Vivo Apex 2019 Concept Phone With 5G, 'Super Unibody' Design Revealed, Likely to Be Displayed at MWC


Vivo has unveiled its Apex 2019 idea phone in the wake of teasing it for some time, and it accompanies no ports, no physical buttons, and well, no selfie camera. The Vivo Apex 2019 is probably going to be on display at MWC 2019, and keeping in mind that this phone is only an idea, something similar or inspired by might be launched later in the year, similar to what the company did with Vivo Apex. The Vivo Apex 2019 sports an all-display plan without a notch or a punch-hole and packs a dual camera set up at the back and connecting pins at the rear end for charging and transferring of information. The present Vivo Apex 2019 introduction pursues the Meizu Zero declaration, which also has no physical buttons or ports. There is no word on the availability of Meizu Zero also.

Just like the case with an idea phone, there is no discharge date, and there may never be. The pricing, clearly likewise doesn't come to play here, and the company has just recorded a couple of specifications for the client to get a general sense of what Vivo needs to accomplish with this handset. The greatest focus is the extreme structure the Vivo Apex 2019 sports, and it hopes to set the pattern for the year ahead.

The Vivo Apex 2019 doesn't have any physical buttons at all and depends on weight and signals for snappy activities - similar to the Meizu Zero that was unveiled yesterday. Vivo is calling this technology Touch Sense and it's a mix of capacitive touch and weight sensing. There's additionally an in-screen fingerprint sensor, which the company claims covers nearly the whole display. 'A bigger sensor likewise empowers more highlights to support security for using applications. At the point when clients wake their gadget from an inactive screen and push on the corresponding application symbol to filter their finger, they can unlock and gain guide access to the application with the goal that the experience is faster and more effective than previously,' the company explains.

As referenced, there are likewise not single ports or the headphone jack to be found, however, it sports attractive pins at the back called MagPort that will support charging and information exchange. It accompanies thin bezels on all sides of the display with a slight chin at the bottom and highlights a 'Super Unibody' curved glass structure. It additionally transforms its display into a speaker by using Body SoundCasting technology, transforming the whole Apex 2019 display into a speaker by means of the screen vibration function, avoiding the requirement for a speaker flame broil.

At the back, we can likewise observe the dual camera setup stacked vertically, specifications of which have not been determined. As a reference, there's no indication of the selfie camera also and it can't be found in the photographs too. Regardless of whether there is a pop-up selfie camera covered up there is as yet a riddle, something that may be revealed at MWC one month from now. The company teased an upgraded elevating selfie camera as of late.

Vivo Apex 2019 specifications

The Vivo Apex 2019 accompanies 5G support and integrates Qualcomm's Snapdragon X50 5G modem, the Snapdragon 855 SoC, 256GB of storage, and 12GB RAM. It brings support for Jovi AI Assistant and numerous other smart functions also. To prepare for the new 5G module, the Vivo Apex 2019 utilizations another Duplex PCB Design, which has increased the available space by 20 percent to minimize the general stacking space.

"With the objective of improved ease of use and straightforwardness at the center, Apex 2019 offers shoppers a look into the eventual fate of smartphone plan and advancement. The Super Unibody structure and Full-Display Fingerprint Scanning technology, among a few another leap forward highlights, make Apex 2019 a really outstanding smartphone that exhibits Vivo's continuous exploration and quest for excellent innovation for buyers," said Spark Ni, Senior Vice President of Vivo, in an announcement.

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