Are you curious to see how pop-up selfie camera works on Vivo NEX?

Human beings are curious creatures and that is a true fact. If you feel otherwise I can give you an example. Around two weeks ago, Vivo makes its pop-out selfie camera official in China. In order to part away with the no notch, the brand introduced a new placement for the selfie camera, which usually takes the top bezel place.

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Naturally, it has people wondering – How does the pop-out mechanism work? Thanks to the curious people at MyFixGuide, we now know how it works and looks. And sweet Christmas – it looks cool. It probably is the coolest internal mechanism on a phone right now. In search of finding one of the better ways to eliminate the top bezel, Vivo had to come up with a solution. And this is what they came up with.

Exploring more of this pop-out mechanism, it is learned that Vivo has rated its NEX for 50,000 actuations (shutter count), which is almost half of a standard DSLR actuations. In theory that is quite a good number to consider for reference. Now the question comes – how strong this mechanism is? Well, Vivo claims that it can withstand up to 45 kg without breaking. That sounds impressive!

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But of course, the most important question is – if it’s dropped while taking a selfie. What would be the damage to selfie camera? Whether it will withstand or not is the real question. Well, if somebody is curious enough to do a test on their Vivo NEX. Then, we could learn that as well. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Vishal is the Swiss-knife at Mr. Phone, he takes pride at his behind the camera skills of shooting poor portraits. He’s a creative thinker who comes up with the weirdest ideas. You can find him posting on Instagram or tweeting his thoughts on south Indian music and cinema.