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vivo S series debuts in Sri Lanka with S1

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  • Stylish design, super AMOLED Halo Full View Screen with 32MP AI Selfie Camera and AI Triple Rear Camera systems

vivo launched S1, the first smartphone of their brand new S series, to the Sri Lankan market, which features 32MP AI Selfie Camera and AI Triple Rear Camera. As a leading smartphone manufacturer in the region, vivo mobile keeps the S1 in the premise of a glamorous, glorious and gorgeous smart phone that caters to the demands of the millennial youth and their stylish, energetic and trendy image.  

vivo S1 features a sophisticated design that resonates the stylish youth through the super AMOLED Halo Full View Display, that provides accurate, vibrant; and rich natural colours – allowing the users to immerse themselves in a fully integrated user experience when consuming videos, capturing images or even surfing the Internet.

“vivo mobile uses a consumer-driven strategy that we take pride in. Since a growing segment of our consumers are young users, we believe that it is essential to take a leap towards enhancing the consumer experience. That is what we are trying to achieve through the S-Series smartphones. It resonates our attempts to meet the demands of the consumers who are keener on stylish smartphones which have similar features to a flagship range smartphone. vivo S1 looks premium and perform similar to a class-leading flagship smartphone,” stated vivo Sri Lanka CEO Kevin Jiang, discussing the product and its premise.

“Designed for the young and stylish, vivo S1 incorporates 2.5D effect which results in a user experience similar to that of a flagship product. The exterior has delicately curved sides; making it easy to hold. Along with the innovative in-display fingerprint technology that enables three times faster response rate among the pre-existing competitor smartphones in the similar category of the Sri Lankan market,” added Jiang

New vivo S1, has an exceptional specs that stand verdict to the advanced technology and innovation of vivo mobile, including AI Selfie Camera, perfect for stylish selfie enthusiasts who enjoy unique photography experiences with excellent details, colours and sharpness.

vivo S1 also comes with a trendsetting design that shows excellent craftsmanship, where it converts a diamond pattern design and seamless transition from blue to purple. Surrounded by black, the gleaming diamond pattern resembles all the shining stars in the night sky. vivo S1 also comes with vivo’s Dual-Engine Fast Charging Technology; that releases the customers from the constant worry of running out of battery. vivo’s Funtouch OS 9.0 which brings S1 an all new UI design, dark mode, customisable icons and much more.

The sleek and stylish vivo S1 will be available for consumer to purchase from August 2019 at the retail price Rs. 52,990 with one year official warranty with Sri Lanka Telecommunication Regulation Commission’s EMI approval, through all the island wide vivo authorised dealers.

  • vivo S1 specifications

Display: 6.38 inches, Super AMOLED Halo FullView Display 

Processor: MT6768 (P65) 

Front Camera: 32 Megapixel (AI) 

Rear Camera: 16 Megapixel + 8 Megapixel + 2 Megapixel (AI) 

RAM: 6GB inbuilt RAM

Storage: Super Big 128GB ROM

Battery: 4500mAh with vivo’s Dual-Engine Fast Charging Technology

OS: Funtouch OS 9.0

Screen Resolution: 1080x2340 (FHD+)


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