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By April 2021, Vivo will officially launch 11 new smartphones in India

by Ronil Thakkar
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HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Vivo plans to launch up to 11 smartphones by April 2021 in India.
  • The Vivo X60 series, the Vivo X50 Pro 5G, the Vivo V21 series, and the Vivo S9 5G series will be included.
  • The stream also includes 4 unnamed Vivo-branded smartphones.

By April 2021, as per a new report by MySmartPrice, Vivo will launch as many as 11 new smartphones in India. In recent years, we have heard about a few Vivo smartphone launches, including our own exclusive report on the launch of the Vivo X50 Pro+ and X60 series in India. According to a new report based on Tipster Abhishek Yadav, the flagship Vivo smartphones will be joined by a host of other more affordable deals. As per the study, other Vivo smartphones to be released in India include the Vivo V21 series and the Vivo S9 5G.

Also Read: VIVO X60 PRO+ OFFICIAL SPECIFICATION REVEALED AHEAD OF LAUNCH

The Vivo V21 and Vivo S9 5G will soon be released in India.

The more affordable Vivo V21 series and Vivo S9 5G will most likely be launched first. The MediaTek Dimensity 1100 chipset is expected to power the latter and will possibly act as an entry-level 5G smartphone. With its rumored Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset, albeit at a slightly higher price tag, the Vivo V21 Pro is also 5G-ready. The remaining SKUs, Vivo V21 and Vivo V21E, given their cost, are likely to be 4G-only.

The top-of-the-line Vivo X60 Pro+ is unlikely to be released in India, which may be why Vivo will instead replace it with last year’s Vivo X50 Pro+. Based on this assumption, we know that the Vivo V21E, V21, V21 Pro, S9 5G, X50 Pro+, X60, and X60 Pro devices will soon be released in India. That leaves us with four unknown smartphones branded by Vivo. We’re probably looking at some entry-level devices, because with the aforementioned smartphones, Vivo has the entire mid to upper-mid range covered.

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