Ahead of the Big Diwali Sale, Flipkart has listed a new model of the Vivo V9 Pro which comes in a 4GB variant. It’s notable that Vivo launched the new Vivo V9 Pro in India last month only, however, the phone had debuted just in the 6GB option thus stalling the 4GB variant for a later time. It seems that finally, Vivo has launched a new phone for the buyers. As... Read More
October is a month of joy for both smartphone manufacturers and buyers as well. While the big companies like OnePlus and Google are eyeing their flagship launches this month, other phone companies are also preparing for the launch of various budget segment phones. Undoubtedly, October is going to be a month filled with phone launches happening left, right and centre. The buyers are definitely bound to be happy as they... Read More
Chinese handset maker, Vivo is getting competitive with every passing day in India. After launching the Vivo V11 Pro with in-display scanner, Snapdragon 660 SoC at Rs 25,990, the BBK Electronics-owned company has now launched the Vivo V9 Pro with the same Snapdragon 660 chipset, clubbed with 6GB of RAM. Notably, the Vivo V9 Pro comes as a successor to the Vivo V9 that was launched back in March this... Read More
Vivo, which is on a launch spree of late, will soon launch a new smartphone, dubbed as Vivo V9 Pro. According to a new report by IANS, the V9 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset and the price of the handset will be below Rs 20,000. Very recently, Vivo launched the V11 Pro with the same Snapdragon 660 AIE chipset on board, but the V9 Pro will... Read More
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Sunanda Pushkar :
Just like you had, Tharoor. Do some soul searching.
Hello Duopoly. Bye Bye Competition.
Whatever. I'm not porting my VI number.
Blame the Gobarment. Telecom sector needs serious restructuring for new players to invest. I guess Airtel and Jio, two prominent…
Shashi Tharoor :
Seems like they've vested interests.