Selfie lovers are in for a treat as Former Pinoy Big Brother Lucky 7 housemate Mccoy De Leon is set to showcase his dance moves for the SM Cybermonth event on August 1, 2017 at the SM North EDSA Activity Center.

As one of Vivo’s key influencers, Mccoy is thrilled to meet fans, and is eager to share with Filipinos across the country as to what the brand is all about.

“Gusto ko syempreng makilala at mapasaya ang mga Vivo consumers, and this mall tour is a way of bringing them happiness. Masaya rin ako na ibahagi pa sa mas maraming tao kung ano ang Vivo, at kung gaano kaganda ang smartphones ng brand.”


A V5s user, Mccoy is fond of posting his perfect selfies and other photos taken by his phone on social media.

For Vivo Philippines, this event not only aims to entertain smartphone users, but also expand the brand’s reach to prospective customers.

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Its current flagship, the V5s houses a 20MP front-facing camera for crystal clear and high quality selfies, and is supplemented by a 13MP rear camera which can render stunning ultra HD images of to 52MP.

The V5s touts the group selfie feature, which allows you to capture more subjects in every shot by panning the device left and right, almost similar to how you take panoramic shots. It also has a selfie softlight with enhanced night mode for needed lighting in less than ideal conditions.

There’s also face beauty mode 6.0, which is basically a skincare tool that intelligently detects your gender and applies beauty touches accordingly.

The App Clone feature lets you log on to two different accounts using the same social media app, a handy tool for those who like to keep their personal and professional lives separated. It currently supports popular chat apps such as WhatsApp, WeChat, Line, BBM, Zalo, and Viber.

The Vivo V5s is available in SM Cyberzone branches for an SRP of PhP14,999. For our full review, click here.

For more information on Vivo’s products, you may visit, or their social media accounts on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.