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vivo encourages millennials to “Be the Focus” with V20 series launch

vivo, the leading global technology company, is set to unveil the vivo V20 series with their #BeTheFocus launch this Friday, October 23, at 5 p.m. via vivo’s official Facebook page.

vivo encourages millennials to “Be the Focus” with V20 series launch

The launch event, where the company will reveal the thinnest 5G smartphone –the V20 Pro, the V20, the V20 SE, plus their industry-leading specs like the 44MP selfie camera and unparalleled Eye Auto Focus technology, will also feature top artists and content creators Maine Mendoza, JunnieBoy, Marvin Fojas, Verniece Enciso, Isa Rodriguez, and Dora Dorado as they highlight how the V20 can make you stand out in today’s digital-heavy lifestyle.

Since lockdowns were enforced globally, there has been an increase in content and users across well-known social media platforms like Youtube, Instagram, and TikTok. In fact, as of April this year, TikTok recorded more than 2 billion downloads worldwide, doubling its number of downloads in just a little over a year. 

As digital content and creators pop up left and right, this frenetic era has posed a challenge for millennials to rise above the noise and be recognized.

For its latest campaign, vivo aims to enable millennials to “Be the Focus” in this crowded world through their soon to be released smartphones - the vivo V20, V20 Pro, and V20 SE. The V20 Pro has recently been dubbed as the thinnest and most appealing selfie smartphone.

With its lightweight, artistic and ultra-thin design, high definition front and back cameras, ultimate photography experience, and powerful performance, the latest additions to the V-series will surely give users the edge they need to stand out.

Tune in to the live launch and learn how you can #BeTheFocus by visiting vivoglobal.ph or facebook.com/vivo.philippines.

Topics: vivo V20 series , vivo Philippines , #BeTheFocus launch , Eye Auto Focus technology , Mainde Mendoza
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