vivo enters Europe, announces four phones across six countries

20 October 2020
The new X51 5G is already up for grabs in the UK.

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  • Anonymous

Please come to Turkey Vivo....
We are tired of Samsung-Apple monopoly and overpriced crap.

Anonymous, 20 Oct 2020Whilst I'm glad this is getting a wider EU release, no... morebe careful that the imported version doesn't have the same bands... In France, it would have only three of The five 4G bands ....Yes, it's overpriced.

Anonymous, 21 Oct 2020Tell that to NokiaThing is though dude . Although Nokia isnt the as it was back in the late 90s/early 2000s. They're well well established in Europe/UK. Only people who are tech enthusiastics would've heard of Vivo hear in uk

  • Anonymous

chris1998, 20 Oct 2020Horrible price £750 for a 765G Tell that to Nokia

Again no Pro+
Thank you.......

  • Anonymous

Adul Al Salami Kebab, 20 Oct 2020Scandinavia when?!!Nice nick bruh

  • Anonymous

Is it possible the software was changed also to avoid patent violations? Not necessarily just to suit peoples' tastes.

With naming like this they won't get far in europe. And I hope they fail completely because consumers are so confused by the random naming that they just skip the brand as a whole

  • Anonymous

Wow. That's 800 euro for the X51 5G. Great way to promote Vivo to a new market. I am sure many will spend that amount of money to a brand that they never heard of (here in Europe). /s

By the way, at this price range, it has to counter against the very popular phones like, Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, Apple iPhone 11 Pro and the brand new iPhone 12. All with many years of software updates & great after-sale support.
Good luck.

  • Boggy-Stefy

Is just me or these prices look a little higher than what the other Chinese manufacturers are having in Europe? Like Xiaomi or Realme.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 21 Oct 2020and soon sony will die tooalready happen in Asia. Chinese brands kill sony.
soon will happen in Europe too.

  • Anonymous

Smallworld, 20 Oct 2020If vivo enters Europe then Huawei is officially deadand soon sony will die too

  • anonymous

Smallworld, 20 Oct 2020If vivo enters Europe then Huawei is officially deadThe reason why they suddenly entered europe is because of huawei's woes. They know there will be a void to be filled. Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi will have to fill that void.

harwey, 20 Oct 2020Well,I think it's not their fault.This device costs $5... moreThe original price in China is also very expensive though. It's well over €100 more than a Oneplus 8t and is also more expensive than phones like the mi10, and Honor 30pro

nikojas, 20 Oct 2020A new entrant to the European market is a good thing, but w... moreYeah, in China the OP8t is also a lot cheaper. Vivo and Oppo are always very expensive for their upper mid range camera focused models. Both brands are significantly more expensive than their competition from Huawei/Honor and Xiaomi in China for midrange phones

  • Anonymous

£750 means $970.

£750 for a 765g? They won't fair any better than Oppo have then. They haven't exactly become a household name here with their over priced Find X2 series.

  • Wesley

That's a crazy price. Not even top specs and it wants a top price. Even the Samsung S20 FE is much cheaper and much better. Oops.

Anders, 20 Oct 2020Only just launched and charging £750?? These Chinese compan... moreWell,I think it's not their fault.This device costs $530 on Chinese websites(x50 Pro).Why it costs almost twice that in Europe,you'll have to ask local resellers.Btw,tried one recently and I can confirm it's a very good smartphone,for that original price.It costs the same as OP Nord in my country in EU,but this Vivo is a class above in terms of build quality and cameras..

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 20 Oct 2020Although Russia is thought of by many people as a European ... moreBut 77% of the population lives in the european oart of russia