Tech News Vivo Nex 2 official Renders Out, Dual Screen & Pop up Selfie Camera Spotted! By Binayak Chatterjee Posted on December 7, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Just after a week, on December 11, Vivo Nex 2 is going to be officially unveiled. They have officially revealed some renders of this upcoming premium flagship phone today. Though we confirmed the rumor of having dual screen display a few days before, today’s renders have cleared the fume of confusion fully and gave a thumb on our prediction! From the official renders, we are sure about a few features that are going to be parts of this mobile. First of all. be sure that Vivo Nex 2 will come into the market with two color variants- Blue and Red. On the front and rear panel both, it features displays. This new feature is dubbed as “dual display” in the market. The front display is slightly bigger than the rear one. The front one is 6.6 inches while the rear one is just 5.5 inches. In-display, fingerprint scanner will be on the front panel only. Just like the previous release of Vivo Nex series which was the first smartphone of this series, this one also doesn’t have any selfies camera. It features a popup selfie camera instead. Well, another technical prediction is going on after the release of the renders. Some technical experts are expecting that it will not feature any selfie camera. The secondary screen will act as a viewfinder while the rear cameras will do the job for taking a selfie. By this, the quality of the images become better and smoother as all the tasks will be done by it. A thin bezel will be there around the display on the front panel, on the back bezel size gets bigger to make room for camera hump. On the front panel, it delivers awesome screen to body ratio! A lunar ring glows around the bezel when you receive any notification. On the right edge, it features a volume rocker and power button while on the other side it has another button, we have no idea what it’s for. On the top edge it has a 3.5 mm audio jack and at the bottom, it has speakers and room for USB C port.