Chinese smartphone maker Vivo on Wednesday said over a lakh users pre-booked its newly-launched Vivo "V11 Pro" from September 6-11 and it would contribute Rs 100 from each of these pre-orders towards Kerala flood relief fund.
"We received more than a lakh pre-bookings for the 'V11 Pro' that would translate into more than Rs one crore for the Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund," Nipun Marya, Director, Brand Strategy, Vivo India, said in a statement.
The company would also contribute Rs 50 from each Vivo handset (irrespective of model) sold in Kerala from August 22-September 22.
Vivo "V11 Pro" with in-display fingerprint technology, face-unlock feature and a curved 3D body was introduced in India for Rs 25,990.
"V11 Pro" comes with a 12MP+5MP dual rear camera and a 25MP selfie camera with "Dual-Pixel Autofocus."
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