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Vivo’s Nex Dual Display smartphone has two screens and a lunar ring

11 December 2018 3

Vivo is pushing the boundaries of technology to its limits. Vivo has announced its new game-changing phone, the Nex Dual Display Edition. The name itself suggests its unique selling point, a dual-display! The company isn’t new to making groundbreaking technological improvements. Vivo was at the forefront when it came to an in-display fingerprint reader and as well as removing the notch while still offering a truly bezel-less display with its selfie pop-up camera. However, its Nex Dual Display smartphone could be the next best thing!


The Vivo Nex has two OLED screens with the screen at the back being the smaller of two. The front screen is 6.4-inches with a resolution of 2340x1080 pixels while the screen on the back is 5.5-inches with a 1080p display resolution. The smartphone has a Lunar Ring on the back panel which encompasses the 12MP primary camera and 2MP secondary module. The Lunar Ring isn’t just for show, it helps brighten pictures captured in low-light conditions. It also glows when notifications are received. The Dual display definitely has its benefits. The back screen can be used as a touchpad for gaming and also enables users to have a full-screen experience without having to sacrifice on looks!


The smartphone will be equipped with a Snapdragon 845 SoC. Paired with this is 10GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Juicing the phone is a 3,500mAh battery with 10V fast charging support through USB Type-C. Believe it or not but the manufacturer has decided to retain the headphone jack on the Vivo Nex Dual Display smartphone. The smartphone is scheduled to go on sale in China on December 29th at a price tag of Yuan 4,9998 (approximately $725).


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Vivo’s Nex Dual Display smartphone has two screens and a lunar ring
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DevRahul

How does the phone work with two screens and how about the safety? The back screen won't get damaged when we put it flat on a surface, right?

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