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Next Vivo phones expected to launch with Vivo NEX-like features

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These days, people would casually whip out their smartphones to take a picture whenever they see something interesting, hoping to capture that picture-perfect shot worthy of an Instagram or Facebook post.

While most modern phones come with camera hardware and software capable of producing high-quality images that could rival those shot on a dedicated professional camera, one global manufacturer has elevated the standard of mobile photography, thanks to its state-of-the-art camera technology.

Last year, Vivo unveiled the ambitious and bold NEX flagship phone, which grabbed headlines with several innovations, including an elevating selfie camera and a notch-free Ultra FullView Display with a fingerprint scanner embedded underneath the display glass.

The front-facing camera’s sophisticated micro-stepping motor and precision control algorithm ensures smooth operation when users enter and exit selfie mode in the camera app.

SEE ALSO: Vivo V15 Pro with pop-up selfie camera now official

Meanwhile, the 6.39-inch Ultra FullView Display of the Vivo NEX allows for the ultimate viewing experience by shrinking the bezels down as much as possible to maximize the available screen real estate. This creates the ideal setting for watching movies and TV shows or playing games.

With the Vivo NEX serving as the blueprint for the company’s upcoming line of midrange phones, we can only expect great things from the next Vivo smartphone announcement in the Philippines. Like the NEX before them, the Vivo V15 and V15 Pro will launch with motorized pop-up cameras and full-screen designs without a notch.

Both phones are expected to launch in the Philippines soon, so do check back with us regularly for updates.

Coming up… soon: Vivo V15 and V15 Pro

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