This means that finally BBK decides to go to the following Lineup:
- OnePlus - Premium Worldwide Phones
- Vivo - Going to the Americas and the Mid East
- Oppo - Going to Europe and Asia
Oh boy... this is now a massive attack from them!
Ohh, this is not just a conventional international marketing, but a stratospheric one. Although the article didn't mention anything about the price they've had to pay for it (probably it's not known at the moment), but certainly it will be with a very lot of digits. This is a super aggressive marketing, and it will be definitely recognisable internationally. Absolutely a massive investment.
Oppo and vivo just flooding market but they don't care about OS, once you buy, you will never get major update OS even their flagship
AnonD-510098, 31 May 2017Where is vivo getting all this money from lolBbk is parent company of one plus, oppo and Vivo. I guess their combined sales are equal to if not more than Samsung. I suppose they earn some money from that...
its amazing how vivo was not even well known just 2 years ago to becoming a sponsor for the avengers movie and now the world cup.
Why the reason that a disgusting brand will become the official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup of the next Cups? Why not Huawei for example or Lenovo?
"The company also promises to launch a unique phone that will offer a one of a kind experience for football fans. Along with the deal, all FIFA staff are required to use vivo smartphones while the tournaments are going on."
That new phone better run the latest android version in 2022. And forcing people to use their phone is too much. They literally pay people to use their phone. On the bright side, the front camera definitely will be powerful. Put a 40mp front camera there. Im sure in 2022 we have the technology.
Given the fluid nature of the smartphone business, where some company comes out of nowhere to the top tier, then slide down faster than you can imagine (ie Le Eco), you wonder if they will still be there in 2022, note that Vivo is a non-player just two World Cups ago (2012)...