Like many of its cousins from its parent company, electronics giant B.B.K. Electronics, the vivo Y20S is a solidly constructed device, one of many 4G smartphones hitting the Australian market as companies realise that 5G smartphones are really not needed here given the current state of the 5G rollout.
The smartphone market in China during the third quarter fell by 8% quarter-on-quarter and 15% on a year-on-year comparison, with 83 million units being shipped, the technology analyst firm Canalys says.
Despite the increasing American sanctions against it, Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies has retained its lead in the Chinese smartphone market with 45% share in the third quarter, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says, adding that there are signs a decline is setting in.
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