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Vivo V19 smartphones finally starts retailing in Kenya for Ksh. 40,999

Just after about three weeks from the launch day, vivo has finally started selling the device in Kenya with prices starting from Ksh. 40,999. The V19 which was unveiled on the 24th of last month and consequently proceeded with a pre-order period of three weeks is now available in local retail outlets.

The handset packs some of the best specs we’ve seen in the industry with Dual Punch Hole Camera setups at the front that accommodates two sensors; 32MP main camera and 8MP wide-angle sensor. On the backside is a quad-setup that includes a 48MP main camera, 8MP super wide-angle camera, 2MP macro camera, and 2MP Bokeh camera.

The front panel utilizes AMOLED technology meaning colors will be vibrant with deep contrasts thanks to true-black capability.

Speaking about the device, vivo Kenya CEO Arthur Xian was quoted saying Kenyans will now have access to their products at their convenience, which is in line with the company’s vision of providing every Kenyan with affordable yet sophisticated devices with a great experience.

Vivo V19 packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core 712 processor under the hood, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal storage and 4500mAh battery capacity which comes with 33W vivo FlashCharge 2.0 technology that enables a 0 to 54 percent charge in just 30 minutes. 

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