Vivo is one of the most innovative manufacturers in the world of smartphones, launching in a short time several smartphones that have revolutionized its design. After Vivo Nex has established the trend of the pop-up cameras, it seems that the manufacturer is preparing to launch a new trend.
We finally started receiving information about Vivo Nex 2, which seems to be a worthy successor to the original Nex and also the Nex Dual-Screen. This new top of the range will abandon the automatic mechanisms of the camera pop-up, and also will not have any kind of notch or punch hole. Instead, it will feature a new removable rear camera.
But how will this new camera work?
Thanks to the published images, we get a good idea of how this technology of the rear camera of Vivo Nex 2 will work.
From what we can see, it will work very simply. The photographic module with three sensors arrives in a detachable format, which is kept safe with the use of a magnet. In this way, when the camera module is removed, the camera application is activated automatically.
Once again, this module can be ‘glued’ to any section of the front panel, to take brutal selfies with the triple chamber.
A new technology that brings great concerns!
There is no doubt that this is an extremely interesting idea, but it also brings many concerns. It is easy to think of the great likelihood of simply losing the photographic module, especially if they also release accessories to maximize the uses of this camera.
However, there is always the possibility for Vivo to integrate some safety measures to avoid these accidents. Another possible problem that is impossible to circumvent, the simple fact of being detachable, will exponentially increase the risk of falling.
Unfortunately, so far this is just the information that has come out on Vivo Nex 2. In that case, you expect to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, at least 8GB of RAM and a 48-megapixel (Sony IMX586) main sensor.