The Vivo NEX features a 6.59-inch fullHD+ Super AMOLED display, along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Nex A on the other hand, comes with Snapdragon 710 SoC, 6GB RAM, 128GB inbuilt storage, and uses a rear fingerprint sensor instead of the in-display one. This technology hides the fingerprint sensor underneath the display while still delivering fingerprint access on the front of the phone. The Chinese company says that the screen tech offers improved audio experience through screen.
The NEX is the third phone since the X20UD and X21 to use the under-display fingerprint sensor. The smartphone is also equipped with zero-sensing heat dissipation system.The company's partnership with dtsX has allowed it include support for 7.1 channel 3D audio on the Vivo NEX smartphone. The 8-megapixel selfie camera slides out from the top of the phone - it sounds clunky, but I've tried it out on the Apex and it was quite usable, protruding and retracting in under a second. The Vivo NEX has a full-screen display, but it still has a slight chin on the bottom. Vivo NEX also features its own AI-powered smart assistant called Jovi.
As far as we can tell, the only serious issue with both Nex handsets is availability. For one, the 8MP f/2.0 front camera is placed onto an elevating mechanism that pops up when needed; sounds reverbates through the screen itself thanks to Vivo's so-called Screen SoundCasting Technology, which is most probably utilizing a piezoelectric technology at its core, similarly to what Xiaomi did with the first Mi Mix but later backtracked. The Vivo Nex takes things up a notch and features a spec sheet that is worthy of its futuristic features. Vivo has also added a 4000mAh battery. Like so many other groundbreaking Chinese phones, the Nex line will only be available in China (for now, anyway) later this month and nearly certainly won't make it to our shores, as Vivo doesn't import its wares to the U.S. There's a dedicated button on the side of the camera that triggers Jovi on the long-press action. And even if there were, it'd be terribly annoying to have to bring the camera up to scan your face. Through voice commands, Jovi can be used for launching apps and it is capable of image recognition, translation, scanning, shopping, encyclopedia and map reading.
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The concept phone Vivo announced MWC 2018 had a 98% screen-to-body ratio, and the Nex is a big step for forward to achieving that goal on a phone you can actually buy. Also, the handset is optimized to perform better while playing games built with Unreal Engine. The NEX S with 128 GB storage is priced at 4498 yuan ($702 / Rs. 47,375 approx.), 256GB version will cost 4998 yuan ($780 / Rs. 52,640 approx.) and NEX A will cost 3898 yuan (US$ 608 / Rs. 41,055 approx.).
The OEM said that the device will go up for pre-order tomorrow on June 13 and will be available in offline stores on June 23.