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VIVO

(Video In Video Out) A graphics card with analog video capture and analog video out (NTSC out) capabilities. See display adapter.
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vivo S1 looks premium and perform similar to a class-leading flagship smartphone," stated KEVIN JIANG, CEO for vivo Sri Lanka, discussing the product and its premise.
On the optics front, the Vivo Z1X is said to sport triple rear cameras: a 48MP primary sensor consisting of the Sony IMX582 sensor, an ultra-wide angle sensor and a depth sensor.
Inside, the Vivo S1 will supposedly pack a 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM, to be powered by a fast-charging 4500mAh battery.
Vivo S1 features a sleek and stylish design with two beautiful color options: Skyline Blue and Diamond Black.
More than its stunning look, this pink Vivo V15 delivers.
Vivo will adopt a multi-device, multi-application, and multi-scenario approach in its development, in order to support the needs of consumers to connect with the digital and the physical world, and to provide a more holistic, richer user experience across all Vivo 5G devices.
VIVO is a pre-procedure planning tool that offers 3D cardiac mapping to aid in localising the sites of origin of idiopathic ventricular arrhythmias in patients with structurally normal hearts prior to electrophysiology studies.
This licensed LNP technology is the foundation of Intellia's proprietary modular delivery system of CRISPR/Cas9 for its in vivo product pipeline.
Vivo Energy operates in the forecourt fuel retail business, and also the non-fuel retail, commercial and lubricant segments in Africa exclusively.
For those who may have already forgotten, Apple's Face ID is capable of sensing 30,000 points, which now seems small compared to Vivo's technology that's capable of capturing 300,000 sensor points.
This latest innovation is another example of Vivo's dedication to break new ground and to lead in critical industry initiatives such as 5G development.