The Vivo model that we have all been waiting for is Lastly Below. Just that it wasn’t released as Vivo NEX 2 as expected but rather it is dubbed Vivo Nex Dual Panel Edition. It’s not hard to know why it bears that name. The product ships with 2 reveals, one at the back and one on the front however this is very much different to the type you’ll discover on the likes of Yotaphone, Meizu Pro 7 etc. An additional spectacular feature on the Nex Dual Display edition is the 3D TOF stereo camera it sports.
Vivo NEX Dual Panel Edition Specs, Design and style & Options
The Vivo NEX Dual Panel Edition is fairly much alternative from the first-gen Vivo NEX as there isn’t a pop-up scanner this period about. We can’t be Therefore sure however that could be an indication that the manufacturer might have given up on that design style. It is also possible that we may perhaps look at an additional model in the initial half of 2019 with the pop-up camera design.
Talking of the specs, the Vivo NEX Dual Display edition is rich in features. It sports a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED frameless display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and more tall 19.5:9 aspect ratio. Vivo says the display arrives with 91.63% display ratio. The rear display is equally a quality Super AMOLED rather of a grayscale display. The size is also pretty impressive- 5.49 inches with the traditional FHD resolution of 1920x1080pixels with the standard 16:9 aspect ratio. As expected of a flagship device, the Vivo NEX Dual is powered by a Sd 845 chipset and will be available in 10GB of RAM coupled with 128GB of non-expandable memory.
Now, to the headline-making triple digital camera setup, it could interest you to note that the NEX Dual doesn’t have a front-facing digital camera. Therefore, that explains why Vivo may ditch the pop-up design and style. On the other hand, there are 3 scanner sensors at the back. For configuration, the main camera is a 12MP one with OIS and f/1.79 aperture lens while the secondary sensor has a 2MP camera with f/1.8 what is perhaps a depth sensor. The third camera is a 3D TOF (time of flight) and will be deployed primarily for advanced face unlock. In addition, the 3D TOF camera offers some advanced options such as personalized beautification, 3D modelling of the user’s face, etc. There is a flash at the extreme left of the sensors even though the two main sensors are circled by a star light ring. The ring light illuminates during gameplay, when the sensor timer is ticking and a couple of other occasions. The scanner option is also optimised for AI display recognition, Frame and Face Shaping. Apart in the Face Unlock, there is moreover an in-display fingerprint scanner. For software, the Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition ships with Android 9.0 Pie transformed with Funtouch OS 4.5. It Furthermore ships with Vivo’s JOVI voice assistant. The device gets its juice in a 3500mAh battery with support for 10V/2.25A fast charging.
Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition Cost & In the world
The top quality smartphone comes clutching a pricey 4,998 yuan ($723) and is now up for pre-order in China via Jingdong (JD.com), Suning, Tmall etc. It is available in Star Purple and Ice Field Blue colors. The smartphone will go on sale on December 29. There is no word still on its global launch itinerary but we be expecting few information on that to pop up soon.