Aamir Khan replaces Ranveer Singh as a Vivo India brand ambassador
New Delhi: Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo on Monday announced the appointment of Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan as its brand ambassador for India, substituting actor Ranveer Singh who’d been associated with the firm for the last two years. Aamir, whose movies Dangal and Secret Superstar fetched unprecedented success for Bollywood films in China, was signed for future brand and product communication initiatives in Vivo India, the company said in a statement. We’re thrilled about the chances that our partnership with among the world’s biggest superstars, Aamir Khan, will start up in Vivo in India.
Said Kenny Zeng, Chief Marketing Officer, Vivo India. This new institution will let us explore new paths to achieve our clients as we script our future growth plan in India, Zeng added. Aamir will soon be viewed in a full fledged advertising campaign around the upcoming products and a brand new TV commercial. Vivo as a brand embodies the spirit of innovation and purposeful disruption, said Aamir said Through the years, the brand was continuously pushing the bounds of smartphone technology. I’m enthused to be part of Vivo’s transformative journey in India, the actor added. The statement comes ahead of Vivo’s planned launch of the V9 smartphone on March 23 in India.
Industry sources told IANS that the most recent device will probably be priced around Rs 25, 000 and will include a dual rear camera installation and a 24-foot car camera. Vivo V9 will come with iPhone X as top notch and camera configuration and FullView display informed sources added. The company had established Vivo V7 with 24 megapixel camera within nation for Rs 18, 990 in November 2017.
Vivo additionally introduced a FullView concept smartphone named APEX which Has the world’s highest screen-to body ratio and half screen in display fingerprint scanning technology in the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona in February. Vivo has also been associated with popular sports programs like the Indian Premier League And the Pro Kabaddi League in the nation. Vivo entered India in late 2014. With a manufacturing unit in Greater Noida, the company has a robust distribution network throughout the country both offline and online, catering to over 400 cities in 22 countries endorsed by 400 support centres.