Vivo NEX with Pop-out selfie camera and in-display fingerprint sensor launched in India

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Vivo has officially launched its most ambitious project in India, after the X21, the Vivo NEX is released in India today. While the handset went with NEX S and NEX A names due to dual variant availability in China, it is quite different in India. There would be only one model made available in India and it would be called just NEX.

The new Vivo handset is priced at Rs 44, 990 and it would be exclusively available on Amazon India’s website as well as Vivo online store. There are some amazing offers running on Amazon store. There is an exchange offer of up to Rs 5,000, No Cost EMI for up to 12 months, data offer from Reliance Jio, one-time screen replacement, assured buyback, cashback for HDFC credit and debit card users.

Highlights of Vivo NEX

The new Vivo phone in India could be coined as the most innovative phone of 2018. The primary reason why it is an innovative phone? It has found a solution to introduce a bezel-less screen. And that too in the most unique and challenging way. By removing the front camera sensor from the top bezel. The Vivo NEX instead utilizes a mechanical pull-up/down system to hide the selfie camera in plain sight. Which is on the corner top edge!

Talking about the Vivo NEX specifications, it packs a large 6.59-inches full-HD+ display with 2316 x 1080 pixel resolution. With an aspect ratio of 19.3:9, it indeed is a truly bezel-less phone. Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. As far as the camera department is concerned, it packs a dual-rear setup – 12MP + 5MP, and an 8MP pop-up selfie camera.

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