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These days, it’s a contest of who’s smartphone can fit more screen into a slimmer and smaller body. As such, companies like Vivo have invested a lot of its resources in long-term research and development into improving the displays for its smartphones. In fact, its notch and screen advancements are progressive, as shown by the V9 and X21’s 19:9 FullView Display. The notch has evolved every three months on average, reducing its footprint and giving users more room for content. “Daring to pursue true perfection, while continuously creating the surprising.” Vivo is the first global brand that was able to completely remove the notch – The NEX’s 6.59-inch Ultra FullView Display with a 19.3:9 aspect ratio delivers an astonishing 91.24% screen-to-body ratio, which was made possible by placing the sensors right under the display, and creating a pop-up mechanism for the front camera. This year, the recently-launched V11 sports…

These days, one thing that matters a lot to consumers is screen size. In this age where mobile gaming and entertainment are rapidly evolving, the more room for content you have, the more immersive the experience gets. Vivo is a company that knows and has made efforts to keep up with this trend. The new Vivo V11’s Halo FullView Display, is a concrete example of such. Here are seven reasons as to why it matters. Visual Amusement – With a massive 6.41-inch Super AMOLED Halo FullView Display, you have more space for icons and widgets, and almost any type of content be it a game, a movie, or a photo are showcased with stunning clarity. Taking Photos – A bigger screen gives more room for more options and functions, plus a more comfortable experience of browsing photos you’ve taken. Watching films – A 3D curved body design that blends the…

After revealing the V11 as its newest smartphone to be launched in the Philippines, Vivo has now confirmed a few details about its upcoming device. For starters, the Vivo V11 will have 6GB of RAM, which should be enough even for heavy multi-tasking. It will also have 64GB of storage, expandable with a microSD card up to 256GB. Like the X21, the V11 will also feature in-display fingerprint scanning, along with AI-powered optics, which means there’s likely scene detection and AI-assisted beautification. The Vivo V11 is set to launch on September 11, 2018. As always, we’ll be there to cover the event, and give you access to the latest updates regarding the brand’s newest flagship in the country.