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Vivo NEX Is Impressive And Could Be The Most Expensive Smartphone Of 2018


Still under development, the next top handset from the Chinese manufacturer Vivo has been called Vivo APEX Concept Phone. The gadget, however, takes big steps towards becoming a serial device under the name of Vivo NEX.

Also, Vivo NEX will be among the most expensive phones of 2018.

At present, many attractive smartphones come from China and come with an original design combined with top specifications.

Vivo made waves recently when it launched the Vivo X21. The device was the first smartphone ever to be able to hide a fingerprint sensor under the screen.

In this summer, the Chinese producer has again set out to make waves with a device that will include some exciting premieres.

Vivo NEX is due to be officially launched on June 12

Its biggest assets will be a spectacular screen-to-body ratio and the lack of a notch.

Also, it will not even include a visible front camera, instead, the frontside capture sensor will be hidden somewhere in the top of the phone and will only go out when you need it.

The bottom half of the screen will work as an invisible fingerprint sensor.

Vivo NEX could be among the most expensive smartphones of 2018

If the promotional adboard which emerged in a shopping center in China turns out to be true, the upcoming Vivo NEX will cost a lot.

Built around a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, the handset could be sold at $1,100.

According to rumors, there will be a more affordable version of the gadget, which will be sold at $780 and will be powered by Snapdragon 710 and will boast a lower screen-to-body ratio with a visible front camera.

On top of that, Vivo has already started the marketing campaign for Vivo NEX, in China, describing the upcoming gadget as “loaded with revolutionary technologies.”

If the price of $1100 will be true, Vivo NEX could be the most expensive Chinese phone ever made except for those plated or made of precious metals.