2nd August 2022, Kathmandu
Technology has been playing the role of a key enabler when it comes to the growth and expansion of a country.
With the surge in smartphone technology and the connectivity it has established, the world has become closer to each other than ever before, bridging the gap of communication within and beyond the borders.
In Nepal particularly, the impact of smartphone technology has been evolving with the passage of each day further giving birth to leading smartphone brands that compete against each other to bring the best of innovations to its consumers, with Vivo being one such leading global smartphone brand.
The brand has been showcasing its creations in the form of designs and features under the Y and V series segments. Over the years, the brand has made a name for itself for its camera system and other innovative features. Let’s have a look at how Vivo has been building a remarkable relationship with Nepal’s consumers and has become their favorite!
vivo has come up with a wide array of smartphones that offer a diverse selection of camera systems depending on the user’s requirement. For instance, with its latest V23 Series, the brand offers 50MP AF Portrait Selfie and 8MP Super Wide-Angle Camera which guarantees steady and sharp imaging effortlessly.
The V series smartphones, including the Vivo V21 Series, have also mastered the art of night photography for consumers to explore various features. While Vivo’s V series segment has been globally gaining momentum for its advanced photography capabilities. The Y series segment is known in the market for its effectiveness and has displayed promising camera technology.
vivo has constantly emphasized the fact that its devices are a result of in-depth market research. The brand’s innovation is focused on the ever-evolving requirements of the customers.
As per the market trend, Nepal users choose a sleek, light device rather than a heavy one. With an array of devices lined up for its comfortable hand-held feel, Vivo decided to take a step ahead and surprise its customers with trendy designs.
The recently launched V23 5G has revolutionized the definition of a smartphone design with the industry’s first color-changing glass at the back cover with its Color Changing Fluorite AG Design that looks extremely gorgeous.
A good observation about Vivo has been that the brand has successfully managed to add a massive battery to its smartphone but does not allow the addition to affect the overall appeal of the phone.
Powerful battery devices such as the V23 Series, Y33s, and Y21 among others support fast charging abilities that ensure that users swiftly charge their smartphones. Moreover, Vivo’s Extended RAM feature allows the smartphone to seamlessly function anytime, anywhere. vivo also uses extra ROM space available in the device to act as RAM.
This feature helps users to switch between apps without lags and play games without screen freezing.
Earlier this year, the brand announced the V1 Chip, a fully customized integrated circuit chip dedicated to imaging and video applications with leading-edge visual quality, marking a significant milestone as the company’s first breakthrough in independent R&D and chip design.
Additionally, Vivo has been deploying 5G technology to benefit the region and aims to equip local users with the latest and greatest technology available to enhance their experience.
While Vivo has been increasingly getting recognized for its tech side of things, it’s also important to pay attention to its customer service which has been pleasing the local users with assured customer satisfaction.
vivo celebrates Vivo Service Day from the 27th to 29th of every month, offering its customers to choose from an array of free services and additional offers including free smartphone servicing & cleaning zero labor cost repair, 30 days exchange offers in case of hardware issues, free protective film, free OS update, and much more.
The business has strategically strengthened the customer connection in Nepal by reaching out to its customers nationally through its four branches in Kathmandu, Narayanghat, Pokhara, and Itahari.