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vivo Set to Unveil New V19 Smartphone in Kenya

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Jenna Delport
Jenna Delport
I’m a tech writer, world traveller, avocado-eater and dog lover, not always in that order.

vivo is all set to launch its first-ever Dual Punch Hole Camera phone – the vivo V19 – to the Kenyan market on 24 June.

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According to vivo, the V19 will hold an L-shaped quad rear camera with a LED flash and a dual punch front camera at the right corner. Users can also find an in-display fingerprint sensor under the AMOLED screen of the phone. As of now, two-colour variants of smartphones will become available.

As all V-series flagships, the upcoming V19 will be a camera-centric smartphone that will focus on improvements in low light photography. The rear quad camera will include a 48MP primary camera, 8MP super wide-angle camera, 2MP macro camera, and 2MP Bokeh camera. The front camera will capture with its 32MP and 8MP sensors.

“vivo is committed to innovating with the consumer in mind, and V19 reflects our deep understanding of consumers’ needs. With industry-leading selfie technology, beautiful design and strong performance, the V19 is perfect for young consumers who care about the camera and entertainment features,” says Arthur Xian, CEO of vivo Smartphone Kenya.

vivo will also add its exclusive Dual-Engine Fast Charging capability for V19’s 4500mAh battery.

With the device, vivo continues with its innovative streak by introducing several ‘firsts’ in one of the most competitive African consumer markets – from the world’s first slimmest phone to the first in-display fingerprint.

Edited by Jenna Delport
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