Along with the V11, Vivo has also launched the more affordable Vivo V11i in the Philippines. Since it’s cheaper, the company needed to cut some corners in order to fit it in its Php15,999 price tag.
The Vivo V11i is basically the same as the V11 on the outside, because the differences lie on the hardware inside. Design-wise, it still has the gradient-colored back panel and the tiny halo notch which helped the latest generation of the V-series achieve an extremely high 91.27% screen-to-body ratio. But unlike its brother, it only has an IPS screen and there’s no in-display fingerprint scanner.
For those who want to get it a more manageable payment scheme, the Vivo V11i is available in Home Credit installment plans. You can get the device for a downpayment as low as Php5,000, as long as you get approved of the gadget loan after submitting the requirements.
Check out the table below for the loan terms, monthly cost, interest, and other fees.
|Vivo V11i Home Credit||6 months (0.8794%)||9 months (5.4518%)||12 months (5.4515%)||18 months (5.4510%)|
(inclusive of Php178 insurance fee)
(inclusive of processing fee)
|Total Contract Price||Php17,948||Php20,810.57||Php21,869.12||Php24,932.48|
Instead of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 CPU, Vivo switched gears and used an equally powerful MediaTek Helio P60 chipset. It also has 2GB less RAM at only 4GB, but it has twice the amount of storage (128GB) with the option to expand it even more using a micro SD.
How to apply? Visit any gadget stores with a Home Credit stall/representative and inquire about the Vivo V11i. They will guide you through the process on how you can get yourself a new smartphone.
Questions? Let us know in the comments section below.