The four models – Vsmart Bee, Vsmart Star, Vsmart Joy2, and Vsmart Live – all running Google’s Android operating system, were launched at a ceremony in Moscow on Thursday. They are on sale for prices ranging from 75 USD to 260 USD.
Sales Director of VinSmart Russia Sergey Sadkov predicted that Vsmart-branded smartphones will capture the Russian market. The launch of the new Vsmart phones is just the beginning of the company’s plan to introduce more hi-tech devices and home appliances to the Russian market.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Russia Ngo Duc Manh told VOV: “The launch of Vsmart phones in Russia – a very promising market – represents the extraordinary effort of Vingroup to promote Vietnamese goods. The two nations are currently celebrating the 25th anniversary of the signing of their treaty on the principles of friendly relations.”
Russia is VinSmart’s third foreign market after Spain and Myanmar.