The phones include in-display fingerprint sensor, retractable selfie camera and “screen soundcasting technology”
The world’s first all-screen smartphone Vivo Nex S was finally launched in China on June 12. The phone sports a bezel-less display with no notch and a screen to body ratio of 91.24%.
The phone has been launched in two versions – Vivo Nex S with Snapdragon 845 SoC and an affordable Vivo Nex A with Snapdragon 710. While Nex A is priced at 3,898 yuan (approximately Rs 41,000), the Nex S, which is available in 128GB and 256GB storage variants is priced at 4,498 yuan (approximately Rs 47,300) and 4,998 yuan (about Rs 52,000), respectively.
Vivo Nex S features
Vivo Nex S was first unveiled at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year as the Vivo Apex and soon gadget fans across were waiting to get their hands on the device. With features like in-display fingerprint sensor, retractable selfie camera and “screen sound casting technology” wherein the screen vibrates to create sound, the smartphone became the talk of the town
Display: 6.59-inch FHD+ OLED Super AMOLEDresolution: 2316*1080 pixels and aspect ratio of 19.3:9.Chipset: Powered by the latest Snapdragon 845 SoC,RAM: 8GB RAMStorage: 128GB and 256GB.Rear camera: 12MP + 5MP dual camera f/1.8 and f/2.4, respectively.Front camera: 8MP an aperture rate of f/2.0.OS: Funtouch OS 4.0 loaded on Android 8.1 Oreo.Battery: 4000 mAh batteryFeatures: On the security front, the phone has a game-changing third generation under-display fingerprint sensor. Other features include an AI-based virtual assistant named Jovi, dedicated Jovi button, dual-band Wi-Fi, USB 2.0 port Bluetooth 5.0, 7.1-channel 3D audio.
Vivo Nex A specs and features
Display: 6.59-inch FHD+ OLED Super AMOLEDChipset: Snapdragon 710 processorRAM:6GB RAMStorage: 128 GB of storage.
The device also sports the same cameras at the rear, however, there is no retractable front camera. Another major difference is the absence of the under-display fingerprint sensor. The device sports a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor instead.