Chinese phone maker Vivo launches new smartphone in Kenya
Chinese phone maker Vivo on Thursday launched its latest smartphone as an addition to the Y-series, the Y53s, in the Kenyan market.
According to the firm, the mobile device will be available at a cost of 28,000 shillings (about 259 U.S. dollars) at both retail and online stores.
"The device that comes with a high-definition 64MP main rear camera aims to set a new standard for phones in the same price range, bringing impressive clarity to its users," the company said in a statement.
The Vivo Y53s allows users to take quality photos even with minimal external lighting to render splendid night shots.
The Chinese phone maker said that the new device provides a space for creativity to flow as it comes with an Artificial Intelligence (AI) editor that enables users to create stylish videos and share them with ease on social media.
Its AI algorithm identifies both faces and scenes within the video footage, then fits them into a new reel within a vlog template that users can pick from a variety of options.
The device also has a selfie camera that is supported by an intelligent algorithm that enhances Vivo's expertise in front camera photography.