Wednesday, June 12, 2019

WIN A VIVO V15 PRO BY TAKING PART IN TUNE TALK'S FAVEBOOK CONTEST

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Win A Vivo V15 Pro By Taking Part In Tune Talk’s Facebook Contest

Vivo Malaysia has paired up with Tune Talk in conjunction with Tune Talk’s 10thAnniversary in a contest that will let you stand a chance to grab the latest Vivo V15 Pro.

The contest is organized by Tune Talk Malaysia in partnership with Vivo, and there are 10 Vivo V15 Pro to be given away. The contest mechanics involves following Tune Talk’s Facebook account, share a post pinned to the top, tag 10 of your Facebook friends and include the hashtag #TuneTalkTurns10 in a public Facebook post.

10 lucky winners will be chosen at random by Tune Talk and the contest will be going on from 10th June – 30th June 2019.

The V15 Pro is the newest V series smartphone that Vivo has launched in Malaysia. It is equipped with the World’s First 32MP Elevating Front Camera, Ultra FullViewTM Display, 48MP AI Triple Camera and In-Display Fingerprint Scanning Technology.

The Ultra FullViewTM Display of the V15 pro comes at 6.39 inches and the 19.5:9 Super AMOLED display produces awe-inspiring visual design, utterly seamless from end-to end. With the earpiece, light and proximity sensors all concealed from view, the side and top bezels are reduced to just 1.75mm and 2.22mm respectively, resulting in a maximized screen-to-body ratio of 91.64%.

The Ultra FullViewTM  experience of The Vivo V15Pro comes courtesy of a radical breakthrough in technology - the Elevating Front Camera. The 32MP Elevating Front Camera captures selfies with unrivalled clarity. The Vivo V15 Pro’s AI Triple Camera also brings you an upgraded experience of taking professional photography with just a single click.

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For further information, please contact:
Name: Lynn Dhia
Mobile: +6012 623 2991

About Vivo
Vivo has over two hundred million users enjoying its mobile products and services around the world. Vivo is present in 18 markets globally and features offline retail stores in over 1,000 cities worldwide.



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