- Vivo announces two Nex Smartphones, Vivo Nex S and Vivo Nex A.
- Both the smartphones come with Pop-Up Selfie Camera.
- Nex Smartphones is based Apex Concept which comes with the full bezel-less display.
Vivo has announced a new flagship device, known as Nex. Yesterday, Vivo has launched Nex S and Nex A smartphone in China. Both the smartphone comes with bezel-less display along with Pop-Up Selfie Camera. Both the Nex smartphones are based on Apex concept which is seen at MWC 2018 in February.
Like Apex concept, both the Nex smartphones has removed display notch and placed popup selfie camera on the top edge of the phone. The Nex smartphone has a screen-to-body ratio of 91.24 percent. According to the company, there will be a slight chin available at the bottom of the screen.
As the phone has a bezel-less display, so now it will use screen sound-casting technology which replaces the earpiece speaker. The Nex smartphone also has an in-display fingerprint sensor which is already seen on Vivo X21 smartphone.
The company announced two smartphones – Vivo Nex S and Vivo Nex A. However, Vivo Nex S is the higher variant which comes with features a Snapdragon 845 processor along with 8GB RAM and 256GB Internal Storage. Vivo Nex S also comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor which claimed to be 10 percent faster along with 50 percent improved accuracy.
Whereas, Vivo Nex A comes with Snapdragon 710 processor along with 6GB RAM and 128GB of Internal Storage. But the phone uses a rear fingerprint sensor like most other Vivo smartphones. Moreover, both the model comes with a bezel-less display and popup selfie camera.
Both the smartphones come dual 12MP + 5MP rear camera set up along with 8MP popup front camera. Also, the battery on both the smartphones sports 4000mAh which can easily last for a day with moderate usage.
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