We know that the Vivo NEX is one of the best bezel-less phones in 2018 and the features of the phone is impressive. With pop up camera, Vivo find a different solution to create a perfect full-view display phone and goodbye to much-copied “notch”, from our design Vivo NEX was successful in attracting people, but it still needs to be upgradation in the design for 2nd gen Vivo NEX 2. According to the rumors, the company has started working on its next flagship smartphone.
Recently, some netizens leak the news on Weibo that Vivo will release another high-end Smartphone in December, which is expected to be Vivo NEX 2, and will adopt a dual-screen design similar to Nubia X, and Vivo NEX 2 will also abandon the pop-up camera design. Because selfie camera will be switched to the rear triple camera lens, and the self-timer function may be realized by the screen of the back cover, thereby achieving the effect of almost 100% full screen on the front side.
Although the detailed specifications of Vivo NEX 2 are not known at present, if Vivo will add the Under-screen fingerprint in this new Smartphone, both screens should use the AMOLED screen. As for the front and back screens, the screen will be supported the next fingerprint is very worth looking forward to.
In terms of configuration, although the successor of Vivo NEX 2 is likely to powered by Snapdragon 845 processor. It is rumored that Qualcomm will release the new Snapdragon 8150 processor in December, so maybe Vivo NEX 2 will carry this SoC. For the RAM, OPPO Find X has already released a 10GB RAM version. I believe that Vivo will also use 10GB of RAM in this new flagship.
Of course, the authenticity of the above news has yet to be confirmed. After all, it is only a rumor on Weibo, but recently Vivo’s new model V1820 has obtained the radio transmission model standard, so it is likely that Vivo will launch a new high-end in December.
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