement of the company, from May the distribution in the Greek market of devices in the middle and high-end category of smartphones will start.
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