For a while now the brand I live It is attracting the attention of much of the market. His climax came from the presentation of the cell phone with a sliding front camera. But it seems that its renewal, the NEX 2, is cooking between the hands.
Put another way, in the Geekbench passed a device identified as Vivo V1821A. Rumors did not take long to support what is the aforementioned. And this is reinforced by saying that the model number corresponds to a previous filtering since the 3C certification.
Live NEX 2 … other two mobile screens
The image above these lines corresponds to the capture of our host. There it can be observed that Vivo NEX 2 will mount a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. That is, the dominant SoC for Android devices for this 2018, since for the next year we already have the Snapdragon 855.
It will take 10 GB of RAM and Android 9 Foot factory. In other words, we will have software updated.
And precisely in terms of power, in the results of the test they glimpse 2,220 points for the section Single Core and 8,467 for the Multi-core.
In addition, if we take as reference previous rumors, this Vivo NEX 2 would have a main screen of 6.5 inches. And why do I say "main screen"? Because This will be the front. That is, there will be another display 5.5-Inch Secondary Back.
In that back area too there will be an illuminated RBG lunar ring for notifications. Besides that, we will have a triple main camera, which includes a 3D ToF depth sensor (Flight timeor Flight Time).
Regardless of, the front sliding camera, that is, the main feature of the first generation of Vivo NEX, will disappear in its successor. The idea is to use the secondary screen to reflect and take advantage of the triple main camera capture better selfies. A piece similar to Nubia X.
In relation to its internal storage, we are likely to have 128 or 256 GB of ROM; or both.
Finally, it remains to be said that Vivo confirmed an event of its launching for December 12 of this year. In a few days we will know all the secrets of this cell phone.
Source: Nashville Chatter