He Mobile World Congress it is a major event, not in vain it is the most important annual fair in the smart phone industry, and uncovering yourself in a framework like that with all the giants of the industry present is not easy …
He got it Alive , one of the most important Chinese firms in its local market although at the same time less known in international markets, which surprised both locals and foreigners with an impressive Live APEX fully converted into. So, with capital letters.
His conception of smartphone “all screen” taken to the extreme – almost 100 percent of the front occupied by the panel , gave him that halo of novelty, completed by a emerging front camera hidden behind the screen and the already known integrated fingerprint reader under the AMOLED panel, an element that only Vivo has dared to mount to date.
It is not just the Chinese manufacturer that aims, since his good work with the software has given him the honor of be in the list of compatible devices with the Android P beta from the beginning, givingfor a lot marquitis that we suffer
In addition, and to finish curling the curl, the guys from Vivo have not only Filtered to Vivo APEX in a production configuration that at the moment is not confirmed, but also we already have the first image of Vivo NEX, an heir of this design that goes a little further, as he tells us. Let’s know …
Little do we know about the hardware of both devices in a future commercial appearance, although at Vivo APEX we met him in Barcelona with high-performance possibilities except for its chipset , a more restrained Snapdragon 660 from Qualcomm.
To talk about it would be to speculate, so what we will analyze will be its design, confirmed by the first live image of the two terminals flags of Vivo, it’s worth the redundancy, and that you can see right here on top.
In it we have Live NEX on the left, with a design similar to that of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 with more rounded corners and maintaining a minimum but appreciable lower frame, where a front camera is placed attached to the right margin. On the other hand, Vivo APEX maintains its concept of 100 percent of frontal use, practically without borders, with a smaller panel and in a less “stretched” format.
The curious part is that apparently Both terminals have a retractable front camera and hidden under the upper frame, although Vivo NEX has another placed under the screen to facilitate access to facial recognition no need to remove the main front camera each time. This was according to experts the main complaint of all those who have been able to test the removable camera.
Obviously both would also have the integrated fingerprint reader under the AMOLED panel, looking to leave the front as clean as possible to sign up as the first manufacturer to get a real “all-screen” phone .
The official presentation event is already convened by Vivo, which has quoted to the press next June 12 so that the summer begins loaded with news in the smartphone market … Do you like the newest of Vivo? Are these really the smartphones of the year?