vivo, the innovative global smartphone brand, is proud to announce their partnership with Arjun Vajpai to support his quest to climb Mount. Everest without any external oxygen support. Arjun is the youngest person in the world to scale six peaks over 8,000 metres when he summited the treacherous Kangchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world in 2018. Arjun shall be using the newly launch X60series to capture his treacherous journey that starts from in the last week of April 2021.
Delighted with the association, Mr Nipun Marya, Director-Brand Strategy, vivo India, said, “We at vivo believe it is important for people to express themselves in a manner that is unique and distinct. We are happy to support Arjun’s passion and wish him all the best for the climb ahead. We are certain that the images he clicks from the peak using the vivo X60Pro+, will become bookmarks in history pages. The entire vivo family wishes Arjun all the best!”
Expressing excitement on the collaboration, Mr Arjun Vajpai said, “I have trained for many years for this expedition and I thank vivo for their support. Climbing Everest without oxygen is a challenge which very few people have undertaken, a path very few humans have walked. This will be the most challenging climb of my life, a culmination of 12x8000m expeditions that I have undertaken in the last decade. I hope to capture some breath-taking memories throughout my journey with the vivo X60Pro+”.
The X60 series aims to become the best companion for Arjun and reduce the weight of carrying professional camera equipment to capture the trek. The X60 series will help him record his story and eventual success.
As part of vivo’s commitment to ‘Make in India’, the vivo X60 series is being manufactured at the Greater Noida facility that employees more than 10,000 men and women, ensuring all vivo devices sold in India are made by fellow Indians.