Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo will start selling smartphones in the Netherlands from June. It is not yet known which models will come to the Netherlands, but it is about the X, Y and V series phones.
Vivo has signed a distribution agreement with V2Future for Dutch sale, This company writes on LinkedIn† This distributor also supplies brands like DJI, Insta360, drone maker PowerVision, and He has similarities With stores like bol.com, Coolblue and Amazon. In addition to distribution, V2Future will also take care of vivo’s marketing activities and service requests.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Announced in 2020 to expand into Europe. Then it was for countries such as Germany, France and the United Kingdom. The company then said that all European phones will get Snapdragon socs and a “simple Android version”. The company also brought wireless earbuds to Europe at the time.
The company, like OnePlus, Oppo and realme, is under BBK Electronics and was founded in 2011. Globally, Vivo in the first quarter of 2022 According to Canalys Market share of eight percent. This made the company the fifth largest smartphone maker in that quarter. In April, the company announced its first foldable phone with X fold† Some vivo devices are already for sale in the Netherlands via gray imports.
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