Vivo Nex Hands-on: More Than Meets The Eye

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The Vivo Nex delivers a full-screen display (well, almost) and an under-glass fingerprint scanner along with top-tier specs to make you drool. There’s only one problem…

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35 thoughts on “Vivo Nex Hands-on: More Than Meets The Eye

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  2. I have never ever drained of a bezel-less phone Why do all the tech reviewers except for Marques Brownlee want a bezel Less phone? I had rather have bezels and front-facing speakers a bigger battery and a headphone jack. It is good to see a phone with a no notch though. All they are doing saying their phones our state-of-the- art just to sale more phones and accessories.

  3. This is awesome. But I think the concept phone Apex was better built and had a better UD fingerprint. But I guess Vivo cut down some costs which is also good for the customers. If it was priced around 900$ no one would have said anything. Because this is revolution. Kudos to vivo for the competitive price.👏👏👏

  4. At some point of time every phone in the market is just gonna have full screen in the front.. I’m just wondering if that happens how will one differentiate ??🤔🤔🤔

  5. Anyone knows what happens to the front proximity sensor? I can't seem to find an article/video that talks about it. Oh and if this is how the displays of smartphones will look like in the future, I think most companies will have similar looking smartphones, as >90% of the front is the display.

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