The atmosphere around the latest Vivo smartphone is starting to thicken – the APEX 2019 will have a revolutionary look and a streamlined design with no buttons. We know what its screen can look like.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo is not afraid to innovate to take mobile industry to the next level – this was the case with the revolutionary Vivo NEX, which got rid of the self webcam from the top edge of the screen and placed it in a neat, extendable mechanism.
The idea didn’t fully “grasp” the idea, but its popularity doesn’t necessarily have to go hand in hand with functionality – this kind of camera can be a great solution for people who usually rarely take pictures with the front camera. For those who are not afraid of similar innovations, Vivo has prepared something special.
We heard about the new smartphone manufacturer only a few days ago, when it appeared in the information provided by the well-known leakster OnLeaks. The creators do not want to wait, so they quickly revealed the exact date of its presentation. It will take place on January 24th and it promises to be something we haven’t seen yet.
It’s all about the shape of the case, which is to be devoid of buttons and connectors – it’s an unusual decision, but more and more rumours seem to confirm it. The display of the smartphone will be rounded on all sides and together with the thin frames on the sides will create a uniform shape.
Initiates compare it to a drop of liquid metal, which indicates that it is streamlined and has a kind of noble workmanship. Will it turn out to be equally interesting in practice? I am convinced of that, but once again Vivo puts a big bet on the scales.
A smartphone can only become an incomprehensible invention at a time when minimalist slots and typical phone designs rule. Nevertheless, Vivo plans to create a conceptual device that will stand out and, perhaps, gain considerable potential in the future.
The next, revealed graphics depicts the screen of a smartphone, a rectangular touchscreen matrix with very thin frames on each side (also at the bottom) and without any indentation in any form.
The manufacturer will equip the display with a fingerprint scanner, but we should not be particularly surprised – this technology has been used by Vivo for many months, by the way it was introduced to the market as one of the first companies.
We don’t yet know the exact specifications of the models, the cameras used and the fate of the front lens, so it’s difficult to determine its attractiveness, but it’s already easy to deduce that a smartphone won’t necessarily appeal to everyone.
Recalling for the second time the release date, it will take place on 24 January, and the availability of Vivo APEX 2019 or APEX 2 will be severely limited in Poland.