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Vivo V19 is now available in stores countrywide after being on pre-order for a period of three weeks for Ksh 40,999.00.
But in a nutshell, the Vivo V19 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core 712 processor, while equipped with 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal memory. The battery is a 4500mAh capacity which comes with 33W Vivo FlashCharge 2.0 technology that enables up to 54% charge in just half an hour.
Speaking to the Media during the announcement, Vivo Kenya CEO Arthur Xian Said, “Having the device available in the market will now have Kenyans access our products at their convenience, which is in line with our vision of providing every Kenyan with affordable yet sophisticated devices with a great experience.”
Vivo phones are taking strategic steps to get a piece of the Kenyan market that is currently dominated by brands such as Samsung, Techno, Infinix, and Huawei. The company says that it is not only selling high-quality phones, but it is also positioning itself in the Kenyan market in terms of its quality, use of high-end tech, the input of advanced features, and some of the most innovative designs in the mobile phone industry globally.