Vivo introduced its new flagship phone dual display edition

Vivo introduced its new flagship phone dual display edition

China (Monitoring Desk) Chinese company Vioo has introduced its new flagship phonex dual display edition and can be estimated by name it is with 2 shows. Front introduced as well as backup on the phone introduced in China. While keeping the circle like a moon on the back taking the cell phone, Jagmagata. The front of this phone is given a 6.39-inch display that looks like a basil equipped because it does not contain front cam. Now pop-up cell phone cam has been removed but also the phone

The second screen will be required to use the screen for a cell phone or a cell phone and thus the need for a switch or a desel for the front camera has been eliminated. Its backbone has a screen with a 16: 9 razor, which has a bass highlight and two display LEDs are equipped with panels. And yes, in this phone, the company has also featured a fingerprint sensor inside the display. There is no camera on its front, so set up a backup consist of 3 cameras, out of which 12 megapixel primary camera is with optical image stability, 2 megapixel camera night vision while the third TOF FIRE stereo camera Is.

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The lower part of the circle like this on the back of the moon is inside the display so that consumers can use video calls as well as doing any work that can be done by front cam. This phone has been released as a compromise sniper dragon 845 processor, 10 GB and 128 GB storage. 3500 MAH Battery and US Typing C port is available for fast charging. This phone will be presented in China for sale in China on December 29, more than 5,000 Chinese yuan (more than one million rupees), no other announcement has been made for reference to other countries. Vioo originally introduced the first bass lace smartphone nose, in which impressors were given features like 91.24% screen tooth resize, pop-up cameras and fingerprint scanners installed in display.

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