“Vivo could also be seeking to make its dual-display kind issue extra widespread by presenting the identical in a relatively inexpensive gadget.”
Chinese language smartphone producer Vivo has been experimenting with methods to eliminate the notch on shows, whereas maximising the entrance display space. Its exhaustive efforts led to the formation of the Vivo NEX Twin Show smartphone, or the Vivo NEX 2, which incorporates a secondary OLED show on the again. Having the second show signifies that in terms of taking selfies, the secondary show will swap on and act like a mirror of types. This expertise is novel, and as of now, restricted to the costly echelons of flagship-grade pricing.
The most recent TENAA itemizing has hinted on the impending launch of a mid-range dual-display Vivo NEX smartphone. The detailed itemizing reveals all purported specs, the place the gadget’s dimensions look like 8.09mm in thickness and 200g in weight. The first show will get a 6.39-inch AMOLED panel, with full HD+ display decision and 19.5:9 side ratio, whereas the secondary show on the rear will get a 5.49-inch OLED panel, with full HD display decision and 16:9 typical side ratio. As a substitute of the Snapdragon 845 SoC powered the NEX Twin Show smartphone, there’s a 2.2GHz octa-core processor powering this newly licensed telephone in query, with speculations suggesting that it could be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC.
Different listed options embody a 3.5mm audio port, a three-camera setup on the rear with 12MP + 13MP + 2MP association, 8GB of RAM, 128GB storage, 3,425mAh battery pack, Android 9.zero Pie, and assist for quick charging and in-display fingerprint recognition. This makes it a really well-equipped smartphone when it comes to specs, aside from the downgraded SoC, which in sensible utilization, might turn into adequate for many informal customers.
The listed telephones are dubbed Vivo V1820A and V1820T when it comes to codenames, and are completely different from the Vivo NEX Twin Show’s unique codenames. In consequence, speculations stand agency that these will certainly be new variants of Vivo’s dual-display telephone, and since they’ve now appeared on TENAA, the mid-range variants could also be launched in early 2019.