In the last couple of years, Vivo has been putting forth its best efforts to create devices that deliver a great user experience, up to date, and powerful technology in the hands of its customers.

Following the success of its most recent V-series devices the V15 and V15 Pro, the brand has now revealed its plans to launch a new addition to its mid-range lineup. The device is expect to be a perfect mix of cutting-edge features and eye-catching design, yet within reach of most consumers. Welcome, the S-Series.

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Heading this lineup is the Vivo S1, which boasts a 6.38″ Full HD Super AMOLED display, and uses a waterdrop notch design for the front camera. It also has an in-display fingerprint sensor. It packs 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 4,500mAh battery.

The device is equipped with a 32MP AI-assisted selfie camera, along with a three rear shooters (16MP + 8MP + 2MP), allowing users to include more in the frame with wide-angle shots.

The S1 will come in a sleek design that showcases a gradient glossy finish on the Skyline Blue variant, and a Diamond Cut design on the Diamond Black variant, making it an fashion accessory as well.

To celebrate the arrival of this new device, the brand’s celebrity endorsers – Darren Espanto, Vern and Verniece Enciso, Chie Filomeno, and Julie Anne San Jose will ask their followers on Instagram to post their OOTD to mirror the phone’s color scheme, Skyline Blue and Diamond Black, for a chance to win 5 brand new Vivo S1 smartphones.

Vivo has been teasing the arrival of the S1 on its Facebook Page, through a short video clip, along with photos of its endorsers, all with the hashtag #WhatisS.

Posted by vivo on Friday, 23 August 2019

We’re bound to find out more in the coming days. Stay tuned!

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