COVID-19 took entire industries by storm, including the mobile and Smartphones market. While products like Vivo y50 were able to sustain in the market, that is not the case with most of its competitors. It is that time of the year when we look back at the last 12 months and determine what we need from mobile providers moving forward. Let’s begin!
A better nomenclature
Believe it or not, the era of names such as ‘pro,’ ‘max,’ and ‘ultra’ is ending. It seems like everyone is using these terms and the consumers need names that can tell them what the product is about—or what series it is from. Vivo y50 is one good example of this.
A simpler nomenclature will draw consumers toward the product at a lower marketing expenditure.
More value for a cheaper price tag
A couple of big brands of smartphones has received criticism for the price tag of their products in the last couple of years. On the other hand, Vivo mobile price tags have been appreciated.
Modern consumers need electronic products to deliver as much value as possible at a price tag that won’t break the bank. And from the looks of it, companies are taking notice. There are tons of options on the current market that deliver excellent features like 128GB RAM, fast charging support, great battery life, and a 64MP camera under 20,000.
Moving forward, it will be interesting to see how companies evolve further in this competitive landscape. We hope they take a lesson from Vivo mobile price models.
Foldable and rollable phones
While smartphones like Vivo y50 have everything modern consumers need, unorthodox forms are gaining more hype by the minute. Samsung was the king of the foldable market last year because of the first-mover’s advantage. LG will be releasing a phone with a rollable screen this year, and brands like TCL, OPPO, Microsoft, Xiaomi, and Vivo won’t be far behind. 2021 will be the year of foldable phones, rollable screens, and curved displays!
All premium-range and mid-level phones will have 5G support moving forward. 5G was something that even great phones like Vivo y50 were lacking. The Snapdragon 888 chip—something we’ve all been looking forward to—will have 5G integrated on its SoC. In Snapdragon 865 plus, the modem came separately, which was a hassle. This integration will help companies provide cheaper 5G smartphones.
Better gaming capabilities
Now that we have talked about Vivo mobile price tags, bold smartphone designs, and 5G, it is time to address the fastest-growing smartphone trend—gaming. Gaming phones were released at an unprecedented rate last year, with marvels like ASUS ROG Phone 3 and Xiaomi Black Shark impressing every gamer. The Snapdragon 888 will up the ante this year with variable-rate shading. Who knows, maybe we will even get a gaming version of Vivo y50!
This year, smartphone providers will have to double down on their processors, displays, cameras, software experience, and overall designs. Now some of these variants might still be expensive when they first come out. As we’ve seen, not every phone is affordable from the get-go like the Vivo y50.
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