Another day and another smartphone manufacturer has fixed its sight in Nepal. This time it’s a much high profile mobile phone company as Vivo is all set to make its way here this November. We have yet to receive any information regarding the Vivo smartphones that will make their way into Nepal, but we know for sure that these smartphones will be targeting the selfie-loving Nepali people.
Everest Manakamana and Triveni Group are expected to be the authorized national distributors of Vivo smartphones in Nepal. Everest Manakaman is owned by Apex group who are also in the mobile business via Apex Digital Smartphone Chain Stores.
Apex Digital recently opened its 12th smart store at Dhangadhi recently. The company has opened its store all over Nepal, all while providing customers a ‘one stop shop’ for getting an on-hand experience of top smartphone brands available in Nepal.
Even though Apex Digital currently sells smartphones of brands such as Samsung, OnePlus, Oppo and Nokia among others, this is the only the second time the company itself is introducing a new mobile phone brand here in Nepal.
Vivo which recently launched the Vivo X20 and Vivo X20 Plus is deep-rooted in the Chinese and Indian smartphone market. It is slowly starting to crawl its way up the smartphone chain as consumers have liked how the company’s smartphones emphasize on providing users a great smartphone camera in a lower price tag.
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The recently launched Vivo X20 and Vivo X20 Plus have displays with 18:9 aspect ratio and a Super AMOLED panel to go along with it. These devices have dual rear-facing cameras and are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor. The Vivo X20 and Vivo X20 Plus are the Chinese manufacturer’s flagship for this year and carry a price tag of $454 and $530 respectively. We can, however, expect Vivo to launch Vivo V7+ and Vivo Y69.
It will be interesting to see how Apex Digital and Vivo present themselves in the Nepali smartphone market which currently translates to only a few manufacturers making great sales. Vivo’s fellow Chinese competitor, Oppo, has already started to impress Nepali customers albeit arriving a bit late to the party.
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