Vivo unveils Apex 2019 with full-screen fingerprint sensor (Twitter)
Vivo has officially announced its concept smartphone the APEX 2019 with full display fingerprint scanning technology during a press conference in Beijing. The handset is completely packed from all sides with no opening, even the USB port is substituted with a magnetic connector at the back which is named as MagPort, with which one can charge the smartphone and even transfer data.
The smartphone is expected to come with 5G compatibility and is powered by a Snapdragon chipset. It may come with a huge 12 GB RAM along with two storage options of 256GB and 512GB.
Spark Ni, Senior Vice President, Vivo said, "With the goal of enhanced usability and simplicity at the core, APEX 2019 offers consumers a glimpse into the future of smartphone design and development. The Super Unibody design and Full-Display Fingerprint Scanning technology, among several other breakthrough features, make APEX 2019 a truly exceptional smartphone that demonstrates Vivo's continuous exploration and the pursuit of exceptional innovation for consumers’’.
Even the physical buttons on the concept handset is replaced by ‘Touch Sense’ technology.
Earlier, smartphones used to sport a single sensor under the display which scanned user’s fingerprint on touch while in this new upcoming handset, Vivo has given multiple sensors under the screen which will help the user to unlock the phone by touching any part of the screen.
Talking about it sound, Vivo Apex will not come with any speaker grille or earpiece, the display has been turned into a speaker through Body SoundCasting technology.
Vivo will be introducing the Apex 2019 at the Mobile World Congress in February where the company will reveal its amazing new technology.
Last month, Chinese smartphone maker Vivo had launched its latest handset Vivo Nex dual display edition in China. Vivo Nex Dual Screen sports dual AMOLED panels and three rear cameras. Key specifications of the smartphone include its 10GB of RAM and 22.5W fast charging technology. For full-screen appearance, Vivo has removed cameras from the front