If you think you’ve seen all the antics to take this whole all-screen display, think again. We did see the Vivo Nex S with a selfie camera slider so that there was no need for a notch or bezels. Then we saw the OPPO Find X, which upped the Nex S with a slider for both the selfie and the rear cameras. Now, Vivo Nex 2 is coming with two displays just like the ZTE Nubia X.
Yes, you heard that right. It seems Vivo has leaked some of its images and renders. Maybe a part of their promotion campaign. But nevertheless, it’s out there. And these rumors are actually turning out to be interesting. Here’s what they look like.
The Vivo Nex 2 features two screens: a main 6.59″ Super AMOLED display and a secondary 5.5″ display at the back. Well yes, this is not exactly new…Nubia actually did it first with the Nubia X. But the secondary screen on this one is a tad bit bigger than Nubia X’s 5.1″ screen. The secondary screen’s display quality will be a thing to be tested.
As for the cameras, there are three cameras in the rear, as there are none at the front. This was the whole point behind the dual screen. You take selfies with your regular cameras via the secondary screen. And the camera seems to be AI integrated, i.e. the AI combines pictures from those three cameras into one, just like the Huawei P20 Pro. And while this may mean better regular images, it means amazing selfies- because not only you’re taking selfies with the primary cameras, you’re also getting this AI thing in it!
Still in the camera department, there is a “Star-Ring” sort of thing on the back camera, which rotates (in software) to provide better adjustment of the 3D Beauty levels. How it works, we don’t know yet…but it will soon be clear.
The internals of the Vivo Nex 2 aren’t exactly crystal. But rumors suggest it’ll have the Snapdragon 845 with up to 10 GB of RAM. That’s actually more power than anyone can use – but with two screens and such, it might be necessary. Also, the phone will have an In-display fingerprint sensor and probably will sport a Liquid Cooling System too.
What do you think of this phone? State-of-the-art? Or too flashy for taste? Whatever it is, seems like phones are going places.