Vivo NEX with pop-out selfie camera and no notch display to launch in India on July 19

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While we knew that Vivo NEX is coming to India more than a week ago, we didn’t know the exact date. Vivo has now sent us a press invite stating the company is going to announce its most ambitious smartphone, the NEX for its Indian audience on July 19. 

The company first introduced its NEX handsets in China two weeks back. At this stage, it is unknown whether India would be receiving two models or only one. But one thing is sure, we are pretty pumped up for its announcement in India.

Why should you care about Vivo NEX?

If you have not been closely following the smartphone scene in India. Then, you must know that Vivo brings a whole new level of bezel-less smartphone experience. Parting ways from the iPhone X-esque like display notch, it has found a way to introduce a true bezel-less screen. And that answer comes in the form of a pop-out selfie camera.

Many would be worried about the reliability of this pop-out mechanism. If it’s any consolation, we recently learned about how the inside mechanism works. And you’d be thrilled to see it like us. With a claimed 50,000 actuations (shutter count), which is a good number as per industry report. Saying that we are still skeptic about the situation when it accidentally falls during a pop-out session.

As far as the specifications are concerned, we suggest you visit our product page for a full set of specifications. There are two variants of the device – NEX and NEX S. One comes with a Snapdragon 845 processor and other with Snapdragon 710 processor. What do you think about the Vivo NEX price in India? Will Vivo price it aggressively? Let us know in the comments section below.

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