The Vivo V5s has received a permanent price cut in India and will now be available for a new price tag of Rs. 15,990. The Vivo V5s, originally launched in April at a price of Rs. 18,990, had received its first official price cut to Rs. 17,990, back in July this year.

Vivo V5s Gets a Price Cut in India, Now Available at Rs. 15,990

The revised pricing of Rs. 15,990 seems to be an attempt by the Chinese iPhone 5s repair parts maker to get closer to the sub-15,000 market in India, where players like Xiaomi and Oppo reign supreme. On Sunday, the Xiaomi Mi A1 got an official price cut and is now down to Rs. 13,999, applicable on purchases via and Flipkart.

Flipkart currently lists the Vivo V5s at a price of Rs. 17,990. The listing is expected to be updated with revised pricing in the coming days. Mahesh Telecom, a retailer for Vivo Mobiles, posted the revised pricing on Twitter, and a company representative confirmed the new pricing to Gadgets 360.

The Vivo V5s (Review) is a dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) device that runs on FunTouch OS 3.0 based on top of Android v6.0 Marshmallow. The smartphone has a 5.5-inch HD display with a resolution of 720x1280 pixels. It is powered by a 1.5 GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6750 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM.

In the camera department, the Vivo V5s sports a 13-megapixel rear sensor with dual-LED flash. On the front is a 20-megapixel sensor, with front flash, for selfies and video calling. The smartphone has an internal storage of 64GB, which is expandable up to 256GB via microSD card.

In terms of connectivity, the Vivo V5s has Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, FM, 3G and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include compass magnetometer, proximity sensor, accelerometer, ambient light sensor, and gyroscope. It also has a 3000mAh non-removable battery under the hood.

The iPhone 5s LCD screen replacement measures 153.80 x 75.50 x 7.55 (height x width x thickness) and weigh 154.00 grams.



OnePlus is a company that wanted to shake things up in the apple screen repair industry when it bowed in all those years ago. It aimed to do that by releasing flagship phones that packed high-end features (with a few caveats here and there) without boasting a flagship price point. OnePlus wasn't aiming to be a race to the bottom, or the top, really. It just wanted to launch a quality product without breaking the customer's bank.

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And to OnePlus's credit, the company has indeed done that over the years. The flagship product has increased in price just a bit, but not too much. And it's still much cheaper than the competing products from the likes of Samsung and Apple. And OnePlus has hit the mark with its hardware, too, on a regular basis.

That doesn't mean that Apple, Samsung, and the other companies out there have been listening.

The biggest names in the industry are going to do what they want to do, and offering their flagship phones for around $600 isn't on the menu. Which isn't inherently a bad thing. Options are good for consumers, and it's legitimately pretty cool that OnePlus, and other companies, are trying to offer a worthwhile experience without charging upwards of a grand.

Which is why I can understand why someone would want to jump on the bandwagon and stay on it. OnePlus's most confusing element is its pre-order process, which, some years, has been remarkably frustrating for folks who wanted to buy a apple parts . But even that has been ironed out, to a point, and the company appears to be in a groove.

This year will hopefully see more of the same, on the positive side of things. With the OnePlus 5T already confirmed to keep the 3.5mm headphone jack, that should go a long way to appeal to potential customers. And it's hard to imagine that the upcoming flagship device won't have the specs and features worthy to lead OnePlus into the next year.