ByGoraud Mazanec 2019-07-19 398
Recently, a foreign media published a rendering of vivo NEX 2. From the rendering, you can see that the phone has a curved screen design, the fuselage has no side frame or keys, and the chin at the bottom of the device is extremely narrow. Since the vivo NEX uses a pop-up front-facing camera, the same design is expected on NEX 2. Nearly 100% full screen design + no physical key design, will this be the standard for the next generation of full screen design?
According to foreign media sources, Samsung earlier cancelled a project called Full-Display 2.0.
The project team has previously been working on a full-screen phone without any buttons, holes or cuts, which is coincidentally what vivo is pursuing. Combined with the design of Meizu ZERO, which was stillborn because of the failure of fund-raising, it also seems to show that a new generation of comprehensive screen design is about to be seen.
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