Vivo is not strange to launching new technologies for their phones—recall that they were the first to launch an in-display fingerprint sensor—now they have taken it a step further by launching a concept phone called Apex which uses half of the screen as an in-display fingerprint scanner.
The phone itself comes with a 6-inch screen with a near bezel-less display.
The frame around the face is so slim, about 1.8mm, that there is no room for the front-facing camera. To solve this dilemma, Vivo has introduced a front-facing camera that literally pops up from the phone’s edge
Asides from having a camera that pops, Vivo has also included a vibrating audio that vibrates to create sounds for your videos, calls, and gaming. This is somewhat similar to the sound techniques used in the Xiaomi Mi Mix, but Vivo calls its version SoundCasting
The company only revealed a couple of specs which can be seen below:
- A 6-inch screen
- 2,160×1,080 resolution
- 8-megapixel front-facing camera
- In-screen fingerprint reader
- Dual rear camera
- Hi-Fi audio chip.
What do you think of Vivo’s latest concept phone? Is it something you’d love to buy?
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