When young global smartphone brand Vivo entered the mobile industry, the market was dominated by two or three names. But in a matter of years, Vivo changed the game.
Vivo has been determined to break barriers and introduce technology that ushered the industry into the future. After all, it was Vivo that introduced a 20-megapixel dual front camera in V5 Plus and a 24MP front camera in V7, V7+, and V9.
Aside from the selfie camera, Vivo also paid attention to the users’ need for a bigger screen. Earlier this year, Vivo released the ultimate iteration of a concept smartphone, the APEX™ FullView™, which nearly has a 100% screen-to-body display. The V9, Vivo’s newest flagship, is getting closer to goal with its 90% screen-to-body ratio.
Vivo is also the first to introduce the in-display fingerprint scanner that gives users another method to unlock their smartphones.
Note: This post first appeared on my foodie blog, mum-eats.com, on 22 November, 2014. With a heavy heart, I have decided not to renew it when it expires this July as I can no longer maintain and update is as often as I would like to. Instead, I decided to add a new category here on the blog for the food-related posts under the name, Mum Eats. I hope you will enjoy reading these delicious articles as much as I enjoyed reliving my foodie adventures, as well as sharing foodie tips and tricks, through these posts. :plate:
Purchasing food at your local supermarket should include a complete look at the nutrition facts to ensure that you are eating the highest-quality meat and food products.Nowadays, most foods are laden with additives and unnatural ingredients that the human body has trouble breaking down. Fortunately, all-natural stores have taken measures to provide convenient, affordable food choices so that everyone can enjoy the very best food available.
Meat and Poultry
Not all meat is created equal. It is important to choose all-natural and organic meats to ensure that the animals have been fed an all-vegetarian diet, have been well cared for, and can provide your body with the nutrients it needs. Most consumers can also taste the difference that natural foods can provide.
Busy and on-the-go mums need a mobile phone that can keep up with all that we need to do in the day whilst allowing us to enjoy the latest mobile technology, as well as take great photos of our children to document their childhood and our family lives. If you are looking for such mobile phone to update your old one without going over-budget, then you are in for treat!
Global smartphone brand Vivo has released a new model of its Y series in the Philippines. The Vivo Y85 is now available nationwide.
Here’s what to love about the new Vivo Y85
Big Screen Display and AI ~ DisplayThe new Y series smartphone has a 6.22-inch FullView™ Display and a 13-megapixel plus 2MP dual rear camera. This smartphone also has AI and face access capabilities
Quality Camera with Big Storage ~ Vivo Y85 also has an 8MP front camera with Face Beauty, HDR, and Portrait features. It also has 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage
Octa-core Processor ~ This smartphone has an octa-core processor MTK 6762 with an Android 8.1-based Funtouch OS 4.0 operating system
Affordable Price and Comes in Fun Colors ~ The Vivo Y85 will be retailed at Php13,999 in the entire Philippines in Ruby Red and Black
Vivo in a nutshell
A global smartphone brand focused on introducing perfect sound quality and ultimate photography with cutting-edge technology, Vivo develops innovative and stylish products for young people. We now have over two hundred million users and are one of the preferred brands of young people around the world. As an Official Sponsor of the FIFA World Cup™, Vivo believes in the importance of encouraging young people to embrace self-expression and an energetic lifestyle. In the Philippines, Vivo is the top 3 smartphone brand in terms of market share with 1.5 million users nationwide.
It may not come easy and one has to constantly and continuously choose to be grateful, but one day, it will be so much more like muscle memory to be thankful and grateful for each inconvenience, delay, disappointment, or heartache.