Chinese phone company Vivo has entered into the Kenyan market, an official said on Monday.

Vivo Kenya CEO Arthur Xian said in Nairobi that Vivo is committed to the east African nation and looks forward to making the most of its innovation and ingenuity to deliver user experiences that local consumers will appreciate.

“Vivo aims to create a positive socio-economic impact through its existence in the market. It therefore seeks to create jobs to the Kenyan population which three quarters consist of youths below the age of 30 years. Vivo also aims to open up opportunities for creativity and innovation through partnerships with local tertiary institutions and innovation centers,” Xian said.

The Chinese technology firm also released the new V17 Pro smartphone in the Kenyan market.

Xian said that the new V17 Pro houses a total of six cameras on the front and back that allow users to redefine their selfies with the industry’s first 32MP dual pop-up front camera, a powerful upgrade to Vivo’s iconic elevating front camera.

With its launch in the country, Vivo not only aims to be a key player in the technology sector but also a brand that has the people’s interest at heart.

To that effect, Xian noted that his firm has already opened a new customer service center in the Nairobi and has plans to launch new facilities across the country in order to enable a continuous supply of quality products and services.

Xian said that Vivo aims to create a positive socio-economic impact through its existence in the market.

“We therefore seek to create jobs for the Kenyan population which three quarter consists of youths below the age of 30 years. Vivo also aims to open up opportunities for creativity and innovation through partnerships with local tertiary institutions and innovation centers,” he added. Enditem

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