vivo brings together ‘masters of clarity’ for the launch of the X50 series in the Philippines, last August 22, with the Pro version bringing 5G technology. The brand’s second virtual launch saw the official unveiling of the X50 and X50 Pro, as well as the TWS Neo.
The event titled “Masters of Craft” featured the full clarity and extreme stability guaranteed by the X50 and X50 Pro, the latter equipped with an innovative gimbal camera system.
Voice talent Inka Magnaye hosted the virtual launch, which also featured up-and-coming artist Khalil Ramos, and globe-trotted entrepreneur Angely Dub, who both shared how to redefine one’s path despite looming uncertainties; and photographers Hanna Morales and Xander Angeles, who demonstrated how mastery in something is always within reach.
vivo conceptualized sophistication, speed, and smooth user experience by introducing its partnership with the iconic car brand, Chevrolet for the X50 Series campaign that is all about navigating the new daily grind with tangible clarity. The exciting partnership is yet to unravel in the coming days as the brand carries out its X50 series campaign.
“We at vivo are always on the lookout for bringing our customers an elevated smartphone experience each time by trying to understand and address the demands of today’s users. And we hope to do just that with the X50 Series.”
– Charisma Buan, vivo Philippines Public Relations Lead
This comes after recent reports of vivo taking the no. 1 spot in the Philippines in the latest Canalys smartphone ranking result.
One lucky viewer of the launch also got the chance to be among the first owners of the vivo X50 series by simply sharing and answering a few questions live online.
The power-packed lineup of the launch was capped with the much-awaited price reveal of the X50 and X50 Pro, at PhP39,999 and PhP25,999, respectively. The vivo X50 series can also be purchased via flexible plans courtesy of Home Credit, with terms provided in their official website.
To know more about the X50 series and the TWS Neo, click here.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.