Vivo S1 India launch on August 7: 6 reasons this phone can give tough competition to Redmi, RealmeVivo is teasing the upcoming Vivo S1 for quite some weeks now. The company has revealed almost everything about the smartphone via official teasers and commercial advertisements. The only mystery right now is the price of the Vivo S1 which we expect it to be under Rs 20,000.advertisement Next Sneha Saha New DelhiJuly 31, 2019UPDATED: August 1, 2019 13:15 IST HIGHLIGHTSVivo S1 has all the potential to become one of the best phones under Rs 20,000 in India.Vivo S1 looks stunning, especially the Skyline Blue colour option.Vivo S1 packs a massive 4500mAh battery inside that Vivo claims can last more than one full day.Earlier this month Vivo launched its first-ever Z-series smartphone aka the Z1 Pro in India. With the Z1 Pro Vivo aims to mushroom its online business in the country and take on the likes of smartphone brands like Realme and Redmi. As we at India Today Tech said in the full review, the Vivo Z1 Pro is a killer device for the price it comes for. The India price of the Vivo Z1 Pro starts at Rs 14,990. After the Z-series, Vivo is now ready to introduce its S-series in India on August 7 and the first smartphone under this new series is the Vivo S1.Vivo is teasing the upcoming Vivo S1 for quite some weeks now. The company has revealed almost everything about the smartphone via official teasers and commercial advertisements. The only mystery right now is the price of the Vivo S1 which we expect it to be under Rs 20,000. The official India price of the Vivo S1 will be announced on August 7.The Vivo S1 has all the potential to become one of the best phones under Rs 20,000 in India. There are already some great phones available under in the price point — like the Redmi Note 7 Pro, the Realme 3 Pro, the Vivo Z1 Pro, the Realme X, and the Samsung Galaxy A50 – and Vivo S1 can definitely join the bandwagon as it offers great value. The Vivo S1 brings stylish design, offers massive battery, sports triple rear AI cameras, runs Android 9 Pie with latest FunTouch OS on top, and so many other things.advertisementThe question now is can Vivo S1 make it to the best under Rs 20,000 phones list in India or not? I believe it has all the potential to become one of the best phones under the Rs 20,000 price tag in the country and here are five reasons why I feel so. –AI triple rear cameras: There are not many phones with three rear cameras available under Rs 20,000 price in India. The Vivo S1 is making that possible. The upcoming Vivo S1 includes three cameras on the back panel. The phone houses a 16-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.78 lens, a secondary 8-megapixel sensor with an f/2.2 wide-angle lens, and a 2-megapixel sensor with an f/2.4 lens. –Fresh design: Check out the pictures of the Vivo S1 here. The Vivo S1 looks stunning, especially the Skyline Blue colour option. It also comes in dark blue shade. The gradient finish of the phone adds to the overall design of the smartphone. The Vivo S1 feels incredibly light in the hands despite sporting a 4500mAh battery inside. On the front the smartphone packs Halo FullView display – waterdrop notch – that increases the screen-to-body-ratio of the smartphone that in turn offers great multimedia experience to the users.–32MP camera: Similar to all the latest Vivo phones the upcoming Vivo S1 packs 32-megapixel image sensor on the front for clicking selfies. Most Vivo phones are great at capturing selfies and we believe this one will be no exception. We will have more to say about the camera performance of the Vivo S1 in the full review of the phone.–4500mAh battery with 18W fast charging: The Vivo S1 packs a massive 4500mAh battery inside that Vivo claims can last more than one full day of rigorous usage. The icing on the cake is the 18W fast charging support. The best thing is the 18W charger comes bundled with the retail box of the Vivo S1.–In-display fingerprint sensor: This is one technology that is mostly found in expensive smartphones but Vivo isn’t leaving it out for its upcoming under Rs 20,000 smartphone – Vivo S1. This is one of the key highlights of the new Vivo phone. The Vivo S1 includes an in-display fingerprint sensor beneath the 6.38-inch Super AMOLED screen and it’s pretty smooth and fast to unlock the phone. Additionally, there’s also the AI face unlock support. –Super AMOLED display: Most under Rs 20,000 phones compromise on their screen. Right now, there are very few under Rs 20,000 phones that offer AMOLED display. For the Vivo S1, the company isn’t compromising on the screen and that’s a great news. The Vivo S1 comes with Super AMOLED screen that makes it useable even under scorching Delhi sun. We will have more to say about the screen of the Vivo S1 in the full review of the smartphone in the days come.Vivo S1 price in IndiaVivo has already launched the Vivo S1 in Indonesia and China. In Indonesia, the Vivo S1 price starts at IDR 35,99,000 that roughly translates to around Rs 17,800. We expect the India price of the Vivo S1 to be similar to Indonesia price. According to indiashopps.com, the Vivo S1 India price will start at Rs 17,990. The website says this price will be for the base model of the smartphone that includes 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. The second model of the Vivo S1 with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage is said to cost around Rs 19,990 while the top-end model of the phone with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage is expected to come with a price tag of Rs 24,990.advertisementIn India, the Vivo S series is said to focus on offline and online both like the V series and unlike the Z series that focuses on online. Vivo recently launched the Vivo Z1 Pro in India for starting price of Rs 14,990 and the phone is selling like hotcakes in the country.ALSO READ | Vivo S1 India launch on August 7: Specs, expected India price, and all details you want to knowALSO READ | Vivo S1 in pictures: Vivo’s first S-series phone looks gorgeous, brings AI triple rear camerasGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySneha Saha Tags :Follow vivo
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